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Not-Very-Funny Memes, But Still Memes

Not-Very-Funny Memes, But Still Memes

by pearllkuang @ Asian American History | UCSD Summer 2016

With the rise of memes as a primary method of critiquing social circumstance in a chic and stylish way, our group decided to create our own versions, satirizing historical issues surrounding the more shameful dimensions of the Asian American narrative. A meme acts as a way of revealing truth more humorously, without necessarily detracting from...

A NIGHT OUT LEARNING ABOUT HUE CUISINE WITH BEEBEE TEAM

by Thu Ngo Vu @ Beebee Travel

Beebee Travel is a young travel company with a mission of empowering young people to become great tour […]

Saigon

Saigon

by rabonour @ Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

Sam and I are back in the States and getting settled in Los Angeles, so I suppose now is as good a time as any to get back to sorting through photos from the Asia trip. I’m going to start making these … Continue reading

Having a Good Dryanuary? Try this Non-Alcoholic IPA

by Greg Nagel @ Orange Coast

A new brewery out of Santa Ana was just born for this momentous occasion.

“Bun Bo Hue” – The Spicy Vietnamese noodle soup You need to know after Pho!!!

“Bun Bo Hue” – The Spicy Vietnamese noodle soup You need to know after Pho!!!


Skyhubvn

“Bún bò Huế” always attracts people because of its taste, aromatic smell of citronella soup and pig’s trotters. Especially, in cold weather, enjoying a bowl of hot noodles with thin slices of beef, soft pig’s trotters is the favorite of many people in Hanoi. You can try this dish at some stall as below: 19 Nguyen Thuong Hien, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi At lunch time, the stall is always full. The...

The Hill of the Poisonous Trees

The Hill of the Poisonous Trees

by rabonour @ Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

Sam and I didn’t have a particularly good first impression of Cambodia. We got off our boat in the heart of Phnom Penh and were greeted by scorching heat and pushy tuk-tuk drivers. We had trouble finding a place to stay and … Continue reading

Market Moves: NYC’s Food Scene Gets Big News

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

New York’s food scene has no signs of stopping. It was announced yesterday that tech-giant Google is buying its New York neighbor, Chelsea Market for $2.4 billion. While no plans have been drawn up, The New York Times reports that this addition to Google’s real estate makes New York’s presence similar to that of the company’s […]

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Nem Lui Hue

by lehoang3004 @ Taste Of Hue

What is the Nem Lui Hue ? Grilled pork is one of the most common foods all over the world. Whether you’re from the west or from Asia, grilled pork can be found in different variations. As former royal city of Vietnam serving 14 emperors and their high ranking officials, it is safe to say […]

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SHRIMP PAD THAI

SHRIMP PAD THAI

by vvvca @ Asian American History | UCSD Summer 2016

Recipes for (the Cambodian locals to my friend's husband to) me to you

Hue sweet soup – Let’s taste in your style

by skyhubuser @ Skyhubvn

As you know Hue food is very famous in Vietnam. Especially, Hue sweet soup is a part some of Vietnam food. There are many kind of Hue sweet soup with many different tastes, color....

Michael Dragwidge Reflections

by Meg DallaLana @ South Melbourne Market

On Wednesday 20 December, we lost one of our Market family and a dear friend to many. Michael Dragwidge, owner of Field, Barns & Co and husband of Georgie (Georgie’s Harvest), passed away suddenly from an aneurysm. Michael will be remembered as a smart, funny, caring and very important and much-loved part of our little […]

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Just Asian Things

Just Asian Things

by jcollasblog @ Asian American History | UCSD Summer 2016

For our social media artifact we wanted to begin at looking at what makes a meme successful. The power of these artifacts lies in the fact that they are accessible yet profound. The message is often dressed in a package that is easy to digest yet challenging. For these reasons, we wanted to choose a...

We Want Your Ideas!

by Meg DallaLana @ South Melbourne Market

Thank you for your interest in taking our survey. We have had an overwhelming response so unfortunately we can’t accept any more completed surveys. If you do have something you would like to tell us please send us an email! We hope to see you at the Market soon.

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Travels: Vietnam

Travels: Vietnam


EatYourPHL

When I first sat down to write about Vietnam, I wanted to come up with some all-encompassing quip, Anthony Bourdain style, which would succinctly sum up my time there in a somewhat poetic, meaningf…

Top Chef Star Collaborates on Bruery Beer

by Greg Nagel @ Orange Coast

The first collab beer, Girl Grey, is now fermented, quality tested, and packaged for public release on Feb. 14.

10 Tips on How to Haggle in Asia

by Amanda Carlea @ Buffalo Tours Travel Blog

Travelling to Asia offers many thrills, one particular is the excitement of the barter. Haggling is a way of life throughout the continent, and when travelling through visitors have the unique opportunity to get in on the deals. However, many people get intimidated by the venture, as it can be both stressful and overwhelming if […]

Port Phillip Mussel & Jazz Festival – Seeking Stalls

by Meg DallaLana @ South Melbourne Market

The Port Phillip Mussel & Jazz Festival celebrates its 5th birthday in 2018 and it’ll be one seafood street party you don’t want to miss. Spend the day in the sun with friends and family, feasting, dancing and celebrating seafood, all to the sounds of Melbourne’s hottest jazz. Over the weekend expect a great mussel […]

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Spaghetti Squash Carbonara Recipe

by Huy @ HungryHuy.com

Spaghetti squash is something I’ve seen online and social media for YEARS that caught my interest. My girlfriend was actually craving spaghetti squash carbonara this week, so I finally gave in and wanted to see what the fuss was about. There are paleo and other ‘cleaner’ spaghetti squash recipes you could make instead, but if you […]

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Bun Bo Hue

Bun Bo Hue


Asian American History | UCSD Summer 2016

The next dinner party delight – Bun Bo Hue.

