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The Year in Pho: Recipes, Cooking Tips, and Family Stories from 2017

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

| Wouldn’t you know it, there was a lot of pho fervor this year, especially at Viet World Kitchen! Instead of doing a year-end summary of the most popular recipes on the site, I decided to round up all the pho-related content that published during the past twelve months. I published tips, tricks, and recipes...

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2017 Gift Guide for Curious and Obsessive Cooks

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Looking for last-minute ideas for a favorite cook? That may entail gifting yourself (!), a friend, or family member. This year, I found myself obsessing about certain kitchen tools and cooking appliances. Maybe it was an escape from the political roller coaster that we’ve all been on — no matter what your affiliation or inclination...

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Another Barcelona itinerary review

by Christinen @ Fodor's Forum

Hello everyone! In mid April my husband and I will be going to Barcelona for the first time. A little background on us: we are both in our early...

What are Vietnam tours 2018 by trains like?

by thelittlenhi @ Fodor's Forum

In Vietnam tours, tourists prefer traveling by train. Where do train services in Vietnam can take you to? *Types of Vietnamese trains* There...

Trip Report Travel guide/ Travel blog on places to visit in Chandigarh

by sethib @ Fodor's Forum

Chandigarh happens to be my hometown and is currently one of the best cities to stay in India. This well planned city is clean and green with wide...

Seed to table – sustainable and traditional agriculture

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Last Sunday, The Hanoi Chef Community and the Japanese NGO were together organising a co-event: SEED TO TABLE  – To educate people about slow food and sustainable agriculture – To support local farmers create dishes from local ingredients which in turn, they can develop their food business.       We prepared food from ingredients that […]

Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey - S1 - Episode 2

Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey - S1 - Episode 2


Radio Times

Find out when Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey is on TV, including Series 1-Episode 2. Episode guide, trailer, review, preview, cast list and where to stream it on demand, on catch up and download.

Schw�bisch Hall train station

by Adelaidean @ Fodor's Forum

I am in the very early stages of planning a trip to Germany by train. After visiting Nuremberg, I would like to spend a few days in Schw�bisch...

Foxtel Play TV Guide - Find out what's on Foxtel Play

Foxtel Play TV Guide - Find out what's on Foxtel Play


Foxtel

Find out what’s on Foxtel Play using our online TV guide. Browse channels and times and find out more about shows.

Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey S1 Ep2 - Vietnam Part 2

Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey S1 Ep2 - Vietnam Part 2


Food

Vietnam Part 2 - Rick Stein’s culinary journey continues as he travels down the Mekong River to Vietnam. Here, the food is light and fresh food, prepared using an abundance of herbs, lots of freshwater fish and flavoursome soups made with thin strips of beef with rice noodles. “It’s slimming food,” he says with some enthusiasm. In Saigon, Rick visits the old stomping ground of his hero, author Graham Greene, and in Hanoi he meets up with a former employee who delights in the varied and delicious street food of Vietnam’s capital city. (From the UK) (Food Series) G CC

Have Your Own Super Bowl: Host a Cookbook Club Pho Party!

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Meet Kristin. She’s sitting in front of four (4!) bowls of homemade pho. How did she manage to score that kind of jackpot? She and her husband Eric, along with a group of friends, have a private cookbook club. “Most of us went to college together so it’s a great way to stay connected,” she...

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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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Help with two nights in Bangkok

by hurrygirl @ Fodor's Forum

My husband and I have been travelling in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos for the last 6 weeks and are now in Thailand for only two weeks. We will be in...

Question about water bus in Venice

by Summer0407 @ Fodor's Forum

Hi we will be taking the train from Florence to Venice to stay one night. Our hotel is off of St. Marks square. I think a water bus is the most...

