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Cơm - an agricultural symbol

Cơm – an agricultural symbol

If you have ever tried Cơm Việt (Vietnamese plain boiled rice), you will find the difference from the boiled rice in other countries! In an...
Bun Cha

Bun Cha

Bun Cha is a dish of grilled pork and noodle. It’s served with grilled pork patties (cha) and white vermicelli noodles (bun). Usually it’s...
Banh Goi (Pillow Cake)

Banh Goi (Pillow Cake)

A good dish for cold days in Vietnam, “Banh Goi” attracts guests at first sight for its pretty baby pillow shape and its colorful...
Moon Cake

It’s not mid-autumn festival without Moon cake

The moon cake festival or the Mid autumn festival (Trung Thu) is not far away! The moon cake isn't a street cake as it's expensive...

Vietnamese wine – things to know

When we say that Vietnam is warming with reds these days, we aren't making a political statement, of course. We're talking about Vietnamese wine. With...
Hanh Muoi - Pickled Onions

Hanh Muoi – Pickled Onions

Hanh Muoi (Pickled Onions) is one of the indispensable dishes served in Tet Holiday of Vietnam.
Che - sweet dessert in Hanoi

Che – sweet dessert in Hanoi

There are many kinds of Che you can taste in Hanoi such as che do den (black turtle bean); che do xanh (mung bean); che dau do (red kidney bean); che khoai mon (taro); che com (young green rice); che sen (lotus seed) or che thap cam (mixed all).

Pickled Mustard Greens (Dua Cai Chua)

Mustard greens are sturdy vegetables and so are really great for pickling. When pickled just right they are crispy and satisfyingly tart.  My Mom used...

Mut – Fruit Jam

Tet or Lunar New Year is the most important holiday of Vietnamese. Besides Banh Chung, Mut also is indispensable food in Tet. In this article, we will introduce to you 3 most famous kinds of Mut in Vietnam, they are: Mut dua, Mut quat and Mut me.

Best sticky rice dishes of Vietnamese people (Part 1)

The following are some the most popular sticky rice dishes you can try in Vietnam.