The Evolution Of Phở (Pho)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

For those who are passionate about food and culture, especially Vietnam’s, you must have known Pho already. For those who don’t know what Pho is, Pho is Vietnamese beef noodle soup, which is rich in flavor and mesmerizing in the smell. People always sing compliments for our traditional Pho for its taste, but did you […]

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Bottoms Up – Budapest Ruin Bars and Beyond

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

Feeling thirsty in Hungary? Check out our favorite places to drink including hip Budapest ruin bars plus cool spots for beer, cocktails and wine. Finding a bar in Budapest is like finding hay in a haystack. The Hungarian capital has a lot of drinking establishments, many filled with young professionals and visiting tourists. Though infamous for its funky ruin bars, the river split city also has traditional pubs, classy wine lounges and even spa bars. Yes, you can imbibe at Budapest bars while getting your soak on. We visited our first (but ...

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Bún Thang – Vietnamese Noodle Soup with Chicken, Pork, & Egg

by Huy @ HungryHuy.com

What Is Bún Thang? My knowledge of the Vietnamese language is about on par with my grandma’s English, so this gives us lots of opportunities to learn from each other. She watches Viet news and Korean dramas which have a surprising amount of English in them. The latest term I explained to her was “poker face” hah! […]

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Vietnamese dishes - A closer look into Bun family

Vietnamese dishes - A closer look into Bun family


Saigon Food Tour

There are more to Vietnamese cuisine than what is being shown in travel catalogues. Let us introduce you to the remarkable Bun family (Bun Rieu, Bun Bo Hue)

Recipe of the Month: Gluten Free Banana Bread with Chocolate from Oaxaca

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

A simple, easy recipe for gluten-free banana bread that is both moist and healthy! No butter -- just coconut oil and yoghurt, along with Oaxacan chocolate.

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Implicit Discrimination in the Voter ID Laws

Implicit Discrimination in the Voter ID Laws

by vvvca @ Asian American History | UCSD Summer 2016

Throughout the years, congress has passed laws which have specifically and blatantly targeted non-white minorities. Need we not forget the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 and the Jim Crow Laws. However, throughout the history of the United States, legislation which implicitly targets  a specific group of people because of their race, sex, religious ideology, and...

Vientiane – Is it worth skipping it?

Vientiane – Is it worth skipping it?

by Elton Hiew @ Asian Backpacker

As a backpacker / traveler, we tend to read about places before or perhaps during when we visit one destination. Many argued that one shouldn’t spend so much time on Vientiane but there are some saying otherwise. Despite being arguably one of the smallest capital cities you’ll visit in Asia and overshadowed by it’s famous...

Love is in the Air

by Sophie McCarthy @ South Melbourne Market

This Valentine’s Day, spoil your loved one with a gift from South Melbourne Market. From chocolates and tea to beautiful artwork and flowers, there’s something for everyone at the Market.Here’s a handful of gift ideas to get you started, but there’s plenty of unique gifts to be found: Spoil your Valentine this year with a […]

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On the Beach

On the Beach

by rabonour @ Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

Sam and I didn’t actually go straight to Hoi An after leaving Hue; we stopped at the beach. Hoi An is a river town, but it’s just a couple minutes from the ocean by car. Tourists often stay at An Bang Beach, but we … Continue reading

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

by rabonour @ Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

It’s been another long break. After moving out to California, school started and life got busy again. New Year’s Day is putting me in the mood to create, so let’s get back into things. I don’t have a lot to say … Continue reading

Budapest Cafes – A Budapest Coffee Guide for the 21st Century

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

The new breed of Budapest cafes are hip, happening and highly caffeinated. Read on to find out our favorite spots to drink third wave coffee in Hungary’s capital city. Budapest is a city known for a cafe culture that’s as rich as the cream that flows into its coffee. Back in the day, artists and poets would meet at Budapest coffee houses to share ideas and philosophies while sipping strong brews and eating a variety of Budapest cake specialties like strudel and flodni. Hundreds of cafes graced both sides of ...

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Banh Beo Chen

by Liem Phan @ Taste Of Hue

‘Banh Beo’ (steamed rice cake with savory top) is a small cake in a cup and mashed shrimp on the top. Looking this dish, you can easily recognize two distinct layers is the flour and fill with savory ingredient including fried pork skin, shallots, and fish sauce. The flour is combined of rice flour, tapioca starch […]

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Banh Boc Loc Hue

by hoang le @ Taste Of Hue

Banh Loc – steamed tapioca dumpling with pork and shrimp, may be very well-liked in all three areas, however tastes finest within the historic city of Hue. It’s constituted of tapioca starch, is aromatic and delicate, and is eaten for breakfast or as a snack and even gentle meal. It’s so clear that one can […]

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Bun Bo Hue - The Best Spicy Noodle Soup in Vietnam

Bun Bo Hue - The Best Spicy Noodle Soup in Vietnam


2foodtrippers

The spicy noodle soup known as Bun Bo Hue is a must eat in Hue Vietnam.

A Journey Through Vietnam’s True Food Capital: Hue

A Journey Through Vietnam’s True Food Capital: Hue

by Stephanie Garr @ Big & Small Travel

Big & Small are excited to introduce Jazlyn Trent, a dear friend and our first guest writer! Below she gives her mouthwatering account of the food of Hue, an historical city that she believes is Vietnam’s True Food Capital. See more from Vietnam on our YouTube. There is something almost therapeutic about eating hot noodle soup…

Why You Have to Eat “Bún Bò Huế” In the Ancient City of Huế

by admin @ Beebee Travel

In the central Vietnamese city of Hue, you have to get up early for breakfast. Though the hard-partying […]

Bún Bò Huế Recipe - Spicy Beef & Pork Noodle Soup

Bún Bò Huế Recipe - Spicy Beef & Pork Noodle Soup


HungryHuy.com

Bún bò Huế is a hidden Vietnamese gem that has yet to “make it” in mainstream American cuisine. It’s a rich and spicy soup with deep layers of flavor. This Central Vietnamese soup is paired with tender slices of beef and pork, then topped with lots of fresh herbs. Phở has made its way in and has grown popular quickly, so why …

“Decent-looking Outfits” Policy when visiting Hue Monuments Complex, Vietnam

by Thu Ngo Vu @ Beebee Travel

A new policy made by the Hue Monuments Conservation Department in Thua Thien Hue Province stated that visitors […]

Bun Bo Hue

Bun Bo Hue

by magnusforsythe @ Asian American History | UCSD Summer 2016

The next dinner party delight - Bun Bo Hue.

