Say It Like You Eat It: Yao

“In the South [Thailand], when I was a kid, we never had a kitchen table; we just sit in the kitchen on the floor. The kitchen is everything, it gets people together. I love people; and I think I love people first and then I love food. If you love these people and you want to make them happy, feed them – 3 times a day, more than sex! You’re not going to cook for just your boyfriend because you have food more than you have sex with your boyfriend. If you’re going to be able to cook for people, you’re going to be able to love people. If you love your family, you cook for them. If you love your friend, you cook for them.”

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[Yao, Thailand, told on May 27 in Chiang Mai, Thailand]

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