Cambodian cooking by Sovan Boun Thuy

Sovan Boun Thuy has always loved feeding people.
Cooking is a self-taught talent that Thuy, 66, has perfected at the three restaurants she started after arriving in Long Beach, Calif., from Thailand in 1975 with little money and five children. Thuy's youngest child, Laura Chum, 30, and Chum's husband, Edison Beltran, now help her run the Restaurant Row location, while her second son manages her first restaurant in San Jose. All of Thuy's now-six children have worked at her eateries.

Thuy evacuated her then-five children, ranging in age from 1 1/2 to 11 years old, to Long Beach, Calif., in 1975 after the communist Khmer Rouge and Pol Pot took over Thailand, where she had been living with her husband for five years. A member of the Cambodian army, he was killed when he returned to Cambodia that year for work.

 

Book Details
Title: Cambodian cooking: Authentic recipes
Author: Sovan Boun Thuy
Publisher: s.n. (1992)
Length: 76 pages
Language: English

 

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