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Then when I decided to make a cookbook, I encountered another problem. I had to find a copywriter, but when I found one and showed her the illustrations and asked her to come up with the text, we realized that the English language of cooking is different than normal language, so we needed to find an editor who had experience with cookbooks. Before we go downstairs to eat I want to explain a few more things. To research the cookbook, I worked in the area of Langkasuka that is an old kingdom between Malaysia and Thailand.

The border was decided in by the British when area was divided. So for my project I had to cross the border to study with my Grandma, and then cross the border again to find [other] old people to teach me [other] recipes. Even at 2am, the airport is in full-swing with every type of cuisine and international fast food at your disposal, albeit at steep prices. Just to give you an idea, I had a slice of pizza, a bottled water and a double shot of espresso. I think the cost goes towards training employees because they spoke perfect English.

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