Thank You for a Wonderful 2017

by Meg DallaLana @ South Melbourne Market

Thank you for all your support throughout 2017, it’s been a huge year and we’ve loved celebrating our 150th anniversary with you all. Some things we have celebrated this year: We welcomed a record 5 million people! Special events such as the South Melbourne Night Market and Port Phillip Mussel & Jazz Festival achieved record […]

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90% of Hue’s royal dishes are not authentic: Vietnam seminar - Tuoi Tre News

90% of Hue’s royal dishes are not authentic: Vietnam seminar - Tuoi Tre News


Tuoi Tre News

Ninety percent of royal dishes stemming from Hue City, Vietnam's former capital, and available now all over the world are inauthentic because they are not prepared in a proper way

Micro Scooter Pledge

by Meg DallaLana @ South Melbourne Market

The beautiful souls Matt & Harriet at Spin are running a Micro Scooter Pledge this festive season. Every person or family that buys a new Micro scooter from Spin is invited to hand in their old, forgotten or grown out of Micro scooter. Spin will then fix up these old scooters, including replacing parts and […]

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A Tribute to Bert

by Meg DallaLana @ South Melbourne Market

It is with much sadness that we lost an old friend on Sunday 28 January 2018, Bert Glenister, so we say farewell and pay tribute to this generous and lovable character. Bert was born in Sydney, but his family moved to Victoria when he was just a wee baby. Soon after the war, the family […]

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Bun Bo Hue - Another Winning Bowl of Noodles in Saigon

Bun Bo Hue - Another Winning Bowl of Noodles in Saigon


Migrationology - Food Travel Blog

Bun Bo Hue is a popular Vietnamese noodle dish, originally from Hue, but available and beloved throughout Saigon. If you love noodles, you'll this!

Savory Vietnamese Dishes – A Look Into The “Bun” Family (Part Two)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Following the last entry, us Saigon Food Tour is going to introduce you to more of the “Bun” family. But this time, these bowls of “Bun” will be more different and they are not so well-known by travellers as well. 3. Bún thịt nướng ( Chargrilled pork patties with herbs vermicelli ) I know we all like our […]

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What is Bun Bo Hue - Taste Of Hue - Hue food tour

What is Bun Bo Hue - Taste Of Hue - Hue food tour


Taste Of Hue

What is Bun Bo Hue - Bun bo Hue is one of the most popular noodle soups in Vietnam. The main ingredients of this famous noodle soup are noodle and breef.

Quan Lan – A quiet charm in the East sea

by skyhubuser @ Skyhubvn

Quan Lan is located in Quang Ninh province, about 200 kilometres from Hanoi. The island is not as busy as Cat Ba or Ha Long, and has a distinct inner charm. The beautiful white...

Think You Know About Beer? Meet This Local Master Cicerone

by Greg Nagel @ Orange Coast

It's sort of like the beer version of a sommelier.

My Market Story: Aptus Seafood

by Meg DallaLana @ South Melbourne Market

This year, South Melbourne Market turns 150 years old. To celebrate, we spoke to some of our traders to find our their Market story. Theodore Zahos migrated to Australia from the island of Evia in Greece and started Aptus Seafood back in 1969. His son Angelo, fondly known as Ang, grew up in the Market, […]

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Vietnamese Chicken Soup (With Elbow Macaroni)

by Huy @ HungryHuy.com

It has been getting coooold lately, cold for Southern California anyways! This is perfect weather for you to cook up some soup. If you haven’t built up the courage to try the bitter melon soup I posted the other week,  Vietnamese chicken soup with elbow macaroni might be a simpler start :). What’s that you […]

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Banh Beo Hue Recipe

by hoang le @ Taste Of Hue

Out of all of the steamed muffins Vietnam has to supply, Banh Beo is certainly in my prime three. Banh Beo originated from Hue metropolis in central Vietnam, however beloved all through Vietnam. The rice muffins are made out of steaming a rice flour batter in little bowls. As soon as the batter has cooked […]

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Soul of Vietnamese Village Show

by skyhubuser @ Skyhubvn

“ The Soul of Vietnamese village” is the first show about Vietnamese folk music with the participation of talented artists. The show recreates the daily life of Vietnamese people in the Northern Delta countryside...

Bánh Xèo – Savory Vietnamese Crêpes

by Huy @ HungryHuy.com

Bánh xèo seems to be designed to be eaten as a family. The batter, filling ingredients, and veggies aren’t complicated to prepare, but they don’t make sense to be bought or made to be eaten by yourself. You don’t just buy 1/4 pound of pork, 8 shrimps, or buy 1/4 head of lettuce. You kind […]

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Colorado’s Milkshake IPAs Sweeten Up The Craft Beer Scene

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

Milkshake IPAs may not sound like a beer genre you’d gravitate towards, but this new craft style out of Colorado successfully straddles both worlds. Grab a long straw (if you have to), because this marvel of chemistry just might be here to stay. What is a milkshake IPA exactly? It’s a beer brewed with milkshake flavors like chocolate, vanilla and […]

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates on a Budget

Dubai, United Arab Emirates on a Budget

by Julian-G @ Big & Small Travel

Here’s how Big & Small Travel saw all the highlights in Dubai, United Arab Emirates within 48 hours without breaking the bank. 😎  Watch our first video in the Middle East: What do you know about the Middle East? Dubai, the largest city in United Arab Emirates, has a reputation for all things grand and luxurious—it…

Hunting for Authentic Hue-ian Food!

