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A fusion of tastes

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A plate of silk-worm noodles - a fusion of tastes - Photo: Thanh Hang As western visitors first hear the name of silk-worm noodles (banh tam bi) in English, they may be tempted to group it into the I-will-never-try list of local dishes, a [ … ]

 

“Banh gio” – Pyramidal rice dumpling

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Not everyone can eat "banh gio". Yet, it is very easy to get addicted to it. That is true!  This simple dish sold in country markets has become a favorite breakfast of many Hanoians. People can fin [ … ]

   

Bottoms up!

alt In Hanoi, you can find the simplest corner bar on Earth with tiny plastic stools on the sidewalk, small tables on the ground, laden with glasses of beer. Come to Vietnam to try Vietnamese beer [ … ]
   

Swift spit soup

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At one time, this delicacy killed. Rural peasants fell from great heights trying to retrieve the cliff nests of the Aerodramus fuciphagus aka “salagne” – a small bird that spins its nest out of gu [ … ]

   

Riled up over rice noodles

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Forget digital dictionaries or pocket guides when you travel in the Chinese countryside. Pauline D Loh shares some strangely named culinary experiences

   

“Bun goi da”

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“Bun goi da” is a special noodle soup which is one of the most appreciated by visitors to Soc Trang Province.

 

   

Com hen song Huong (Perfume River mussel cooked rice)

alt“Com hen Song Huong” is a dish served at room temperature, made with mussels and leftover rice. It is a complicated recipe that includes sweet, buttery, salty, sour, bitter and spicy flavors.
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Vietnamese Cuisine

alt Food and eating habit are one of criterions to value anation’s culture, life as well as living standard. To some people,value a dish isn’t simple to measure the nutritious level, to see thedecora [ … ]
   

Nuoc mia, or sugar-cane juice

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Sugar-cane juice is a type of drink commonly found in Vietnam as a refreshing drink during the hot Vietnamese climate.


   

Vietnamese food: Lively, lighthearted, lovely

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Last fall, I was in Hong Kong, Vietnam and Cambodia, but my heart belonged to Vietnam, especially its food. (Hong Kong’s food is pretty well represent [ … ]

   

Rang bua cake – specialty of Hung Yen

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A portion of rang bua cake - Photo: Thoa Nguyen

 

Tourists coming to Bat Trang Pottery Village should not miss the chance to enjoy rang bua cake, an indigenous specialty of Phuong Cong C [ … ]

   

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