Many of younger ages often find the days of grand-people and even ‘when-daddy’s-a-boy’ a fun and worth hearing of what happened on those days. Dated back to the days of rock & rolls, things were different.
“2499” in Thailand (1956 or during the 60s) was known for its traditional matters whether clothes and hairs, music and movies to foods.
Imagine when your parents were walking along the roads of 2499’s Bangkok, they would be seeing these street food and snacks. Something might have been changed in terms of fashion. Many things still exist in a bit modified forms and styles.
MThai English has brought some of food and snacks hard to see these days, since they are 2499’s snacks and food remind us when daddy’s a boy.
#1 Leaf-Wrapped Bite (Miang kham) เมี่ยงคำ
#2 Grilled Chicken with curry paste and coconut milk (Gai Kati) ไก่กะทิ
#3 Wheels shape snack (Kanom Gong) ขนมกง
#4 Cooked glutenous rice flour snack (Kanom Goh) ขนมโก๋
#5 Star gooseberry in syrup (Mayom chueam) มะยมเชื่อม
#7 Heart shaped candy (Om-yim) อมยิ้ม
#8 Bamboo rice (Khao Larm) ข้าวหลาม
#9 Thai crispy pancake (Kanom bueang) ขนมเบื้อง
#10 Tapioca pork (Sa-Ku Sai Muu) สาคูไส้หมู
#11 Garlic Chive Dumplings (Kanom Gui Chai) กุยช่าย
#12 Roti or Chapati (Ro-Ti) โรตี
The year 2499 (Buddhist year, or year 1956) is known for a criminal background, which appeared in a movie, Dang Bireley’s and Young Gangsters (Sawng See Gao Gao Antapan Krong Muang – 2499 อันธพาลครองเมือง), a crime drama film in 1997 about young Thai gangsters in 1950s Thailand. It was featured in John Woo-style heroic bloodshed. It was a debuted film of Nonzee Nimibutr, Director and was the first screenplay of Wisit Sasanatieng, a director and screenplay writer. – wikipedia
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