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by kyledine @ Allergy Translation

We are thrilled to announce that we now have FREE Food Allergy Alert Cards available in English. These cards allow you to customize your own list of food allergies and include […]

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Jeong Kwan, the Philosopher Chef

Jeong Kwan, the Philosopher Chef

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Recently, I have read several articles about this nun after she is featured in “Chef’s Table”, but none of them can compare with great piece of Jeff Gordiner I read in 2015. I would like to share it with you today. Vietnam also has temple cuisine which I tried a lot, however I haven’t met […]

The Magic Pricing Formula

The Magic Pricing Formula

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Originally posted on The Bakery Business Perspective:
One of the most common business-related questions I see regarding starting a new bakery is how to price your products and services. If you can legally charge for food in your area with your current setup (for example, some states restrict home bakeries), the answer is a simple…

13 Things You Must Do in Vietnam – Vietnam Bucket List

by Tom Divers @ XO Tours Blog

From exploring the depths of a mysterious subterranean world to bargaining in a Mekong market, from sleeping under a bamboo roof in the mountains to scaling waterfalls in the Central Highlands, Vietnam is bursting with exciting things to do. In this XO blog post we outline the very best activities across the country – from…

A Comprehensive Guide to Vietnam Visas

by Scott Jones @ XO Tours Blog

*** Disclaimer: We believe all the information in this article was correct at the time it was published however, regulations in Vietnam change often so we urge travelers to not rely solely on the information in this blog post when planning their trip to Vietnam. We cannot be held responsible for any lost monies or travel time due to any…

What’s the Deal With All the Bo Bun in Paris?

What’s the Deal With All the Bo Bun in Paris?


Eater

Plus, four of the best versions to try

Ramen vs. Bun Cha

Ramen vs. Bun Cha

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Vietnamese article / Bài viết tiếng Việt I always feel guilty about my laziness in writing to share my food journey. Last week, I started thinking about an idea of showing food culture diversity in Hanoi, by a series of Non-Vietnamese dish/restaurant vs. Vietnamese dish/restaurant. I choose them randomly, without idea of comparing, however, two […]

Tide Pod Challenge, Movies, Super Bowl: 10 Hot Topics On Food Republic

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Film and television award season is upon us, which got us thinking about all the movies we saw in 2017. We also got excited for the documentaries and television coming in the near future. We’re also getting on some winter travel: New York wasn’t cold enough for us so we checked out some of the […]

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Pickled Herring with Potatoes – Cá Trích Muối xào Khoai Tây

Pickled Herring with Potatoes – Cá Trích Muối xào Khoai Tây

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Well, I was invited to dinner by a good friend, Shay – a chef, and fell in love with this dish, so I asked him the recipe. It is simple and tasty. Pickled herrings here are Vietnamese product, which Shay found in supermarket 🙂 Ingredients: 2 large potatoes 4 pickled herrings Salt Olive oil Onions […]

We Dig The Ludlow’s Guide To Eating In NYC’s Lower East Side

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

If there’s one thing New York City hotels all need, it’s a friendly, concise, expertly curated guide to the neighborhood’s best eats. Lower East Side mainstay The Ludlow is handing out these cool little maps to make sure you end up exactly where you want. Here’s the map’s legend — check out all these great […]

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How To Dine At Noma’s Last Available Reservation For As Little As $10

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

There’s just one last table available at Noma’s re-opening night on February 15! And it could be yours for as little as $10. Noma is partnering with Omaze to offer a trip for you and a guest to Copenhagen to dine at one of the world’s best restaurants. But it gets better! Return the next […]

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[Animation] Junk

[Animation] Junk

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

A tale of an obsession with junk food that may prove hard to swallow. Director and Writer: Kirk Hendry Star: Barry Clayton (voice)

Five links on Friday – 16 September 2016

by Phil Lees @ The Last Appetite

Is nothing sacred? A table at Noma played Pokemon Go for their entire meal. https://t.co/fsvcAipgsD pic.twitter.com/cf0qfBYgA8 — Food & Wine (@foodandwine) July 20, 2016 I’ve never really been tempted back into the food industry after doing the low-level hard work at its edges. Nick Paumgarten’s review of Damon Baehrel’s home restaurant tempts me. He’s cooking […]

Vietnamese Food Allergy Translation Card - bridge the language barrier

Vietnamese Food Allergy Translation Card - bridge the language barrier


Allergy Translation

Communicate your food allergies at restaurants in Vietnam with a Food Allergy Translation Card. $8.00. Print and pay in minutes. Don't travel without!