Hunting for Authentic Hue-ian Food!

by Elton Hiew @ Bun Bo Hue – Asian Backpacker

If you had read my previous post about Hue, you will found out it’s more into historical attractions. What if I tell you, Hue has more to offer besides history. Yes, I am talking about food! Hue is a city with such a rich history. However, there are several distinctive dishes that Hue has. To...

Hoi An, Vietnam: Travel Tips

Hoi An, Vietnam: Travel Tips

by Julian-G @ Big & Small Travel

Watch our travel tips video above on Hoi An for more detailed and colorful explanations. The historic town of Hoi An may just be the most charming city in Asia. Located in central Vietnam, just south of the country’s third largest city Danang, Hoi An is a growing tourist destination. The Ancient Town is a…

Floating Markets and Pizza Cones

Floating Markets and Pizza Cones

by rabonour @ Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

After we left Saigon, we had one last stop before moving into Cambodia: The Mekong Delta. The Mekong Delta is a huge network of waterways and islands that makes up the agricultural center of Vietnam. Much of the country’s produce is grown … Continue reading

Bun Bo Hue Recipe: The Spicy Vietnamese Noodle Soup You Never Knew You Loved · i am a food blog

Bun Bo Hue Recipe: The Spicy Vietnamese Noodle Soup You Never Knew You Loved · i am a food blog


i am a food blog

Any good cook will tell you that soups are a labour of love. Generally, they take time and a little bit of effort, but like any thing that is worth waiting for, they are absolutely heartwarming. Soups, especially noodle soups, are...

Figs, Cacao Nibs, Super Pigs: 10 Hot Topics On Food Republic

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

We’re psyched about the Winter Olympics this week, so we rounded up some great Korean dishes to enjoy during the opening ceremony. We also showed San Francisco some love with news about chef Dominique Crenn’s upcoming dinner series and Dandelion Chocolate’s guide to using cacao nibs at home. Down South, one of our editors learned to […]

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Spicy Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup (Bun Bo Hue) - Pups with Chopsticks

Spicy Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup (Bun Bo Hue) - Pups with Chopsticks


Pups with Chopsticks

Bun Bo Hue is a Vietnamese spicy beef noodle soup packed with flavour. If you love Pho, and you love a bit of spice the definitely give Bun Bo Hue a try.

Bún Bò Huế – Vietnamese Beef & Lemon Grass Noodle Soup

Bún Bò Huế – Vietnamese Beef & Lemon Grass Noodle Soup


Gastronomy

With the help of Grandma and my aunts these past couple of years, I’ve learned how to prepare almost every noodle soup that I giddily slurped as a child and hungrily craved as an adult. Grandma tau…

48 Hours in Lake Como on a Budget

48 Hours in Lake Como on a Budget

by Stephanie Garr @ Big & Small Travel

On our busy tour around Northern Italy—which included Trieste, Venice, Bologna, Bergamo, Brescia, and Verona—Big & Small fell head over heels for the spectacular Lake Como. With its glistening waters rippling against the foothills of the Alps and its scenic towns colored by stacks of modest abodes and luxury villas, it’s hard not to fall…

Bun Chay Hue

by Joanne @ Taste Of Hue

Bun Bo Hue is believed to be the upgraded version of pho in Central Vietnam. All tourists either local or foreigner, should not miss the chance to taste the goodness of Bun Bo Hue and where else to to try it best other than the place where it originated, Hue. Being vegetarian is not a […]

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Picture Brides Artifact

Picture Brides Artifact

by allenhius @ Asian American History | UCSD Summer 2016

Our social media artifact is based on the term “Picture Brides”. Our intrepid immigrant is anxious regarding his new bride. Many Japanese-Americans had to marry “picture brides”, women they were matched with solely on the basis of portraits. Though this sometimes ended up, other times, one or both of the parties involved received a nasty...

WIN 1 of 5 $500 Market Vouchers!

by Meg DallaLana @ South Melbourne Market

We’re giving away 5 x $500 Market vouchers! With over 140 stalls, you can shop for everything from delicious fresh produce to flowers, clothing, homewares, toys & beauty products. For your chance to WIN simply complete the entry form below or fill in a form next time you’re at the Market. Competition closes 25 February […]

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Pho-ckon: Cafe Hoang

Pho-ckon: Cafe Hoang

by Sophia W. @ bun bo hue – This Is Not A History Blog

After a horrendous morning of a 5.30am flight followed by several questionable choices during our travels, we made it back to Norah’s apartment at 9.30am truly exhausted from our Boston jaunt. We immediately went to sleep. Brett later commented that we sounded like hilarious old ladies on arrival: “oh I can’t wait to get in … Continue reading Pho-ckon: Cafe Hoang

Thrillable Hours: Lebawit Lily Girma, Author and Photographer

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

The next in my alternative careers for lawyers series: interview with guidebook author and photographer Lebawit Lily Girma.

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Going Mad over Mapo!

Going Mad over Mapo!

by allenhius @ Asian American History | UCSD Summer 2016

Disclaimer: The following is a fictionalized post in the style of a corporate giant imitating a 1950s housewife. We do not represent any of the companies listed, nor are we from the 1950s. Project by: Zhen Jia Allen Lin Christopher Wong Yidan Zhong Shu-Wei Kuo Howdy there loyal readers! Mrs. Smith here with another installment...

