The first crew of students rolled in around ten thirty. They were the first. They made Kuy Teav, a Khmer noodle soup traditionally eaten for breakfast.
Chantha and Kim had prepped ahead. The bulk of the veg and meat had been made ready. She offered exemplars along the way. Here's how you do this. Here's how you do that. She started the stock from scratch and the students got to watch the whole thing.
Last I saw, they were on the back porch, stuffing their faces. Their faces bore smiles.
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