Roasting Agave & Eating Tacos: A Oaxacan Adventure With Mezcal Unión

by rmartin @ Food Republic

People talk about Oaxaca like it’s a mystical place. Like on your first night there you’ll experience some hint of magic and it’ll guide your journey and you’ll go home feeling not so much refreshed but changed. Maybe the world will be a little clearer. Maybe you’ll see in the Technicolor of the craft-made spirit […]

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Mad Society – Movember Night event

Mad Society – Movember Night event

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Bài viết tiếng Việt / Vietnamese post Mad Society is a new restaurant-lounge-bar place in West Lake, which I have heard long time before this visit. My curiosity has increased after missing an event of Twinnings tea here, and especially after trying gin drinks at Mad Botanist, its sister bar in Old Quarter. Luckily, a […]

banh mi | Definition of banh mi in English by Oxford Dictionaries

banh mi | Definition of banh mi in English by Oxford Dictionaries


Oxford Dictionaries | English

Definition of banh mi - (in Vietnamese cuisine) a sandwich consisting of a baguette (traditionally baked with both rice and wheat flour) filled with a var

24 Best Quotes Ever About Food

24 Best Quotes Ever About Food

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

A definitive graphic collection of the pithiest, smartest things ever said about cooking and eating. Original graphics by Chris Ritter for BuzzFeed. Source: buzzfeed.com Save

AllergyTravels.com – Share your Allergy Travel Tips!

by kyledine @ Allergy Translation

We are very excited to be a part of a brand new website that helps allergic travelers share their travel tips with each other. www.AllergyTravels.com is a hub of information […]

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National Popcorn Day, Free Dumplings, Cochon555: This Week In Food Events

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Happy National Popcorn Day! Find out which movie theater in Brooklyn is celebrating with a fancy bowl. Heading out to the Women’s March tomorrow? There’s a bar is hosting a charity happy hour! Looking to celebrate the Grammy’s return to New York City? Chef JJ Johnson knows exactly the place. All that and more in this […]

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Five links on Friday – 8 July 2016

by Phil Lees @ The Last Appetite

I think it's quite telling that the OFM now ask for 'best instagram feed', replacing 'best blog'. Longform is dead? https://t.co/ZZADSZQxHs — hollowlegs (@hollowlegs) June 15, 2016 Food blogging is dead (again), so it’s probably as good a time as any to give up the ghost and put on the flesh. My dream book idea […]

Pho Glossary and Terms - LovingPho.com

Pho Glossary and Terms - LovingPho.com


LovingPho.com

Glossary and definition of Vietnamese pho and pho related ingredients and terms, including definition of pho bo, pho ga, pho broth, pho garnishes, pho condiments.

PAIRING WINE WITH SEAFOOD by Nathan Outlaw

PAIRING WINE WITH SEAFOOD by Nathan Outlaw

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

I would like to share a piece from the newest book of chef Nathan Outlaw which my sister gave me as present this May. Hopefully you will find it interesting and helpful 🙂 ************************* Damon Little, Sommelier, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw There’s nothing better than discovering a sensational new wine – one that ticks all the […]

Cơm Bình Dân - A Typical Vietnamese Street Food Meal

Cơm Bình Dân - A Typical Vietnamese Street Food Meal


Migrationology - Food Travel Blog

Cơm Bình Dân is a Vietnamese street food meal of rice and pre-made side dishes. It's known as a workman's meal as it's cheap and filling.

