We’re just a few days short of D-Day here in Bangkok.
By that I mean the vegetarian festival which is just like one long ass-awful Monday (the worst day in Bangkok for street food).
I’ve taken a brake from scrolling Air Asia looking to make last minute escape plans in order to bring you a bit of a sausage fest from food-venturing in Silom ahead of the impending tofu flood coming our way.
There’s tons of food-craving foot traffic in markets and the better your meat looks, the more likely someone will decide to take it home.
BUT first things first, WRAP IT UP.
These waffle dogs are the most bizarre on the list and I wish there was chicken on the inside instead of a lame Thai hotdog (also needs some syrup).
The rest of the photos are common in the markets and were all spotted at Wat Kaeg market in Silom across from the Hindu temple.
This type of graphic exhibitionism happens at street food stalls, especially those that are particularly close to markets.
Lastly, a pile of five spiced duck corpses and an epic plate worth of Thai-Chinese seafood sausages.
Honestly, I will need something to look at when I get depressed and hermit myself in my own home, overcome with grief because of the lack of pork on the streets.