Thai solar chicken a hot hit

By Manager Online   
19 May 2017 10:44
Thai solar chicken a hot hit
This picture taken on May 4, 2017 shows Mali Pansari, the wife of food vendor Sila Sutharat, carrying a tray of cooked chicken past an advertising panel displaying the photo of her husband at their eatery in Petchaburi province, south of Bangkok. Roberto Schmidt/AFP
        This is when science meets cooking.
       
       Not many chefs don a welding mask before they enter the kitchen, but Sila Sutharat prefers to cook his chicken sunny side up.
       
       Two hours south of Bangkok this 60-year-old vendor has found an ingenious way to offer his customers something a little different by harnessing the power of the sun.
       
       Using a large wall of nearly 1,000 moveable mirrors -- a device he designed and built himself -- he focuses the sun's rays onto a row of marinated chickens, sizzling away under the intense heat.

Thai solar chicken a hot hit
This picture taken on May 4, 2017 shows food vendor Sila Sutharat looking at chicken being cooked by rays of sun reflected onto an oversized mirror panel on his property in Petchaburi province, south of Bangkok. Roberto Schmidt/AFP
       

Thai solar chicken a hot hit
This picture taken on May 4, 2017 shows Mali Pansari, the wife of food vendor Sila Sutharat, tending to their eatery where they sell chicken and pork cooked by solar rays in Petchaburi province, south of Bangkok. Roberto Schmidt/AFP
       

Thai solar chicken a hot hit
This picture taken on May 4, 2017 shows food vendor Sila Sutharat moving a cart loaded with chicken which is cooked by rays of sun reflected onto an oversized mirror panel on his property in Petchaburi province, south of Bangkok. Roberto Schmidt/AFP
       

Thai solar chicken a hot hit
This picture taken on May 4, 2017 shows Mali Pansari, the wife of food vendor Sila Sutharat, preparing garnishes as solar-cooked chicken is displayed on their counter at their eatery in Petchaburi province, south of Bangkok. Roberto Schmidt/AFP
       

Thai solar chicken a hot hit
This picture taken on May 4, 2017 shows Mali Pansari, the wife of food vendor Sila Sutharat, removing chicken from the grill after they were cooked with rays of the sun reflected on an over-sized mirror panel (background) on their property in Petchaburi province, south of Bangkok. Roberto Schmidt/AFP
       

Thai solar chicken a hot hit
This picture taken on May 4, 2017 shows Mali Pansari, the wife of food vendor Sila Sutharat, tending to customers in their eatery where they sell chicken and pork cooked by solar rays in Petchaburi province, south of Bangkok. Roberto Schmidt/AFP
       

Thai solar chicken a hot hit
This picture taken on May 4, 2017 shows food vendor Sila Sutharat moving a cart loaded with chicken which is cooked by rays of sun reflected onto an oversized mirror panel on his property in Petchaburi province, south of Bangkok. Roberto Schmidt/AFP
       

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