Five Foods From Vietnam That Might Be a Little Hard to Swallow for Non-Vietnamese · Global Voices

Five Foods From Vietnam That Might Be a Little Hard to Swallow for Non-Vietnamese · Global Voices


Global Voices

Have you tried any of these? Fertilized duck egg, Vietnamese pizza with duck's blood, coconut larvae, country rat, and fried cicadas.

16 Vietnamese Restaurants Obsessed With Puns

16 Vietnamese Restaurants Obsessed With Puns


BuzzFeed

This trend in L.A. restaurant names is getting Hannoi-ing.

Website Relaunch – Monday Sept. 18

by kyledine @ Allergy Translation

AllergyTranslation.com will be undergoing an exciting redesign this September that will make it easier and faster than ever to grab an Allergy Translation Card before your next adventure. As such, […]

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From Banh Mi to Banh Xeo: An Abbreviated Vietnamese Food Guide

From Banh Mi to Banh Xeo: An Abbreviated Vietnamese Food Guide


POPSUGAR Food

Although I'm not Vietnamese, I grew up eating at plenty of the Vietnamese restaurants that surrounded my Houston neighborhood. But more than 20 years later, I

From Warsaw to Greenpoint, Polish Cuisine Blends Old and New

by Jackie Summers @ Edible Brooklyn

Twenty-seven years after the fall of communism, a generation of chefs is ready to show the world what Polish cuisine can be.

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10 Essential Vietnamese Noodle Soups to Know (Beyond Pho)

10 Essential Vietnamese Noodle Soups to Know (Beyond Pho)


SAVEUR

Think you know the best Vietnamese foods? We have the ultimate guide to Vietnamese noodle soups, from crowdpleasing pho to lesser-known bun bo Hue and cao lau.

Watch All of the Food Loves Tech 2017 Panel Discussions and Kitchen Demos

by The Editors @ Edible Brooklyn

Plus mark your calendars for 2018.

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Making Jams, Jellies and Sweet Preserves (1)

Making Jams, Jellies and Sweet Preserves (1)

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Autumn is coming and I feel it’s great season for making jam! 😀 The Thane Prince’s cookbook was recommended by a foodie friend to me last winter. This chapter is purely about making jams, jellies and sweet preserves, from choosing ingredients, equipment, cooking the jam, to potting, labeling and storing. 🙂 Making Jams, Jellies and […]

Welcome to the New AllergyTranslation.com!

by kyledine @ Allergy Translation

We are very excited to announce a new www.allergytranslation.com! The Allergy Translation site is now better equipped than ever to provide handy translation cards for travellers with food allergies. The […]

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How to stay safe and avoid scams in Vietnam – Part 2: South Vietnam

by Tom Divers @ XO Tours Blog

In this, the second part of our two-part series on avoiding common tourist scams in Vietnam, we focus on popular tourist destinations in the south of the country. Saigon, Nha Trang and Hoi An all have their fair share of scams and safety hazards that travelers should be aware of. (Read Part 1 of this series…

Food

Food


Nha Minh

Nha Minh Menu 2015

8 types of special sauces in Vietnam

8 types of special sauces in Vietnam


Tho Loves Food

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Vietnam has many kinds of sauces (mắm) which are made from different natural ingredients. Here are a few of the most popular:   1. Mam Tom (Shrimp Paste Sauce) Mam Tom…

The Balcony

The Balcony

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Vietnamese version of this post / Bài viết tiếng Việt Nope, sorry to let you know this post is not a poem, or about the favorite brunch destination on To Ngoc Van or the bar near Hoan Kiem lake 😉 It’s about my favorite cafe’s balcony in Hanoi 🙂 I’m picky in choosing a favorite […]

Vietnamese Food: The Ultimate Food Guide

Vietnamese Food: The Ultimate Food Guide


Travel + Leisure

“An com chua?”If you’re going to understand Vietnam and the Vietnamese, this three-word phrase is key. A friendly greeting exchanged throughout the day, it poses a seemingly mundane question: “Have...