Rick Stein – The Road to Mexico: Episode six, Oaxaca & Chinantla Mountains

by Dave Haffenden @ Rick Stein

Rick Stein The Road to Mexico: Episode six For Mexicans, their most revered dishes come from the south and their Mecca is undeniably Oaxaca, where locals still dress in traditional costume bringing to life the enduring descriptions of writers like D H Lawrence who fell in love with the area. Following an authentic Mexican wedding […]

Where to eat in Hue Viet Nam

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Finally, I managed to go back to Vietnam on a culinary trip; I had longed to try the food of my homeland, of three regions from North to South. Imperial Hue is the first place on my list. Some people might argue with me, Hue is not the best place. Most of my international friends […]

Rick Stein Barnes wins Time Out London award

by Dave Haffenden @ Rick Stein

We’re very proud to share that in our first year of opening, Rick Stein, Barnes has won a Time Out London Recommended Award. Time Out, the leading global media and entertainment brand that inspires and enables people to make the most of the city. This award reflects the fact that Time Out editors consider Barnes […]

Need help organizing this Portugal itinerary

by layanluvstotravel @ Fodor's Forum

Day 1 (Monday)- we arrive in the morning in Lisbon. So we can try to get over our jet lag fast, I've schedule a free walking tour at 4:30pm. Not sure...

Mekong Delta

by Garth @ Phil and Garth

  Getting to the River of Nine Dragons The Mekong Delta, meaning the “River of Nine Dragons” is an area in South West Vietnam, where numerous canals and rivers meet the mighty waterway of the Mekong River. We took an early morning day trip from Saigon and were driven south to towards Ben Tre where our Mekong Delta trip […]

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Question about water bus in Venice

by Summer0407 @ Fodor's Forum

Hi we will be taking the train from Florence to Venice to stay one night. Our hotel is off of St. Marks square. I think a water bus is the most...

Hanoi travel guide & what you need to know in 60 seconds

Hanoi travel guide & what you need to know in 60 seconds


Phil and Garth

Hanoi, Vietnam - Must see sightseeing, things to do, top 5 tips, food review, photography inspiration, advice and information

What are Vietnam tours 2018 by trains like?

by thelittlenhi @ Fodor's Forum

In Vietnam tours, tourists prefer traveling by train. Where do train services in Vietnam can take you to? *Types of Vietnamese trains* There...

Rick awarded CBE in New Year’s Honours List

by Dave Haffenden @ Rick Stein

We’re thrilled and very proud to announce that Rick has been awarded a CBE for Services to the Economy in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List. “I am so proud to receive a CBE for Services to the Economy.  I think that the hospitality industry, that I so much enjoy working in, is a force […]

Angkor

by Garth @ Phil and Garth

After our colossal Vietnam tour we took a short flight from Ho Chi Minh City and headed over the border to neighbouring Cambodia. We spent 3 nights in Siem Reap, gateway to the ancient city of Angkor. We’d been waiting to visit Angkor for many years, so it was easily the biggest highlight of our trip, it felt like a […]

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Success at South West Tourism Awards 2018

by Dave Haffenden @ Rick Stein

After a great evening celebrating with a host of other award-winning businesses and suppliers from the South West on Thursday 1st February, we were delighted to win an award at the annual South West Tourism Awards for the third year in a row: Silver for Rick Stein’s Cookery School in the category of Artistic, Cultural and […]

Day Trip Tucson to Bisbee (and area).

by otoole01 @ Fodor's Forum

Planning on a day trip from Tucson to Southern AZ later this week. Our plans are to go to Bisbee to see/do Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum, the...

Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey S1 Ep2 - Vietnam Part 1

Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey S1 Ep2 - Vietnam Part 1


News

Vietnam Part 1 - Rick Stein’s culinary journey continues as he travels down the Mekong River to Vietnam. Here, the food is light and fresh food, prepared using an abundance of herbs, lots of freshwater fish and flavoursome soups made with thin strips of beef with rice noodles. “It’s slimming food,” he says with some enthusiasm. In Saigon, Rick visits the old stomping ground of his hero, author Graham Greene, and in Hanoi he meets up with a former employee who delights in the varied and delicious street food of Vietnam’s capital city. (From the UK) (Food Series) G CC

Sichuan Magic Dust Popcorn Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Since late November, my friend Andrew Janjigian and I have made a total of about 55 batches of this popcorn. It’s his recipe, which he shared with me after I wrote about MSG in pho. When he realized that I was open to tinkering with monosodium glutamate in cooking, he sent the recipe to me....

