Take you to taste traditional Thai desserts, including Thong Yip, Foi Thong, Khanom Mor Kaeng Bean Curry, and Jackfruit Seeds in Prachin Buri Province, which has both regular and one-time customers. Crowded and bought like it was given away for free. It took only 1 hour and 12 trays of 12 types of snacks were all sold out.
Every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday from 7:00 a.m., there will be customers standing and waiting to buy desserts, traditional Thai desserts, Thong Yip, Foi Thong, Khanom Mor Kaeng Bean Curry, Jackfruit seeds, in total more than 10 items made by Mr. Thotsapon Sopha, who is a local politician. A member of the Si Maha Phot Subdistrict Municipality Council, Prachinburi Province, and his brother helped put them in a cart to sell at the Si Maha Phot Municipal Market. We arrived before we could park our car. Because all the customers, both regulars and visitors, come to buy them like they're giving them away for free. It only takes 1 hour and 12 trays of 12 types of snacks are gone.
Mr. Thotsapon said that he is the third generation selling after his mother. In the past, they would sell every day. But lately, my regular job as a member of the Si Maha Phot Subdistrict Municipality Council is quite busy, so I only sell on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. But if there is a lot of work during the week, they will sell only on Sundays. If we stop selling them at all, we are afraid that customers will not have delicious Thai desserts. Eating.
Source: Thai News Agency