Kibbitzing and Noshing at Schmaltzy, an Evening of Five Stories and Dishes

by Sarah Zorn @ Edible Brooklyn

"It’s kind of like The Moth, but with pastrami egg rolls," the Jewish Food Society says.

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How to stay safe and avoid scams in Vietnam – Part 1: North Vietnam

by Tom Divers @ XO Tours Blog

Generally, Vietnam is a very safe country in which to travel. Compared to most major tourist cities in the West – Paris, London, New York, Rome – the streets of Vietnam’s urban centers are much less threatening. However, in some of the more popular tourist destinations in Vietnam, there are a handful of tourist scams and…

Vietnamese First Foodie’s Favorite Meals

Vietnamese First Foodie’s Favorite Meals

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

As a frequent reader of VnExpress English version, I’m excited to see their Series of Vietnamese First Foodie’s Favorite Meals, because it’s about favorite Vietnamese author. Vu Bang is my idol in food writing, not only about his knowledge and perspective, but also his style. In my food book collection, his 3 books are little […]

Five links on Friday – 15 July 2016

by Phil Lees @ The Last Appetite

I thought food writing would get better but here we are. — Subtle Cheddar (@shitfoodblogger) May 23, 2016 Inside the underground economy propping up New York’s food carts Continuing my weekly coverage of food from the bogs, here’s how juice companies perpetuate the myth that cranberry juice prevents urinary tract infection. The history of food […]

Justin Timberlake Served (And Ate) Insects At His Album Launch

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

Pop singer Justin Timberlake is a woodsman now, everyone! If the album art for his latest release, Man of the Woods (out February 2nd), didn’t tip you off immediately, the menu for yesterday’s launch party in New York City should do the trick. The AP reports that partygoers enjoyed “ants coated in black garlic and […]

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New Cookbook ‘Bollywood Kitchen’ Pairs Indian Cuisine and Celluloid in Technicolor Pages

by Jasleena Grewal @ Edible Brooklyn

When people found out author Sri Rao had worked in Bollywood, they asked him for film recommendations and about Indian food simultaneously.

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Good morning, Vietnam

Good morning, Vietnam


the Guardian

Every morning, thousands of Hanoi citizens start the day with a steaming bowl of 'pho' - the street food at the heart of Vietnam's life and culinary renaissance after years of war and famine. Is this the best soup in the world?

10 Vietnamese foods you need to try | Travel Feature

10 Vietnamese foods you need to try | Travel Feature


Rough Guides

Vietnamese food is very distinct, and can be the highlight of a visit. These are 10 essential Vietnamese foods everyone should try.

Best Vietnamese food in Little Saigon: The top 25 dishes to eat

Best Vietnamese food in Little Saigon: The top 25 dishes to eat


Orange County Register

The scent of Little Saigon hits me in the face. An intoxicating perfume of jackfruit and bananas and the vanilla-y scent of pandanus leaves wraps itself around me in a warm, tight embrace. It’s a s…

Five Links on Friday – 21 October 2016

by Phil Lees @ The Last Appetite

Close up of @atticamelbourne's Smashed Avo on Toast. Photo by the incredible @colinpagephoto A photo posted by Ben Shewry (@benshewry) on Oct 18, 2016 at 5:23pm PDT There’s something in this article about how “dirty” food is for the rich and stupid that needs expanding on: how it builds cultural capital to eat trashy food […]

{Montreal} Smoked Meat at Snowdon Deli

{Montreal} Smoked Meat at Snowdon Deli

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Vietnamese post/Bài viết tiếng Việt Well, this post should be finished in March but because of my health, I cannot. Luckily, I can finish it before “the day” Snowdon Deli was the first restaurant I visited in the trip. Actually, I was afraid that I would be lost so nearby places were priority choice in […]

“Allergies? Yah yah okay no problem”

by kyledine @ Allergy Translation

When you are a tourist, you are suddenly in a position where others in the service industry want to assist you. This is wonderful – the point of vacation is […]