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Schw�bisch Hall train station

by Adelaidean @ Fodor's Forum

I am in the very early stages of planning a trip to Germany by train. After visiting Nuremberg, I would like to spend a few days in Schw�bisch...

Sriracha Pimento Cheese Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Many people from the American South are familiar with pimento cheese but I didn’t try it until 2013. It was so fun and addictively good to eat that I been making it ever since. The cheese was properly cut into small dice so you could taste its flavor. I’ve made it from a recipe in...

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Hanoi street food walking tour

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Discover hanoi street food with us … You love food and wish to taste local food wherever you go. The pain is – a right local guide is hard to find. A right person must be the one who understand about food and they must be able to explain it to you. Well, at least, […]

Episode 2, Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey - BBC Two

Episode 2, Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey - BBC Two


BBC

Rick Stein's culinary journey continues as he travels down the Mekong River to Vietnam.

Phorrito Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

  My husband and I were both skeptical, but for the sake of pho, we went to try the phorrito at Komodo in Los Angeles. It was December 2016, a couple days before Christmas. I posted a photo of myself eating the unusual noodle soup wrap on Instagram. There was curiosity, some disbelief, and a...

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Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey S1 Ep2 - Vietnam Part 1

Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey S1 Ep2 - Vietnam Part 1


Food

Vietnam Part 1 - Rick Stein’s culinary journey continues as he travels down the Mekong River to Vietnam. Here, the food is light and fresh food, prepared using an abundance of herbs, lots of freshwater fish and flavoursome soups made with thin strips of beef with rice noodles. “It’s slimming food,” he says with some enthusiasm. In Saigon, Rick visits the old stomping ground of his hero, author Graham Greene, and in Hanoi he meets up with a former employee who delights in the varied and delicious street food of Vietnam’s capital city. (From the UK) (Food Series) G CC

Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey

Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey


Gastronomy

Over a year and a half ago, while I was still living in Saigon, I was tapped by the producers of Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey to appear on a segment they were taping in Vietnam. I wasn&#8…

Ao Quán – A touch of rural Vietnamese food and scene in Hanoi Centre

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Authentic food, affordable price, the rural scene and atmosphere here remind us of where we were and have been – Nostalgia. Ao Quán became our another favourite spot in town. I’ve been here 4 times and will be back again.     I first came to this place beyond my friend Khu’s recommendation – a […]

Nem – famous crispy spring rolls – 117 Bui Thi Xuan street

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

  NEM is well-known among local people for its square crispy crab spring rolls – the crispiness that is hard to achieve even for an experience cook like me.    This morning, as I woke up: – Would you go with me for the wedding dress? – I texted my fiance – Uh ok – […]

Look at the Beauty of These �Sh*thole� Countries

by emmazarah @ Fodor's Forum

I couldn't stop myself from thanking the people behind this article - Look at the Beauty of These �Sh*thole� Countries .It's really amazing! And...

Charlie Stein’s limited edition gin with Tarquin’s

by Dave Haffenden @ Rick Stein

Introducing a brand new limited edition gin by Charlie Stein and Tarquin’s. Charlie says: ‘I wanted to create a gin with Tarquin that used botanicals which could be collected around the Cornish coast. Each botanical adds a distinct flavour without overpowering the finished blend; wild chamomile gives floral, light citrus notes and a slight tropical […]

Day Trip Tucson to Bisbee (and area).

by otoole01 @ Fodor's Forum

Planning on a day trip from Tucson to Southern AZ later this week. Our plans are to go to Bisbee to see/do Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum, the...

Trip Report Dominican Republic " Terrenas" Vacation rental

by nrodriguez @ Fodor's Forum

Hello Everyone!! Please write to me about questions you may have about the listing!! Along the palm-fringed, white sand northern shore of the...

