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    Claws for thought: Crab lovers can make life easy

    Brunch, Kritini U-dompol, Published on 03/09/2017

    » It was all about love for crabs and exotic Thai food when Rojaleka Sornmanee started What A Crab Delivery two months ago. Her ultimate dish is aung pu (field crab yellow paste), which is a rare northern Thai recipe. “Aung pu is very hard to find. On my lucky day when I go to a fresh market in Chiang Mai, I might get a chance to buy it. It isn’t something you can find regularly. Field crabs are seasonal,” she said.


    Return of the renaissance man

    Brunch, Kritini U-dompol, Published on 11/10/2015

    » ‘Was that really me on the cover of my debut album Dan Civilize?” Thaneth Warakulnukroh laughed a little bashfully, trying to mimic the same pose for Brunch, but failing miserably. “It’s hard to do the same thing twice unless it’s spontaneous. Even so, it’s not exactly the same.”


    Calling the shots

    Brunch, Kritini U-dompol, Published on 20/09/2015

    » For Kittikorn U-dompol, becoming a freelance football commentator wasn’t about seeking freedom or escaping a boring day job. “It was more about one thing leading to another,” said the former football columnist, who had previously spent more than six years writing for Siam Sports Syndicate, two of which he travelled through Europe reporting on football and snooker.


    A master and his music

    Brunch, Kritini U-dompol, Published on 18/01/2015

    » Turn the radio on and the chances are you will hear one of Nitipong “Dee” Honark’s songs. For the past three decades, it has been his lyrics that have influenced Thai popular music.

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