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Good Food and Cocktails at Villanelle (NYC)

by Tina @ The Wandering Eater

Villanelle refers to a 16th-century Neapolitan style of melodic poetry consisting of 19 lines. The space has a subdued, earthy look with pine beams running along the bar area, and white brick walls and gray banquettes in the dining room. We stopped by one frigid evening to have dinner and started off with cocktails that run the spectrum from creative takes on classics like the Paul Revere – a nod to the period and it’s a fantastic, smoked version of the Old Fashioned. The Merciless Beauty, as we were informed by the wait staff, a take on the martini. While..

Christmas food

Christmas food


LearnEnglish Kids | British Council

What do you eat at Christmas? What's your favourite Christmas food? Is there any Christmas food that you don't like?

Sydney Summer 2017 – Special Menu

by Emma Nguyen @ I Love Pho

Enjoy an Authentic Vietnamese Fresh & Tasty & Healthy Cuisine.  

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Taotao Christmas Party

by Nicholas Bernardi @ UTU Masters

I know Christmas holydays are over, but It’s good to remember the good old days. That’s why the topic of this post is the Christmas party organized by Taotao, the student organization of CEAS, just before the Christmas break. It was the 11th of December...

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Traditional Vietnamese Flavors In A Modern American Setting

by phonatic @ Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine

For diners looking to avoid greasy hamburgers and dishes drowned in butter, there may be an option you haven’t considered: Vietnamese food. Read Full Article

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Before the Baguette

by Julia Solervicens @ HOTTABLE

An insight into Vietnamese food culture before its famed French influences

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Kitchen Staff

by admin_orn @ Home | The Orange Lantern Restaurant | Vietnamese Food & Cuisine

Kitchen Staff

Orange Lantern Chef

We offer successful applicants a rewarding journey and remuneration package:

  • Attractive Basic Salary
  • CPF Contribution by Employer
  • On-the-Job Training
  • In-house Training Provided
  • Staff Meals
  • Medical Benefits
  • Work Close to Home
  • Flexible Working Hours

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How to Make Vietnamese Spring Rolls (Gỏi Cuốn)

by Thien-Kim Lam @ I'm Not the Nanny

You asked for a tutorial on how to make Vietnamese spring rolls. Here it is with step-by-step photos.

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The Strangest Foods of Indochina

by bplant @ bananatree

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Vietnam 101: How do the Vietnamese celebrate Christmas? (and travelling tips if you're in Vietnam during Xmas) - Rice 'n Flour

Vietnam 101: How do the Vietnamese celebrate Christmas? (and travelling tips if you're in Vietnam during Xmas) - Rice 'n Flour


Rice 'n Flour

How do the Vietnamese celebrate Christmas and what-to-do, where-to-go... if you visit Vietnam in this holiday season? some observations and many tips 4 U

Failsafe Indochinese Nibbles for Your Christmas Party

by bplant @ bananatree

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Floor Staff

by admin_orn @ Home | The Orange Lantern Restaurant | Vietnamese Food & Cuisine

Floor Staff

Orange Lantern Waiter

We offer successful applicants a rewarding journey and remuneration package:

  • Attractive Basic Salary
  • CPF Contribution by Employer
  • On-the-Job Training
  • In-house Training Provided
  • Staff Meals
  • Medical Benefits
  • Work Close to Home
  • Flexible Working Hours

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My Immigrant Family’s Obsession with Paul Bocuse’s Soup with Truffles Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

“If you want to impress jaded Vietnamese guests, make French food,” my mom frequently told me while I was growing up. That’s among the reasons she made puff pastry when we came to the United States. It was as if she had been waiting all her life to knead excess moisture out of butter to...

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Southeast Asian meets Southwest Austin

by phonatic @ Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine

In 2010 Pat Lee noticed that Vietnamese food had not gone mainstream. He and his wife, Sara, were operating a franchise of a Houston-based Vietnamese restaurant at the time.  They...

