In “Frogs 4 Lunch” we follow Veasna as he teaches a group of foreigners how to cook frogs and stuffed coconuts. After Veasna sold his restaurant in Phnom Penh, Cambodia he decided to become a YouTube chef. His videos show in Khmer and English how to cook spiders and bugs as well as more typical Cambodian dishes such as Khmer fish in banana leaves.

“Spider tastes a little like peanuts,” says Veasna in an interview.

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OXLAEY and HKFP take a lighthearted look at Cambodian cooking – from a local market, to the kitchen, to the dinner table.

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Ryan Anderson is a filmmaker and storyteller. He leads OXLAEY, a not-for-profit preserving Asia's cultural heritage through multimedia. You can see more at oxlaey.com.