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3 reasons you should not book with XO Tours

by XO Tours @ XO Tours Blog

Although we are very proud of the acclaim our tours have received over the years, we realize that they are not suitable for everyone. These are the 3 main reasons we think some guests should not book our tours: If you are looking for a typical food tour – All the dishes and stops on the “Foodie” tour are carefully curated to…

Our Name Is Farm Promotes Sustainability and Food Access Through Digital Storytelling

by Caroline Choe @ Edible Brooklyn

“No community can be made by shutting people out. We’re here championing the message of inclusiveness.”

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12 Ways The World Eats Raw Beef

12 Ways The World Eats Raw Beef

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

A surprising number of food cultures feature a dish of seasoned raw beef that’s beautifully plated and served with the barest of accompaniments. From the familiar hand-chopped tartare and razor-thin carpaccio to the fiery hot, barely seared, cheddar-studded and scallion-bedazzled, there’s a preparation to strike every carnivore’s fancy. Feed your inner beast with one of […]

Where To Go in Hanoi if you want to try Vietnamese/Hanoi/Northern Food

Where To Go in Hanoi if you want to try Vietnamese/Hanoi/Northern Food

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Vui lòng kéo xuống dưới để xem Tiếng Việt Well, I made this list for a member in Facebook group asking about “Hanoian restaurants” or “refined Northern/Hanoi home cooking in restaurants”. Below is a list of restaurants I often take my foreign business partners or foodie mates from all around the world when they visit […]

Where to Eat Chinese Food on Christmas in Brooklyn

by Ariel Kanter @ Edible Brooklyn

Get a big group together and make a reservation at Mile End, Kings County Imperial or others now. (In other words, the more people at the table, the more you can order.)

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Listen To Food Republic Today: Phil Rosenthal

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Be sure to subscribe to Food Republic Today on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. And please rate the podcast and leave comments! Subscribe: Apple | Stitcher | Spotify | TuneIn The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed […]

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15+ Of The Funniest Menu Translation Fails Ever

15+ Of The Funniest Menu Translation Fails Ever


Bored Panda

Presentation is part of a dish's appeal, and the menu is part of the presentation. This makes the English translation of food descriptions important; if I see an item described as “human” chicken, I'm not going to order it no matter how delicious it is.

The Ultimate Hanoi Shopping Guide – What to buy and where to buy it

by Graham Stein @ XO Tours Blog

We wrote a very popular shopping article focused on Ho Chi Minh City 2 years ago, and have since had many requests for a similar piece for Hanoi. Shopping posts are difficult to do however, because there are so many unique things that you can buy in Vietnam that it’s impossible to include everything in a single article. We…

The Brazilian breakfast preferred by Olympic athletes is one you can make at home

The Brazilian breakfast preferred by Olympic athletes is one you can make at home

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Any curious food lover who has spent time in Rio de Janeiro likely returned home with a craving for açai: an Amazon fruit most commonly enjoyed as a smooth, deep indigo frozen beverage with an velveteen sheen. Now it seems Olympic athletes will too. US women’s soccer forward Alex Morgan, diver David Boudia, and Australian… via […]

Keep the Holidays Going With These Traditional Orthodox Christmas Dishes

by Karen Resta @ Edible Brooklyn

These are some of the traditional Greek and Egyptian foods used to celebrate the holiday—and where to find them.

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Child Prodigy Chef Flynn McGarry Documentary To Debut At Sundance

Child Prodigy Chef Flynn McGarry Documentary To Debut At Sundance

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Flynn McGarry has cooked at some of the country’s top restaurants like Alinea, Alma and Eleven Madison Park, created supper clubs and hosted numerous pop-ups in Los Angeles and New York City all before the age of 17. Now at 19 years old, McGarry’s back in the headlines, this time to star in the documentary Chef Flynn. […]

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Chopsticks Alley Publication

Chopsticks Alley Publication


Chopsticks Alley Publication

Chopsticks Alley seeks to unite and empower Vietnamese Americans with a special emphasis on emerging young leaders and cultural trends.