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Laotian Larb: The Ultimate Comfort Food [Recipe]

by bplant @ bananatree

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Pho

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The Un-Pho-Gettable Origins of Vietnams Signature Dish

by Emma Nguyen @ I Love Pho

Every country has a special dish that they can be really proud, of something that reflects their cultural roots, for Japan it’s Sushi, USA has burgers or Chicken Waffles, Australia has Lamingtons, Meat Pies and for Vietnam that dish is Pho. What’s great about good food is that it can be universally satisfying regardless of...

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A Vietnamese Christmas Menu - I'm Not the Nanny

A Vietnamese Christmas Menu - I'm Not the Nanny


I'm Not the Nanny

Instead of our usually baked ham for Christmas dinner, I'm planning a Vietnamese Christmas menu: eggrolls, hotpot and who knows what else?

The Orange Lantern Restaurant | Vietnamese Food in Singapore

The Orange Lantern Restaurant | Vietnamese Food in Singapore


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Looking for Vietnamese food in Singapore? Try our Vietnamese delicacies now!

Christmas & New Year Holiday Notice

by Cafe Mama Pho @ Café Mama Pho

Dear Loyal Customers,
Christmas and New Year is just around the corner, we have some special opening hours that

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OTL Miami, A Great Cafe in Design District (Miami, FL)

by Tina @ The Wandering Eater

If there’s a coffeeshop/cafe that I wish there was a version of in NYC, that would be OTL. The large, bright, airy space that is minimialist and admittedly, very Instagrammable and the food and beverages are healthy-ish and satisfying. There’s wi-fi to work and it doesn’t get too loud when it gets busy here that you can do some work, if needed or have a casual breakfast or lunch meeting here. Also, it’s in the heart of a fabulous shopping neighborhood of Miami Design District, where there’s many designer boutiques (Fendi is next door to OTL, Prada is down the..

Post Holiday Eco-Solutions

by @ Green Home Library

When the holidays are over, you have an opportunity to utilize some post holiday Eco-solutions rather than add to the continual waste around you. These are ways to harness various resources from your holiday leftovers for the betterment of your community and the planet.

Scrape the Scraps

If you have a composting system setup, after holiday meal scraps are perfect to add. If you don’t, now is the best time to start one. Plus, if you use compostable products for your holiday event, this is yet another opportunity to drastically reduce your garbage footprint.

No compost, no problem. Pack up those leftovers and donate to a homeless shelter or make a soup out of the scraps and help feed the needy.

Scoop the Paper

Wrapping paper that can be salvaged, folded and stored will save you time, money and unnecessary waste when your next present needs to be wrapped.

Scoop up as much used wrapping paper as you can and toss it in a pile until you can go through it. Cut in squares and place in a box under your bed or in a back closet for a treasure trove of recycled-upcycled designs that would otherwise end up in a landfill. You can do the same with empty boxes and if storage is a problem, gently pull them apart and store flat with wrapping paper. When needed, simply glue, tape or staple corners back together and you have a free gift box ready to go.

Tree to Earth

If you celebrate the holiday with a real Christmas tree then it is your responsibility to put your tree back into the earth. With over 10 million Christmas trees ending up in landfills each year, recycling yours is essential. Sure, if a tree is in a landfill, just like many compostable products, it will eventually biodegrade. However, it is the release of methane gas from these and other biological landfill waste that has become a huge problem for global warming.

Recycled trees can be used for many things including landscaping mulch or stream bank stabilization. Some businesses that sell trees offer recycling incentives. You can also contact the National Christmas Tree Association or check your local listings for a Christmas tree recycling program near you.

E-Waste

With holiday gifts comes holiday waste and electronics are at the top of the list. The amount of e-waste that is produced has become a serious problem due to the degenerating toxicity from these devices.

Small Footprint Family reports that,

“Each year, 130 million cell phones are thrown out, weighing approximately 65,000 tons. Recycling your old phone prevents hazardous elements like mercury, cadmium and lead from ending up in our landfills.”

Before dumping your old cell phone, tablet, computer or other used electronic device look into energy efficient programs near you or afar able to recycle and re-use rare earth metals and other components. Some organizations will even send you a prepaid mailing envelope to ship your e-waste to their company while paying you for it at the same time.

Digital Thank You’s

Once all the dust settles, you may want to send out some thank you notes. Yes, it’s nice to receive a handwritten note in a mailed envelope however, practically speaking, it wastes paper.