Vietnamese food near Hobby Airport? Try Bun Bo Hue Co Do

Vietnamese food near Hobby Airport? Try Bun Bo Hue Co Do


Houston Chronicle

I am a spring-roll aficionado, often prowling the city in search of the tasty Asian wraps. If you are too, you really should know about Bun Bo Hue Co Do, a little restaurant near Hobby Airport. Do not be deterred by the barred windows on its unassuming strip-mall storefront. The hidden gem doesn't have a website, either. But it does have the best spring rolls I've found in Houston, bar none. The rice paper is translucent and gossamer, a rebuttal to the microwaved leather common at less meticulous establishments. The savory grilled pork within is still warm from the grill, a wonderful contrast with the coolness of the crisp greens and fresh herbs. A pair of made-to-order rolls costs just $4.

Top Great Souvenirs in Saigon

by skyhubuser @ Skyhubvn

Beside sightseeing and enjoying the food, seeking souvenirs which are symbols of the country is a interesting part on the trip. The top list souvenirs in Saigon as below might be suggestions for you...

Family, History, and the Future: Stories From Around San Jose | MOFAD City

Family, History, and the Future: Stories From Around San Jose | MOFAD City


Eater.com

Moving to America, the taste of home, and more

Marine Military Academy Summer Camp: Fitness. Confidence. Motivation!

by Ptsai @ Orange Coast

This college-prep boarding school offers a four-week military adventure for boys.

Israeli Couscous + Crispy Garlicky Breadcrumb Topping

by Joyce @ Pups with Chopsticks

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An deliciously nutty and flavourful Israeli couscous recipe with a bit of a chew, generously topped with crispy garlic anchovy bread crumbs. Works great as a quick and easy side dish or a one bowl meal! [ Jump to Recipe ] If you have never had a bread crumb topping, then you definitely should try…

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Hoi An

Hoi An

by rabonour @ Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

After leaving the beach, we made our way into Hoi An proper. Our three nights in the city were a wonderful break – we stayed in the nicest hotel of the trip and ate well. Hoi An feels somewhat like the Epcot version … Continue reading

Banh Ram It

by lehoang3004 @ Taste Of Hue

Cakes (Banh Ram It) are the best desserts one could have. In Vietnam, cakes are totally different from the sweet and soft ones that we know. The culinary arts of the country give tourists a unique experience when eating the local cakes. Central Vietnam has a big number of local cake specialties. One of which […]

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New Tu Do

by Johnny Prime @ bun bo hue – Johnny Prime

My wife and I stopped in here for a quick Vietnamese fix. I had the small bowl of Pho Tai (eye round beef only). The broth had good flavor. It was a bit salty, but overall it really hit the spot. The meat was good quality, and the herbs were fresh. My wife tried this … Continue reading New Tu Do

Bún Bò Huế Recipe – Spicy Beef & Pork Noodle Soup

by Huy @ HungryHuy.com

Bún bò Huế is a hidden Vietnamese gem that has yet to “make it” in mainstream American cuisine. It’s a rich and spicy soup with deep layers of flavor. This Central Vietnamese soup is paired with tender slices of beef and pork, then topped with lots of fresh herbs. Phở has made its way in and has grown popular quickly, so why […]

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Night Market Highlights

by Meg DallaLana @ South Melbourne Market

South Melbourne Night Market celebrates its 10th birthday in 2018 and everyone is invited to join the twilight fun from January 4 to February 22. For eight glorious weeks, the village Market transforms as the balmy, summer nights come to life with a feast of street food, market stalls and live entertainment. Here’s just a […]

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Makassar, Indonesia’s Hidden Gem

Makassar, Indonesia’s Hidden Gem

by Elton Hiew @ Asian Backpacker

Talk about Indonesia, the first thing that comes to mind is the famous island of Bali, Jakarta, Bandung and the list goes until the whole Island of Java including rising star, Yogyakarta. Over the years, people have been flocking to these cities over and over again without noticing there are still lots of wonderful places...

Hue Free Walking Tour brings Hue to MIST Startup Accelerator, Siem Reap in May

by admin @ Beebee Travel

Although being very young, just over 1 year old, however, our social work of promoting Hue on the […]

Bun Bo Hue

by lehoang3004 @ Taste Of Hue

Bun Bo Hue is one of the most popular noodle soups in Vietnam. The main ingredients of this famous noodle soup are Bun and Bo, when translated to English, the former means rice vermicelli and the latter is beef. People added Hue at the end of it to determine the origin of the noodle soup. […]

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Banh Khoai

by lehoang3004 @ Taste Of Hue

Banh Khoai – Pancakes are the world’s favorite breakfast. They are usually flat, round and topped with flavorful syrup, fruits, jam, chocolate chips or meat. There are several versions of pancakes all over the world depending on the country’s culture and preferences. Vietnam has a lot of variations of pancakes as well. The best tasting […]

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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.

Thrillable Hours: Karen Walrond, Speaker, Photographer & Bestselling Author

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

New Thrillable Hours Q&A about life after law with Karen Walrond, a former lawyer. Now, Karen is a public speaker, photographer, and bestselling author.

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Follow the Students

Follow the Students

by rabonour @ Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

After leaving Cat Ba Island, we made our way back to Hanoi to catch a night train to Hue. The train was a lovely experience that I may return to, but let’s move straight to Hue. We spent four nights there, … Continue reading

Vermicelli Rice

by Joyce @ Pups with Chopsticks

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A recipe for a simple, deliciously buttery middle eastern vermicelli rice dish made with toasted vermicelli pasta bits and white rice. A fantastic way to switch up the type of rice side you serve up! [ Jump to Recipe ] I’m going to be quite honest here, rice is usually very boring to me, so…

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VV Foods Cot Bun bo Hue (Bun Bo Hue Soup Base), 10-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4) (B000PBRWDM)

VV Foods Cot Bun bo Hue (Bun Bo Hue Soup Base), 10-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4) (B000PBRWDM)


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Amazon price tracking & price history for VV Foods Cot Bun bo Hue (Bun Bo Hue Soup Base), 10-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4) (B000PBRWDM)

Lan Ha Bay

Lan Ha Bay

by rabonour @ Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

As I mentioned previously, when researching Ha Long Bay Sam and I found that people recommend going instead to Lan Ha Bay, an area south of Ha Long proper with the same magnificent limestone karsts. Pretty much any guesthouse on Cat Ba … Continue reading

Cirque Du Soleil, “Kinky Boots,” and More Can’t Miss Events in O.C. This February

by Robin Jones @ Orange Coast

Here are our top picks for things to do in Orange County this February.