Hanoi street walking tour # 1 – where to eat Pho in Hanoi

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

If you are going to Hanoi and are asking “where to eat Pho” then you are in the right place. I’ve cooked pho to sell in London and Slovakia. Back to Vietnam I was seeking for places to try our Vietnamese “national” dish. I was looking for a clear both with nature delicate sweetness from […]

Trip Report Travel guide/ Travel blog on places to visit in Chandigarh

by sethib @ Fodor's Forum

Chandigarh happens to be my hometown and is currently one of the best cities to stay in India. This well planned city is clean and green with wide...

New York City

by Garth @ Phil and Garth

The Big Apple Garth’s been to New York City a couple of times, but it was Phil’s turn to take his first bite of the Big Apple. We reckon sightseeing doesn’t get much better than NYC as this giant metropolis must boast more iconic landmarks than any other city (well perhaps Rome?).  New York City plays a […]

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Another Barcelona itinerary review

by Christinen @ Fodor's Forum

Hello everyone! In mid April my husband and I will be going to Barcelona for the first time. A little background on us: we are both in our early...

Amsterdam

by Garth @ Phil and Garth

We’ve been a few times to Amsterdam, in fact it was the very first city we travelled abroad as a couple.  Amsterdam is perfect for a weekend getaway especially for us Brits, as it’s so close. An attractive city which is laid back, with a long history of tolerant attitudes which means you can just be yourself and nobody cares. Amsterdam is […]

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Corsica ... should we stay in Calvi or Bastia?

by dorm57 @ Fodor's Forum

We're planning a stay in Corsica this summer and would appreciate opinions on which coastal area might be preferable ... Calvi or Bastia. Either has...

Chichen Itza

by Garth @ Phil and Garth

Marvels of the Mayan world Whilst staying near Tulum we took a guided tour to the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza, set deep in the rainforest of the Yucatan peninsular. It’s 95 miles from Tulum and took us 2 hours by bus, if you’re going from Cancun it’s 122 miles. We were very excited as it was […]

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East-West Chicken Stock

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

For the most part, Asian meat broths and stocks rarely include a lot of vegetables. Onion and ginger and basically it. No carrot or celery. However, for the Paul Bocuse soup with truffles, I came up with this hybrid recipe. I made it in my Fagor Lux, but you can use an Instant Pot or...

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Berlin Food Digest #5 - Berlin Food Stories

Berlin Food Digest #5 - Berlin Food Stories


Berlin Food Stories

The latest Berlin restaurant openings. closings, gossip and general news on the Berlin food scene

Help with two nights in Bangkok

by hurrygirl @ Fodor's Forum

My husband and I have been travelling in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos for the last 6 weeks and are now in Thailand for only two weeks. We will be in...

Wasington State - 12 days in Sept. '18 - help needed

by Lauradublin @ Fodor's Forum

Hi all, I'm just beginning to plan a trip for me and a friend or two to Washington State. We are all in our 50's and are quilters. We will be...

Toronto

by Garth @ Phil and Garth

Multicultural Toronto Toronto is Canada’s largest city, it’s cosmopolitan and prosperous with a large popualtion to rival New York or Mexico City and it’s growing fast. It’s considered one of the most multicultural cities in the world made up of many diverse neighbourhoods. In addition to the two main languages of English and French you […]

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Rick Stein Barnes 1st Birthday Competition

by Dave Haffenden @ Rick Stein

To celebrate the 1st birthday of Rick Stein, Barnes, we’re giving you the chance to win a 3-course meal for two! We’ve had an amazing year (almost) since opening in Barnes last March, and have loved welcoming so many of you into our restaurant to sample a little slice of Cornwall to London. So, whether you’ve […]

Rick Stein – The Road to Mexico: Episode seven, Oaxaca to Yucatán Peninsula

by Dave Haffenden @ Rick Stein

Rick Stein The Road to Mexico: Episode seven Rick’s journey begins to draw to a close as he heads east from Oaxaca to the Yucatán Peninsula – a place once frequented by real pirates of the Caribbean, including our own Sir Francis Drake. First up, Rick savours an authentic Cuban spit roast pig BBQ, before […]