There are hundreds of digital ‘thank you’ sites offering a variety of graphics and delivery options to make your digital thank you just as special as a handwritten one. Some even include picture uploads so you can send images of the baby and kids, pets, grandparents and more.

 

Post holiday Eco-solutions are easy and smart. All it takes is a little wherewithal to gather up the loose ends so your after holiday carbon footprint is significantly reduced.

Indochinese Dishes to Sneak into Your Christmas Dinner

by bplant @ bananatree

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The health benefits of Vietnamese food

by Emma Nguyen @ I Love Pho

Australia has exploded lately in a health and gourmet food craze. Fuelled by Tv shows like Masterchef, MKR and The Biggest Loser. Aussies are now learning to eat healthier foods and enjoy them.What most don’t know however is that there is already a succulent and healthy option for lunch and dinner in restaurants all over...

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Mama Pho & Deliveroo

by Cafe Mama Pho @ Café Mama Pho

Hey, guess what? We are now available on the Deliveroo platform!
Are you hungry for some Vietnamese food?
If so

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Skip the Pho, Order These Eight Vietnamese Dishes Instead

Skip the Pho, Order These Eight Vietnamese Dishes Instead


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I get asked all the time about where to find the best Vietnamese food in Houston. How do I pick just one place? As of the 2010 Census, Houston is home to over 35,000 Vietnamese Americans, making it the fourth largest Vietnamese community in the country. A quick Yelp search...

This week: pre-Christmas, Vietnamese food & Chocolate | The Wandering Eater

This week: pre-Christmas, Vietnamese food & Chocolate | The Wandering Eater


The Wandering Eater

[Translate] I have about a week and a half left ’til school’s over. I’m happy and unhappy about that statement. If you’re wondering why I’m happy, it’s a given, no more class work, papers, and tests; unhappy it’s because I can’t go out to eat that often and the fact that finals are coming closer…my unfortunate future. But what can I do really? Ever since Turkey Day (Thanksgiving) passed, almost every single freakin’ building in Manhattan has been decorated with Christmas lights, decorations, or even large displays of Christmas stuff out in the open. It’s impossible to forget that Christmas..

French Foodie Influences in Vietnam

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POPs, Those Toxic, Manmade Persistent Organic Pollutants

by @ Green Home Library

But This Time It’s Nature Doing the Dirty Work!

In the late 1970s, the U.S. government banned a group of manmade chemical compounds known as PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) thanks to scientific evidence that they caused harm to both people and animals.

This group of toxins, along with DDT, PCBs, and PBDEs, are all classified as POPs, or persistent organic pollutants – chemicals with such serious side effects that nations around the globe joined to ban them in 2004 in what is known as the Stockholm Convention.

Nature Makes POPs, Too

It was a magnificent effort, but one that Nature herself may be undermining. According to some scientists, certain bacteria, fungi, plants and waterborne organisms may now be making their own, counterfeit versions of PCBs, PBDEs, and other banned compounds.

Scientists don’t yet know whether their production is part of a natural process or some response to the chemicals we have already introduced into earth’s biosphere. The most burning question, however, may be why Nature is reproducing these POPs?

Take a group of chemicals called organohalogens, which are being found in seabird eggs along both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, according to researcher Sheryl Tittlemier of Carleton University.

These organic halogen compounds are structurally very similar to manmade DDT, halogenated dioxins, and brominated flame retardants. In nature, they are produced by marine organisms such as the acorn worm, for example, and production is verified by carbon-14 dating – a highly conclusive method for anything less than 50,000 years old.

The list of naturally produced POPs currently approaches 6,000, and challenges the perception that humans have produced more of these toxic compounds than Nature!

Natural POPs Making Their Way Up the Food Chain

Most scientists support the idea that these Nature-made POPs are as harmful to species as the ones chemical companies like Monsanto, Dow and 3M once made.

Several studies – one from the University of Missouri – have found trace amounts of POPs in pet food (and, of course, pets). The worst offender is BPA, or Bisphenol A, found in the lining of far too many pet food cans. The most troubling aspect of this problem is that at least two of the manufacturers lied about the presence of bisphenol A in their cans.

