Bangkok streetside vendor Loong starts the morning by preparing his cart for a long day of selling chicken noodle soup. (Text and photos of the at times gruesome process by Steven Pettifor)
For those who like a hot kick in their soup, Loong's wife, Pa, grinds dried chillies.
The next step for Loong is to slice the boiled chickens in time for the lunchtime rush of hungry workers.
Nothing goes to waste - every part of the chicken gets used to make Loong's special chicken noodle soup.
The soup vending cart is loaded up with colourful condiments while a cat hovers for any chicken scraps.
It is a hot slog trundling the soup cart from home to the market.
Condiments to go - chilli sauce, sugar, vinegar and coriander are bagged and ready for diners to customise their soup.
A couple of diners wait expectantly while Pa ladles their noodle soup into bowls at the streetside eatery.
While customers slurp their noodles, a gas tank heats up more broth.
After the lunch rush, chopsticks and bowls are soaked in a bucket of suds.
A massage and a beer at the end of the day help ease Loong's tired muscles before he and Pa push their cart home.
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