Don't Sound Like a Tool: How to Pronounce Common Vietnamese Dishes

Don't Sound Like a Tool: How to Pronounce Common Vietnamese Dishes


SF Weekly

Don't Sound Like a Tool is SFoodie's series of audio pronunciation guides to sort-of-common-but-not-obvious words we keep encountering on wine lists and menus. No more...

WIN a Year’s Supply of Allergy Translation Cards!

by kyledine @ Allergy Translation

Allergy Travels is an exciting new travel ratings site to help travellers with food allergies navigate the world more safely. We are excited to share this unique contest that features […]

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How 3 Brooklyn Restaurants Serve Up Fish for the Holidays

by Heather Chin @ Edible Brooklyn

We talked to Italian, Jewish and Vietnamese restaurants to get a look at how fish binds the borough.

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Foodies, “you make the world around you”

Foodies, “you make the world around you”

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

A post from Shahar Lubin, a good person I know in Hanoi 🙂 I agree with him so I would like to share this post to foodies or non-foodies around me. I’ve been thinking of how to put this into words right, but I’m sorry this might still come off slightly as a rant. Please […]

Must-try Che in Hanoi winter

Must-try Che in Hanoi winter

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

cWinter has finally arrived, though it is definitely unusual one this year. Beside favorite grill food, hot “che” – Vietnamese dessert soup or pudding – is always on my list of beloved winter food, and among che stalls in Hanoi, Che Ba Thin is usually in my priority, especially when my sweet thirst calls 😉 […]

Saltie Is Gone but Their Scuttlebutt Recipe Lives On

by Marian Bull @ Edible Brooklyn

Copies of Saltie's cookbook are already in the triple digits on Amazon. Thankfully Food52 published their beloved Scuttlebutt recipe in 2014.

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Move Over Pho! Bun Bo Hue Is The Vietnamese Soup You Need To Know About. - Food Republic

Move Over Pho! Bun Bo Hue Is The Vietnamese Soup You Need To Know About. - Food Republic


Food Republic

The central Vietnamese city of Hue, once the capital of Vietnam and still known as the Imperial City, has a distinctive cuisine full of diminutive rolls, savory pancakes, dumplings, skewers and other snacky bites. Standing in contrast is the mighty Bun Bo Hue, a soup that starts with pork and beef bones, gets a kick from lemongrass, annatto and shrimp paste, and finishes the job with a tangle of herbs, a squeeze of lime and a few delicious add-ons like sliced brisket, crab balls and, in some cases, cubes of congealed pig’s blood. We dove deep into the dish's history, and found a recipe from of all places, Brooklyn.

Survival Vietnamese: Ordering food

Survival Vietnamese: Ordering food


selinamusings

To continue my series of posts on Survival Vietnamese, I decided to dedicate a post to ordering food. Besides knowing numbers in Vietnamese, knowing how to order food and ask for the bill is pretty…

Saving your Card on your Computer – Step by Step

by kyledine @ Allergy Translation

AllergyTranslation.com will be undergoing an exciting redesign this summer that will make it easier and faster than ever to grab an Allergy Translation Card before your next adventure. As we […]

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Punch Up Your Steak With Homemade Korean Ssamjang

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

We know, we know. You were about to say, “Good steak doesn’t need sauce.” But you’d be missing out on an extra tasty, spicy, funky sauce if you didn’t marinate and dress your beef with homemade Korean ssamjang. Our friends at ChefSteps partnered with Portland, Oregon chef Gregory Gourdet on this recipe for sauced-up steak to […]

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A Taste of Cooking in the Mekong Delta

A Taste of Cooking in the Mekong Delta

by friedmansprout @ vietnamese food – The Friedman Sprout

by Eliot Martin I’ve found that really good Vietnamese food is unfortunately difficult to find in the U.S. For that matter, Vietnam as a whole seems to be misunderstood by many. While the best solution would be to spend some quality time in Vietnam—something I would recommend to anyone—you can whet your appetite without going […]