Bun Thit Nuong

by lehoang3004 @ Taste Of Hue

What is Bun Thit Nuong dish in Hue city ? Not fan of noodle soup? Do not worry, we got you. Hue does not end with just the Bun Bo, there are several noodle dishes you can choose from. One of these flavorful Hue dry noodle dishes is the Bun Thit Nuong. This is the […]

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“Top Chef” Enterprise, Crack Shack Proves Fried Chicken is High-Flying Concept of the Moment

by Gretchen Kurz @ Orange Coast

Toque about town Richard Blais fronts Crack Shack, a San Diego-based, fast-casual joint rigged to supply hot, crispy chicken feasts and cool cocktails in high volume.

Bún Bò Hue

Bún Bò Hue


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The mention of Hue, a city in central Vietnam, brings up many conflicted memories for me. It was the site of the Battle of Hue, one of the longest and deadliest battles of the Tet Offensive, which began in January 1968, and of the Vietnam War. Although I was just a kid when the fighting took place, the stories that I heard about it during my childhood were frightening. Hue was the imperial capital of Vietnam for nearly a century and a half, until 1945, and many of the most sophisticated and interesting dishes in the Vietnamese repertoire originated in the region, including this classic spicy beef soup. The light stock, which is made with beef and pork bones, is scented with lots of lemongrass and shrimp paste. Any rice noodle can be used here, but the usual choice is the round rice noodle that resembles spaghetti. In Vietnam, the soup is often served with cubes of coagulated pig's blood, like the bowl pictured here.

Cat Ba Island

Cat Ba Island

by rabonour @ Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

One of the biggest tourist attractions in northern Vietnam is Ha Long Bay, an area off the coast filled with thousands of towering limestone karsts. Tourists flock there in droves to spend a couple of nights on junk boats. While the … Continue reading

BUN BO HUE- HUE NOODLE SOUP - THE BEST SOUP IN VIETNAM

BUN BO HUE- HUE NOODLE SOUP - THE BEST SOUP IN VIETNAM


I Love Hue Tour

Bun bo hue ( Hue noodle soup) is a popular Vietnamese soup containing rice vermicelli and beef. This is the best soup in Vietnam you must try in your trip.

10 Bold Recipes For A Japanese Fusion Feast

by Food Republic @ Food Republic

Feel like Japanese food tonight but aren’t so great at making sushi? We gathered up our favorite Japanese fusion recipes — no sushi-making skills required — for a dinner that hits every flavor note you’re craving. Soy and yuzu? Check. Uni and rice? You bet! Noodles, rice bowls, salads and tasty fried things? Right this […]

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Yangon, And My Impressions of Myanmar!

Yangon, And My Impressions of Myanmar!

by Elton Hiew @ Asian Backpacker

Talk about Yangon and I bet all would know this is the land of Aung San Suu Kyi, which she fought for Independence and Freedom for her people over the past decades. Surprisingly, not many people had travel into Myanmar given that they had just opened up for tourism in 2012 after 50 years of...

Transformation: Taming the Bull

by noreply@blogger.com (Jk Hobson) @ Hue Stories

The process of research for this project that deals with the transformation of war through art has been ruled by happenstance. Cong Ho, a new friend in Hué needed an assistant one morning in training some of his Vietnamese students who were about to interview at the U.S. embassy for potentially studying abroad. After the training, he offered to introduce me to a friend of his, an artist in Hué. I was already feeling a bit overwhelmed by all of the research I had already done and all of the material I was having to contend with, so my tendency to decline offers such as this was brimming to the surface. I then remembered some advice that I was given about traveling and the accepting of invitations that made me reluctantly say yes, even with everything I already had on my plate. It was my fortune to have taken Cong up on the invitation.

We went to meet Tình, the artist at his place near Dong Ba market in Hué. As it turned out, I had met him once before at the coffee shop of local artist Hé a few weeks prior. He excused himself upon our meeting saying that he was feeling out of sorts, and that his capacity for speaking English would be somewhat limited, which I was ok with.  (Art has a way of speaking for itself.)  We sat and drank tea while he told me about his early life. He has lived in the same building in Hué for just about all of his life. He explained that he was 11 during the Tet Offensive, and that his home was sandwiched between the northern and southern Vietnamese armies. Artillery was firing off all around his home while he ducked for cover inside, waiting for a bomb that would reduce his residence to rubble that never came.  He watched fighter jets drop bombs onto the citadel from his windows. I could not help but imagine the trauma that could inflict on an 11 year old boy as he recanted his stories and shared with me images of his artwork that were stored on his computer.

I took notice that little of his art had anything to do with war, and more to do with Buddhist concepts of transformation. Cong mentioned to Tinh that I was Buddhist had some vast knowledge (a useful exaggeration) of the sutras and our conversation turned to metaphors and similes as we tried to gauge each others levels of understanding, as many Buddhists tend to do when they meet. At some point in the conversation, Tinh decided to bring me on a tour around the house to see the actual paintings and mosaics that I had been looking at on a computer screen. I couldn't help but feel like I had passed some kind of test.

The level of depth with which he was able to connect his artwork with Buddhist concepts of impermanence and becoming the master of one's mind really illustrated that Buddhism, along with art, had been instrumental to his overcoming of war-related trauma. I had seen a lot of post-war art in the weeks preceding from artists who were born at the end of or after the war. Most of their art actually dealt with the war itself, only as an abstraction. Tinh's age put him in a demographic of artists that I had yet to encounter. He was old enough to have seen and remembered the war, but its influence on his art revealed itself in the way that he had transformed himself as a result of it, rather than it being represented visually in the artwork itself.

