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These imperfect rice grains were traditionally discarded after the milling process but have been elevated into a delicious signature street food dish by the ever-resourceful Saigonese What’s the dish? Com Tam, aka Broken Rice – it’s essentially broken grains of rice left over from the traditional drying and milling process. It… Read more »

Wishing you a brand new year full of joy, laughter and lots of fun. Happy New Year 2020! It’s New Year and the best time to renew your dictionary of life. Remove words like jealousy, hate, revenge, greed from your dictionary and put words like love, care, compassion, honesty… Read more »

1. Goat is cooked inside rice husk Goat meat after killing, cleaning and shaving hairs, maker put lemongrass leaves into the belly of that goat. Covering all of goat by rice husk, burn it until the goat’s skin becomes yellow. Goat is cooked inside rice husk usually be eaten when… Read more »

The first and most important thing is wonderful landscapes of Ninh Binh land have played an important role on the development of Viet Nam tourist industry to the world today. Not only do the marvelous sceneries make you dote on it, it also elicits a precious land with ancient historical… Read more »

Bánh xèo – also known as crispy Vietnamese pancake, crepe or sizzling cake – is a famous street food which is widely believed to originate from France during its occupation of Vietnam. The word xèo depicts the sizzling sound when pouring the rice batter into the hot skillet. This “Vietnamese… Read more »

Vietnamese Silken Tofu in Ginger Syrup Dessert (Tau Hu Nuoc Duong)   A Saigon street vendor who’s been perfecting tofu pudding for 30 years has an icing on the cake – tapioca pearls. There are many ways this Saigon street vendor stands out from the crowd. The dish she sells… Read more »

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