Vietnamese Herb Primer

Vietnamese Herb Primer


Viet World Kitchen

Vietnamese herbs are collectively known as rau thom, literally translated as fragrant leaves. "Rau" generically refers to leafy vegetables and "thom" means fragrant. Note that many of these herbs begin with the word "rau" to denote the full name. In daily conversation, however, it's okay to omit "rau" as people will still know what you're talking about! However, there are a few exceptions, such as rau ram, which you've got say both words for people to understand you. Eating and cooking Viet requires lots of fresh herbs. Some are easily recognizable, others will seem more exotic. Below are short discussion on the different kinds of herbs, how to use them and how to store them. Gardening and seed and plant sources are highlighted in the...

How Two Cooks Mix Cuisines at Thanksgiving to Make the Holiday Their Own

by Shanika Hillocks @ Edible Brooklyn

For many, today’s Thanksgiving table boasts versions of traditional dishes that originate in immigrant upbringings.

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[Online Shop] Kitchen La Fleur

[Online Shop] Kitchen La Fleur

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Bài viết Tiếng Việt / Vietnamese version Well, this post is dedicated for ordering food online from small local shops on Facebook as my friends encouraged me in sharing my list and recommendations. I hesitate in writing an English version as I don’t know whether it’s useful or not. Most of expats often order from […]

Origins of the Restaurant

Origins of the Restaurant

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

A long line of establishments preceded the development of the restaurant as we know it today, from ancient ‘thermopolia’, followed by medieval taverns and inns offering food and shelter to travellers. It was only in the 18th century, on the brink of the French Revolution, that modern restaurants came into being, becoming convivial places to […]

A Visual Guide to Eating Sushi in Japan

A Visual Guide to Eating Sushi in Japan

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

In Japan, sushi is more than a delicious meal—it’s a revered art form. If your definition of the delicacy is California rolls with soy sauce and “wasabi” (a.k.a. horseradish and food dye), take a look at this visual guide below, from Japanese hotel Swissotel Nankai in Osaka. The helpful infographic was created for guests unfamiliar […]

Off The Beaten Path in Vietnam

by Brinda Shah @ XO Tours Blog

Vietnam is seeing more and more visitors each year, with the actual number of tourists per year reaching well over 6 million.  Some areas in Vietnam, such as Halong Bay, Sapa, and Hoi An, are very beautiful but also packed with tourists year round.  Fortunately, if you want to get away from the crowds, you…

Parm Italian Restaurant at Barclays Knows Its Place

by Zachary Lazar @ Edible Brooklyn

The restaurant embraces a craving you might not have known you had, a desire for old-school red sauce Italian-American food.

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Where to Go in Williamsburg for Traditional Italian-American Food

by Heather Chin @ Edible Brooklyn

Get your red sauce, soppressata and cannoli fixes at these spots.

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Where Does Tho Get Cakes in Hanoi?

Where Does Tho Get Cakes in Hanoi?

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Part 2 of this post in Vietnamese can be found here. I will make English post asap. As I stated in my “About Me” page, I’m a hopeless sweet tooth. Although I often receive questions about cakes, I have not really made any “official” post about this lust. (Yes, it is Temptation, Lust). Recently, I […]

Eating Gluten Free and Other Food Restrictions in Vietnam | XO Tours Blog

Eating Gluten Free and Other Food Restrictions in Vietnam | XO Tours Blog


XO Tours Blog

How to eat gluten free in Vietnam, how to avoid dairy and peanuts in Vietnam, and how to eat vegetarian food in Vietnam,

Coming To Netflix: David Chang Gets Ugly Delicious

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

David Chang, the man behind Momofuku and subject of the first season of Food Republic parent company Zero Point Zero’s Mind of a Chef, is back on screens. Ready for his new show, Ugly Delicious? Premiering on February 23, the eight-episode series follows Chang as he travels, eats and hangs out with notable food personalities like Jessica Koslow, […]

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Art, Coffee and Vietnamese Food Coalesce in a Greenpoint Warehouse

Art, Coffee and Vietnamese Food Coalesce in a Greenpoint Warehouse


Edible Brooklyn

Nhà Minh is equal parts coffee shop, restaurant and gallery.