Savory Vietnamese Dishes – A Look Into The “Bun” Family (Part One)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

I was sitting by the vendor that late Tuesday night, enjoying every single drop of the broth from my favorite “Bun Rieu” and thinking why do foreigners only know about “Pho”, “Banh Mi”, etc. when it comes to Vietnamese cuisine? Because there are more to what Viets eat, there are more to what tourists attractions in […]

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Wagyu Burgers & Duroc Bacon Bundle

by Johnny Prime @ Johnny Prime

NEW IN THE SHOP! WAGYU BURGERS! Me and the butchers put together a nice bundle just in time for the big game. Five pounds of wagyu burgers (ten individual half-pound patties) and three one-pound packs of thick cut Duroc bacon for just $74.99 (discounted from $94.92 for you damn animals). This wagyu is ground fresh from … Continue reading Wagyu Burgers & Duroc Bacon Bundle

Sincerely, Your Uncivilized Subgroups

Sincerely, Your Uncivilized Subgroups

by shl248 @ Asian American History | UCSD Summer 2016

  Many people, like Representative Steve King, only think of European and Western history for the development of civilization. But when King does this, he encourages the erasure of certain events and emphasizes others, misconstruing the reality of history. His view of the world becomes a mediated account. It credits the West with innovations that...

The Best Places to Eat in Seattle Washington

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

Seattle is known around the world for its coffee culture, the Space Needle and Pike Place Market. But what about Seattle restaurants? We’ve asked a local expert to share her picks for the best places to eat in Seattle Washington. Read on to find out how to eat like a local in this wonderful Pacific Northwestern city. Seattle is famous for its cutting-edge coffee culture. But coffee is just one aspect of Seattle’s culinary landscape. Locals dine at the best restaurants in Seattle, shop at Pike Place Market for some of the ...

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7 Fun Facts About the Leaning Tower of Pisa

7 Fun Facts About the Leaning Tower of Pisa

by Stephanie Garr @ Big & Small Travel

PRESS PLAY ABOVE TO FIND OUT 7 FUN FACTS ABOUT THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA! We hate to ruin our undoubtedly cool image (!), but Big & Small are, well, history geeks. So, when we were deciding on a place to settle down for a few weeks in Italy, we chose the cozy, historical town…

Uncovering the Truth: Garage sales, mysteries, and childhood revelations

by Ada Madigan @ Orange Coast

"I’d sift through the contents of each property, always managing to uncover a story hidden under a T-shirt or inside a jewelry box."

What to Eat in Hue, Vietnam -- And Where to Find It

What to Eat in Hue, Vietnam -- And Where to Find It


Legal Nomads

A brief history of Hue, in Central Vietnam, as well as what to eat in the region and where to find it in town with a focus on street food.

VIDEO: See the Best of Rome in Just 3 Minutes!

VIDEO: See the Best of Rome in Just 3 Minutes!

by Stephanie Garr @ Big & Small Travel

There are few places left in this world where you can casually walk through 2,000 years of history. Wandering through Rome, Italy, you are constantly reminded of a storied empire that laid the foundation for Western civilization. Around every corner, you’ll run into a formidable ancient monument, grandly gilded cathedral, or priceless piece of Renaissance…

Santa Ana’s Mark “Gremlin” Henriquez on Making a Viral Rap Video Inspired by His Mother’s Addiction

by Ada Madigan @ Orange Coast

Six million people have viewed (the music video) on Facebook.

The Famous Pho

by noreply@blogger.com (Blanca Lopez) @ Hue Stories

         In our second outing we were successful in getting an interview with a famous fortuneteller that is widely known. Here are some scattered thoughts and first reactions from Nga and myself about that encounter.

       Blanca: Pho is a 34 year old fortune teller who has been predicting for 20 years. Contrary to popular belief a fortuneteller does not need to be old and wise. Actually Pho dispels a lot of stereotypes that the media may portray in popular culture. Nga has assured me that Pho is famous for his talent and I know this is true because when we arrive there are several people waiting to be seen. We wait for nearly 2 hours to be seen conversing with others about why they are there. I ask simple questions and try to get a sense of how much value they place on what they will learn from their session. We speak extensively to a man named Long, he is here with his wife and they are only a few weeks from having their first child. They are a young, happy couple and he is happy to answer all of my questions. Nga does a lot of translating as Vietnamese is quite limited. When it is finally our turn she interprets my fortune and then translates an interview between myself and Pho. I have the impression that a lot was lost in translation for me as Pho spoke extensively and did not stop very often for Nga to translate. She seemed quite surprised from what I could read in her body language.

       Nga: It has been a surprise for me that Pho gave up a lot of things when becoming a “real” fortune teller, such as his sexual pleasure, love and most of his daily time for helping people by reading people’s palm. Another amazing thing is that he can read his own future, so he wants to live his life morally. As a result, Pho adopted about 8 children whose parents could not afford to care for them or did not have the capability due to their child’s special needs. Pho also adopted a boy who has been facing a mental problem since he was a little child. Though his parents are really poor, they paid so much money to find good doctors but still could not make him feel better. The day they decided to have a fortune told by Mr. Pho, was the day that boy ended up living with him.
            It is believed that it’s not easy to become a fortuneteller. You have to be the one who was chosen by God. For Pho, this means a Godly person who passed away and also dedicated so much for their country during the war. He referred to them as invisible people.