WINTER WALKS: PORTHLEVEN TO RINSEY HEAD

by Lizzie Williams @ Rick Stein

What better way to blow the cobwebs away this winter than taking a brisk winter walk. One of our favourite places to explore is Porthleven to Rinsey Head which passes, Giant’s Rock, the coves of Breage and the engine houses at Trewavas. The route from Porthleven to Rinsey Head:  6.8miles / 10.9km 1. Starting at […]

11 must try noodles in Hanoi

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

List of must try noodles in Hanoi 1. Phở – Phở noodle soup 2. Bún chả – Chargrilled pork and rice vermicelli 3. Bún riêu cua – Crap noodle soup 4. Bún ốc – Snail noodle soup 5. Phở xào – Stir-fried pho noodle 6. Bún cá – Fish noodle soup 7. Bún bung – […]

Rick Stein – The Road to Mexico: Episode five, Mexico City to Oaxaca

by Dave Haffenden @ Rick Stein

Rick Stein The Road to Mexico: Episode five And so to the capital, the melting pot that encapsulates a country that, despite its narrow stature, crosses three time zones.  For that simple reason, locals casually refer to the city as ‘Mexico’.  Not much has changed to the food that fed the former seat of the […]

Niagara Falls

by Garth @ Phil and Garth

Day trip to Niagara Falls from Toronto We booked an extra night during our stay in Toronto so we could take a full day trip to Niagara Falls. After doing a fair bit of research online it became clear from people’s negative comments that many of the tour operators (which there are many!) don’t offer […]

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Phnom Penh

by Garth @ Phil and Garth

  Turbulent Past, Bright Future After visiting Siem Reap and the temples of Angkor, we finished our tour of Cambodia with a short flight to the country’s cosmopolitan capital city of Phnom Penh.  It has a population of 2 million where the very rich and poor live side by side. The old city is near the river where you’ll find the […]

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Why | Viet Food Channel

Why | Viet Food Channel


Viet Food Channel

A Vietnamese food channel by native experience cooks and chefs ... Why US?!

Keukenhof

by Garth @ Phil and Garth

Tulips from Amsterdam (well nearby Keukenhof) Garth is a keen gardener and has been itching for a while to see the seasonal displays of Dutch tulips at one of the most famous and spectacular flower shows in the world – Keukenhof. So we decided to take a long weekend city break and head over to Amsterdam. Keukenhof is located […]

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Look at the Beauty of These �Sh*thole� Countries

by emmazarah @ Fodor's Forum

I couldn't stop myself from thanking the people behind this article - Look at the Beauty of These �Sh*thole� Countries .It's really amazing! And...

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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Siem Reap

by Garth @ Phil and Garth

https://vimeo.com/philandgarth/siem-reaphttps://vimeo.com/philandgarth/siem-reap   Gateway to Ancient Angkor Siem Reap is the gateway to the temples of Angkor which is just a 4 mile tuk tuk ride away, we stayed here for 4 nights to explore these magnificent man made wonders.  After filling out our immigration forms, we handed over a passport photo and US$35 each and we […]

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Rick Stein Book Signings 2018

by Dave Haffenden @ Rick Stein

We’re excited to announce the dates for Rick’s 2018 Cornish book signings. These ever-popular events provide you the chance to get your favourite cookery books signed by the man himself, and grab a quick photo too. Dates for your diary: The Cornish Arms (As part of our Beer and Mussel Festival) Saturday 17th March – 2pm […]

What is bún đậu mắm tôm?

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

  Vietnamese language break down: Bún means rice vermicelli Đậu means tofu Mắm tôm is fermented shrimp paste     Bún đậu mắm tôm is a “dip noodle” dish which consist of rice vermicelli, fragrant herbs, fried tofu and/or boiled pork, fried pork terrine served with shrimp paste dipping sauce. This is a very popular […]

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