Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Vietnam -- On The Street Where You Eat
A street corner chef in Hanoi, Vietnam, this past August barbecues the meat for bun cha over a small charcoal brazier. This pork, rice noodle and broth one dish meal was one of the best meals of our lives and cost roughly $1.10 for the two of us.
We sat at a low table surrounding by locals who seemed tickled to see the big clumsy Americans try to fit on the small stools. But our enjoyment of the food transcended our differences and we all were nodding and beaming and smiling at each other in no time.
I had the "fancy" version of this dish at my cooking class at a hotel in Hanoi. It was good, but our street corner repast was even better.
Watch for more on food in Vietnam.
Posted by FJKramer at 1:06 PM
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Congratulations Cream Puff. Let me be the first proper comment on your blog. The others are just spam. I'm sure you will have lots of fun posting and participating in the online food and wine challenges.
Hi FJK - I'm glad you had a great time in Vietnam - everything looks/sounds fascinating, especially the street food! Keiko
thank you ,im vietnamese, im very glad to know that all of you like vietnamfood that 's very delicious..and have many spice ..hope all of you visit my country many times .^^
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