        Blanca: Getting my palm read is not something I intended but rather an additional step in the process that had to be done in order to acquire the interview. I was reluctant but after waiting for so long, I was also a willing participant. I did not want to walk away with nothing. Upon entering, our intention was only to ask for an interview but we never got the chance. Pho started to read my palm and when it was time for me to ask him a question about my future, I asked for an interview instead, Pho happily agreed. He spent about 35-40 minutes with us and I left with less skepticism than when I entered. After the reading and interview, Nga asked me if I was now a believer. I replied, “No” but my belief in fortune telling was not swayed because Pho did not convince me, I have to admit he left an impression on me that tells me he has a strong element of clairvoyance. Rather it is my logic that will not let me believe and after this experience I can see the appeal of believing in fortune telling and it makes me wish for a more wistful view of it all. In the end Pho said that since I had visited to learn about him rather than to have a fortune, a donation was not necessary, but we provided one anyway. I was glad for the experience.

          Nga: As a person who believes in fortune teller, I wondered how did Blanca feel after having her fortune told. I looked at her smiley face when we were walking out of the door, I’m sure that some part of her was satisfied with what Pho had told her. 

Souvenirs of Southeast Asia: A Little Something for Everyone

by Amanda Carlea @ Buffalo Tours Travel Blog

Shopping for souvenirs on your journey can be a daunting task, but most major tourist hubs across the continent feature a wide-variety of unique gifts to bring back to your loved ones. If you’re concerned about finding something special, we’re here to help! Here’s a list of souvenirs for each one of our South Asian […]

Bun Bo Hue: The Vietnamese Soup with Spice, Noodles, and Plenty of Protein to Lure You - Orange Coast

Bun Bo Hue: The Vietnamese Soup with Spice, Noodles, and Plenty of Protein to Lure You - Orange Coast


Orange Coast

Steaming bowls of bun bo Hue hail from the city of Hue in central Vietnam, and is affectionately rustic with rice noodles and lemongrass scented broth.

Top Gear Tour

Top Gear Tour

by rabonour @ Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

There are a couple ways to get between the towns of Hue and Hoi An. You could take a scenic train ride, or crowd into a bus. But there’s a third option, one popularized by the show Top Gear: riding … Continue reading

Chinese Turnip Cake (Lo Bak Go)

by Joyce @ Pups with Chopsticks

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A traditional turnip cake with a twist! This Chinese turnip cake’s traditional ingredients have been switched up with bacon, aged cheddar, caramelized onions and dried scallops for a creamier, and more full flavoured turnip cake! These are some serious mini flavour bombs! [ Jump to Recipe ] It’s almost Chinese New Year, and every year…

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Hanoi Street Food Guide: Bun Bo Hue - Buffalo Tours Travel Blog

Hanoi Street Food Guide: Bun Bo Hue - Buffalo Tours Travel Blog


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Discover the incredible variety of dishes in the city streets with the help of our Hanoi Street Food Guide! Today Ed Pettit savours a bowl of Bun Bo Hue.

A Journey Through Vietnam’s True Food Capital: Hue

A Journey Through Vietnam’s True Food Capital: Hue

by Stephanie Garr @ Vietnam – Big & Small Travel

Big & Small are excited to introduce Jazlyn Trent, a dear friend and our first guest writer! Below she gives her mouthwatering account of the food of Hue, an historical city that she believes is Vietnam’s True Food Capital. See more from Vietnam on our YouTube. There is something almost therapeutic about eating hot noodle soup…

Banh Uot & Banh Cuon Hue

by hoang le @ Taste Of Hue

A pair years in the past once I put collectively my information of Vietnamese Banh (linked under), I used to be confused in regards to the distinction between Banh Uot (opaque rice flour rolls), and Banh Cuon (translucent rice flour rolls) particularly as a result of there may be additionally Banh Uot Thanh Tri and […]

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Follow the Students

Follow the Students

by rabonour @ bun bo hue – Rabi Abonour | Visual Storyteller

After leaving Cat Ba Island, we made our way back to Hanoi to catch a night train to Hue. The train was a lovely experience that I may return to, but let’s move straight to Hue. We spent four nights there, … Continue reading

Treat Yourself to The Best Pizza in Oaxaca At La Matatena Pizzeria

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

A profile of a new restaurant serving the best pizza in Oaxaca, with both gluten free and vegan pizzas in addition to regular thin crust, crunchy pies.

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Maxwell’s Chophouse

by Johnny Prime @ Johnny Prime

Maxwell’s Chophouse overall score: 89* I came here with a group of friends to tackle their dry-aged  six-bone standing prime rib roast. Watch this: If their regular steak selections are anything like that monster, I think this could end up being one of the best steak joints in town. Read on. Flavor: 10 These guys dry … Continue reading Maxwell’s Chophouse

Excellent Dumpling House (23rd)

by Johnny Prime @ Johnny Prime

This joint was PACKED on a Friday evening when my wife and I came in for a quick bite. There’s another joint named Excellent Dumpling House in Chinatown. It has yet to be determined whether this is owned by the same folks. Anyway, I was fighting off a cold, so I ordered a bowl of … Continue reading Excellent Dumpling House (23rd)

Top Local Hue Food You Should Try and Where to Get it in Hue City?

by admin @ Beebee Travel

Local Food and where to eat like a local, it is always the question we have in mind […]

Vietnamese Soups: Pho & Bun Bo Hue

Vietnamese Soups: Pho & Bun Bo Hue


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Secrets for creating hearty soups at home

The History and Evolution of Pho: A Hundred Years' Journey - LovingPho.com

The History and Evolution of Pho: A Hundred Years' Journey - LovingPho.com


LovingPho.com

History and evolution of Vietnamese pho, from unification of Vietnam under French rule in 1887 to the Fall of Saigon in 1975 and beyond.

Herb Roasted Turkey Legs

by Joyce @ Pups with Chopsticks

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Oven roasted, flavourful and juicy herb roasted turkey legs for days when a whole turkey is just too much food or you are cooking for a smaller party. [ Jump to Recipe ] I don’t know about you, but for the longest time, turkey to me was a big giant bird served almost always at…

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