The Essential Gluten Free Guide to Vietnam

The Essential Gluten Free Guide to Vietnam


Legal Nomads

A gluten free guide to Vietnam, which includes foods that are safe, foods to avoid, & a detailed translation card in Vietnamese written by a celiac.

Minimize Risks and Mistakes

by xrstudio @ Allergy Translation

Having a card that displays one’s allergies should be a tool that every

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In the Hanukkah Kitchen with Brooklyn’s Syrian-Jewish Community

by Brianna Plaza @ Edible Brooklyn

Food traditions are a link to the past, and for New York’s Syrian-Jewish families, it’s a reflection on their long journey to Brooklyn.

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Vietnamese soup (pho)

Vietnamese soup (pho)


Food

Pho (pronounced "fahr") is a light, fragrant soup eaten for breakfast and all through the day. It is one of the Vietnamese’s most loved dishes. Pho is comfort food for chef Luke Nguyen, who demonstrates how to make pho in Hanoi. You might also like this vegan-friendly version.

Here, Eat This: A Beginner's Guide to Vietnamese Cuisine

Here, Eat This: A Beginner's Guide to Vietnamese Cuisine


Houston Press

It was only a matter of time before we hit Vietnamese food. The cuisine has become one of Houston's favorite over the last few decades -- coinciding with the large influx of Vietnamese immigrants that began following the Vietnam War -- with dishes such as pho now rivaling cheese enchiladas...

Banh Chung in Vietnamese Lunar New Year

Banh Chung in Vietnamese Lunar New Year

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

The legend of “Banh Chung” Chung cake was invented by the 18th Prince of Hung Emperor in the contest of looking for new Emperor. According to the legend, 3,000-4,000 years ago, Prince Lang Lieu, made round and square cakes, the round Day cake symbolizing the sky and the square Chung cake symbolizing the Earth (under […]

Finally, A Home Biogas Converter That Won’t Break The Bank

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

When it comes to gas for heating your home and cooking, you’re pretty much tied to the utility company. HomeBiogas is a new home biogas converter and digester Kickstarted by 677 backers who pledged nearly half a million dollars to bring the idea of a waste-reducing independent fuel supply into fruition. What’s more, perks included donations to areas in need of steady […]

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Weekend Runaway : Hello Hai Phong!

Weekend Runaway : Hello Hai Phong!

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Hai Phong is the third largest city of Vietnam and a major port city in northeastern of the country. It is also known as The City of Royal Poinciana (Thanh pho Hoa Phuong Do in Vietnamese), which blossom vividly in summer, like glorious flame. Hai Phong people is famous for […]

Travel with peace of mind

by xrstudio @ Allergy Translation

Travelling to a foreign country with a food allergy? Don’t take a chance

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Traditional Chinese vs. Simplified Chinese – What should I order?

by kyledine @ Allergy Translation

One of the most common questions we get at www.allergytranslation.com, is what language should I order for which country? This becomes especially tricky for the languages of Traditional Chinese, and […]

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Foodies and Dating

Foodies and Dating

by Tho Loves Food @ Tho Loves Food

Follow my blog with Bloglovin We decided to gather articles about dating people who love to cook/bake/eat. This list is our note and also for everyone who is single (or not!) 😉 Hopefully you can find something useful/funny/inspiring. Hehe (⌒.−)=★ REMINDER: NO JUDGING! Foodie Pride 21 Things You Should Know About Dating A Woman Who […]

Supper Club Babetown Uses Food to Build Queer Community

by Leah Kirts @ Edible Brooklyn

“I don't think that great food is coming from anxious, terrified hands," says the founder, Alex Koones. "Good food comes from happy hands.”

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