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    Meat & Fire

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 27/12/2019

    » Chef Mateo Roberson from Texas is of mixed Latin-American heritage and is the new head chef at Carne, a meat-focused restaurant. His style of cooking explores a South American take on Western fare, with an emphasis on using various fiery methods to prepare his dishes. He embraces the idea of using Thai locally sourced ingredients, from start to finish. Guru sat down with Roberson to learn more about him.

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    Holey goodness!

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 24/01/2020

    » Do yourself a favour and toss out those low-quality, mass-produced doughnuts, which are oftentimes fried in old oil and consist of chemicals to prolong their shelf life. At the numerous artisanal doughnut shops that have popped up across the city, you can get high-quality, homemade-style doughnuts. Though each shop is unique, they have one thing in common; they all produce their doughnuts in a non-mechanised way. Dough'nt take our word for it, try them yourself!

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    At their sweetest

    B Magazine, Published on 05/01/2020

    » It is fortunate for mankind that many different types of bananas exist. Bananas are nutritious and can be eaten as sweet snacks or cooked as savoury dishes. This article touches on some of the well-known varieties grown in Thailand, their qualities, and their applications.

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    Top 25 Singles of 2019 (Part II)

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 29/12/2019

    » As tradition dictates, we rummaged through some 200 singles we'd reviewed over the past 12 months and narrowed it down to 25. Here's what we learned in 2019: Thai fusion is still very much a go-to for most up-and-coming bands including Southern Boys and Suthep Entertainment, who both look to their roots for inspiration. This year also had its fair share of blazingly political moments, thanks to Solange, Lana Del Rey and our own rap troupe Rap Against Dictatorship. One final note, even though this list is split into two parts spreading across this and next week, these tracks are not ranked and their order is completely arbitrary in nature.

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    Bizarre foods

    Guru, Published on 13/12/2019

    » Remember the nose-to-tail restaurant trend that took over the dining scene a few years ago? Newsflash, it ain't new. There have been restaurants all over the world, including Thailand, where nose-to-tail dishes have been the stars of the show for decades! Food enthusiast Luke Farrell and I embarked on a food journey to take you to places you may have or have not been, and may not even have heard of!

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    This woman's work

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 24/11/2019

    » "A woman's work/ A woman's prerogative/ A woman's time to embrace/ She must put herself first," the opening verse of Mary Magdalene from FKA twigs' latest full-length album is sung from the perspective of a fallen woman whose fate runs parallel to that of the titular figure. Following her much publicised break-up with actor Robert Pattinson as well as some serious health issues, the English artist finds common ground with the Biblical character.

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    Into the wilderness

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 22/11/2019

    » It always feels like summertime in Bangkok, the exception being the few days when the temperature drops. When that happens, many Bangkokians grab the opportunity and swiftly head up north for winter camping Thai-style. This time, ditch the ordinary tents and get cozy with some lavish camping instead. We've got a few spots to choose from:

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    The kids aren't alright

    Life, Bernard Trink, Published on 08/11/2019

    » Crime is not limited by gender or age. Men, women and children can all end up behind bars for committing criminal acts. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. Many jurists advocate that laws be reconsidered periodically to determine whether they are still applicable. Some turn into the Blue Laws of yore, still on the books but no longer enforced. Others get overturned.

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    The millennial approach to conservation

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 01/11/2019

    » Wildchain, a blockchain-based mobile game, is designed to raise awareness about wildlife conservation programmes and will be released in March 2020. Guru chats with the game designer Pochara "Tern" Taweesuk and Wildchain Director Florian Rehm to learn more about this millennial approach to conservation.

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    Preservation celebration

    B Magazine, Published on 27/10/2019

    » In the past, when people caught or bought so much fish or meat that they weren't able to eat it all, they had various techniques to preserve it so it could be stored for long periods of time. They did not let any meat spoil because it involved so much hard work and so many resources to acquire it. And of course, in those days, refrigeration was not an option.

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