Traces of hydroxylated PBDEs have also been found in humans. The greatest risk is to people eating a marine diet, including fish; shellfish like oysters, crabs and lobster; whales and dolphins; seaweeds and microalgae; squid; sea cucumbers; jellyfish; and frogs.

Women in the Faroe Islands, who commonly ate whale blubber, had traces of these “natural” PCBs in their breast milk. Unfortunately, these naturally produced compounds can’t be banned as easily as manmade PCBs, so scientists are using analytical techniques like genome sampling to figure out which organisms are synthesizing the chemicals, how they do it, and why.

So far, the worst culprits appear to be marine sponges, whose bodies harbor 10 percent or more (by dry weight) of polybrominated compounds! Good reason, if you needed one, not to buy bath sponges.

But Why?

The immediate question is what risk do these “Nature-made” chemicals present. The biggest question is why would Nature manufacture toxic chemicals man has already banned?

The answer, suggest scientists, is the result of chemical warfare, this time by bacteria.

“Bacteria use chemicals to protect themselves from threats and to taste bad to predators,” notes Vinayak Agarwal of the Georgia Institute of Technology.

The same aptitude that makes bacteria able to engage in chemical warfare may also make them highly adept at breaking down similar manmade chemicals in the environment. Take, for example, a General Electric Superfund site along the Hudson River in New York, where some naturally occurring microbes have learned to break down PCBs released into the river for three decades.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if Nature could reverse our carelessness with chemicals? It might even make the extra body burden of persistent organic chemicals acceptable.

Or would it?

Vietnamese veg parcels

Vietnamese veg parcels


BBC Good Food

Fancy something a bit different? Try these healthy vegetable parcels, based on Vietnamese rolls

Pho Soc Trang

Pho Soc Trang


Pho Soc Trang Vietnamese Cuisine <br />​1530 Water St.Kelowna, BC 778.478.0541

Vietnamese Restaurant Kelowna Downtown

Vietnamese Hot Pot vs Christmas Dinner

Vietnamese Hot Pot vs Christmas Dinner


HOTTABLE

HOTTABLE’s critical analysis on whether or not you should swap out the old-timey Christmas dinner for the traditional Vietnamese Hot Pot.

Beef Meatballs (Vietnamese) - Pickled Plum Food And Drinks

Beef Meatballs (Vietnamese) - Pickled Plum Food And Drinks


Pickled Plum Food And Drinks

Easy, Savory Vietnamese Beef Meatballs with a Sweet and Spicy Hoisin Dipping Sauce. Serve with Rice, Cilantro and Tomatoes for a tasty and healthy lunch.

London Cheap Eats | Recommended Vietnamese | Banh Mi Bay

London Cheap Eats | Recommended Vietnamese | Banh Mi Bay


London Cheap Eats | Recommended Vietnamese | Banh Mi Bay

Highly popular, Banh Mi Bay is a family run, mini-chain of Vietnamese restaurants serving some of the best authentic Vietnamese food in Central London

Warm Asian Salmon Salad

by Caroline Phelps @ Pickled Plum Food And Drinks

I’m not afraid to say it – This is THE BEST Asian salmon salad I’ve ever had! There’s nothing boring about this wholesome, filling and refreshing meal. The flavors are perfectly balanced – sweet, salty, nutty, refreshing, amazing. I feel re-energized just thinking about it!  Warm Asian Salmon Salad As far as healthy salad recipes...

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by janvier @ Tasty Vietnamese | Tasty Vietnamese

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Three Pillars Bar Lounge – Cozy, Upscale and Great Drinks and Japanese Food (NYC)

by Tina @ The Wandering Eater

There’s lots of bars in New York City and its nightlife give you a wide range to choose from the bustling, hole-in-the-wall to the really nice, upscale lounges that may reside in hotels. A relative newcomer from the Suzuki Hospitality Group (the group that owns the 1* Michelin sushi and seasonal kaiseki restaurant called Suzuki and a sushi bar counter seating restaurant, Satsuki) has Three Pillars Bar. This upscale yet cozy lounge is found across the hall from Suzuki restaurant. When you enter through the doorway, you’d see the short foyer filled with crystals dropping from the ceiling making it..

Vietnamese salad rolls say "Christmas" for West chef Quang Dang

Vietnamese salad rolls say "Christmas" for West chef Quang Dang


Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly

When Quang Dang celebrated the holidays with the Vietnamese side of his family, one dish that was always part of Christmas Day dinner was salad rolls with steamed fish.

Vietnamese food | Auckland | Indochine Kitchen

Vietnamese food | Auckland | Indochine Kitchen


Vietnamese food | Auckland | Indochine Kitchen

Authentic Hanoi Vietnamese food. Indochine Kitchen is a Vietnamese bar and restaurant in Auckland's Britomart. Our food is fresh, delicious & healthy.

Vietnamese Food - What to Eat in Vietnam

Vietnamese Food - What to Eat in Vietnam


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In the past few years Vietnamese food has become more and more popular around the world. Food lovers may have tried the two best known Vietnamese dishes – spring rolls and bread rolls. Rice, noodles, fresh vegetable and herbs all play big roles in Vietnamese food, making it

A Ukrainian Expat and Her Family Serve Up Favourites From Home

by The Historienne @ HOTTABLE

The food and the space, featuring red tablecloths and retro Soviet-era posters, are masterminded by Nguyen Svitlana.

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Indochine Restaurant | A Far East Cafe | Thai-Vietnamese Cuisine

Indochine Restaurant | A Far East Cafe | Thai-Vietnamese Cuisine


Indochine Restaurant | A Far East Cafe | Thai-Vietnamese Cuisine

Indochine, authentic Thai dining in Wilmington, NC. Encore's Best Asian and Best Atmosphere for 15 years! Enjoy the exquisite dining room or outdoor garden.

Vietnamese Noodles with Beef and Mushrooms

Vietnamese Noodles with Beef and Mushrooms


Yay! For Food

This is great comfort food. It is fast and easy to make and quite filling. A go-to for a chilly day.

Unladylike Drinking in Vietnam

by Julia Solervicens @ HOTTABLE

We spoke with a group of five twenty-something-year-old Vietnamese women, of whom some drank and some didn’t, to get some more personal insights.

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Cafe Mama Pho - Vietnamese Food in Deptford, Surrey Quays - London

Cafe Mama Pho - Vietnamese Food in Deptford, Surrey Quays - London


Café Mama Pho

Authentic Vietnamese cuisine based in Surrey Quays SE London. Mama Pho is a family-run cafe specialising in Pho noodle soup. Pho Dac Biet voted best food...

Pho-ast Casual PhoNatic To Totally Chain Up Austin

by phonatic @ Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine

Local Vietnamese spot PhoNatic, the Allandale fast-casual brainchild of the family behind the sprawling Asian grocery superstore MT Supermarket on North Lamar, will expand to three locations in 2013, moving...

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Vietnamese chicken salad

Vietnamese chicken salad


BBC Good Food

A no-cook main course salad with all the light, fragrant flavours of Southeast Asia such as peanut, chilli, mint and soy

PhoNatic Real Vietnamese Food - Pho is phresh, phast & phun!

PhoNatic Real Vietnamese Food - Pho is phresh, phast & phun!


Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine

Pho is Phun! Build your own Pho or enjoy authentic recipes with quality ingredients, phast! We believe everyone should have options to burgers, chicken and tacos in clean environment.

Creamy Gruyere and Swiss Chard Pasta with Toasted Panko Breadcrumbs

Creamy Gruyere and Swiss Chard Pasta with Toasted Panko Breadcrumbs

by Marie | Yay! For Food @ Recipes - Yay! For Food

Comfort food alert! Check out this delicious savoury pasta dish featuring quick sautéed Swiss chard, homemade cheese sauce, and crunchy Panko breadcrumbs.

Christmas Greetings from I Love Pho

by Emma Nguyen @ I Love Pho

As one of the popular Vietnamese restaurant in Sydney that serve authentic Vietnamese cuisine, our goal is to bring the best Vietnamese food experiences to our customers. We are committed to proving you with an exceptional Vietnamese food that is fresh, healthy, authentic and GLUTEN FREE. 2016 has been a fantastic year and we look...

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This fast-casual Vietnamese eatery is the real deal

by phonatic @ Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine

When I first heard about this new fast-casual Vietnamese concept, I was skeptical, thinking the menu would be sanitized for mass consumption rather than remain “authentic.” But my preconceptions quickly...

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Comforting Bowls of Mixian – Weekend Lunch at Little Tong (NYC)

by Tina @ The Wandering Eater

The brutal cold winter in New York City makes many people yearn for a large steaming bowl of soup and noodles to warm themselves inside and out. While there are many options for that general food category, I was curious to eat at Little Tong with a few friends. Little Tong, run by chef Simone Tong, specializes on mixian rice noodles and overall this place is worth the hype. We started off with very tasty starters of ghost chicken and beef tartare. The ghost chicken was a delicately spicy poached chicken dish. The fried shallots added some crunch and savory..

Aussie Christmas vs Vietnamese Christmas..are they similar?

by Emma Nguyen @ I Love Pho

Have you always had Turkey, Ham and Buche de Noel for Christmas? This festive season, be brave to refresh your taste with our Vietnamese Christmas menu. It has all the Christmas menu’s components of: Quail & Chicken instead of Turkey, Crispy pork instead of Ham, and fresh Prawn salad with Green papaya to replace the fresh...

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A Very Vietnamese Christmas

A Very Vietnamese Christmas


Simon Stanley, Writer

Simon Stanley unwraps the tropical festive spirit, of a very Vietnamese Christmas. Photos by Vinh Dao. Despite being home to a relatively small Catholic community, with the majority of the remainde…

Christmas period in Turku

by Nicholas Bernardi @ UTU Masters

Hello everyone! Sadly, we are reaching the end of the Christmas period, and with it the end of our winter holydays is drawing closer. But let’s not think about it, as I want to talk about some beautiful events I witnessed in Turku to celebrate...

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YOUNG FINNS, CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR, AND FOODS - UTU Masters

YOUNG FINNS, CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR, AND FOODS - UTU Masters


UTU Masters

Christmas and New Year time seem to be the same to such an Asian guy like me mainly because… they just come when snow falls, making people really need to get together for warmth. But it is not the thing I as I thought! There...

Dinner at Char Sue (NYC)

by Tina @ The Wandering Eater

I’ve recently had a dinner with an old college friend of mine Char Sue since we haven’t seen each other for several months. Char Sue is the kind of place where you would want to hang out with a few friends and have a casual dinner. The Asian inspired food menu tends to be on the heavier side since it’s catering to the Lower East Side neighborhood where you’re primarily surrounded by bars and you would want to pad your stomach with something carby, fatty and preferably, delicious before you start imbibing. While we aren’t going for a night out..

Vietnamese Any Day – A New Book Coming Up!

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

You’re looking at the draft of my sixth cookbook! This week, I sent the manuscript to my editor, Kelly Snowden. Vietnamese Any Day is all about helping American cooks work Viet flavors into their regular rotation. Many people who are new to Vietnamese food do not know where to begin. They’ve been seduced by the...

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How to Find an Authentic Pho in Sydney

by Emma Nguyen @ I Love Pho

Today, you don’t have to pack your bags and travel all the way to Viet Nam just to satisfy your craving for pho. Vietnamese restaurants serving this mouth-watering dish can be found in different corners of the world, Australia included. However, over the last few years, restaurants have created their own versions of Pho. As...

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Aussie vs Vietnamese Christmas..are they similar? - I Love Pho

Aussie vs Vietnamese Christmas..are they similar? - I Love Pho


I Love Pho

Have you always had Turkey, Ham and Buche de Noel for Christmas? This festive season, be brave to refresh your taste with our Vietnamese Christmas menu. It has all the Christmas menu’s components of: Quail & Chicken instead of Turkey, Crispy pork instead of Ham, and fresh Prawn salad with Green papaya to replace the fresh...

Pho 83

Pho 83


Pho 83

Authentic and delicious Vietnamese food for dine-in or take-out!

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