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Old 08-16-2013, 08:03 AM   #61
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Fired shrimp = ???

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Fish noodle:



Spring roll:



Fired Shrimp
Chao ong VietHorse;;;;

i noticed that you noticed my tieng viet sau lam:>),,,,no i didn't google translate,,that's all i remember from 40+ years ago!!!!!

Sooooo,,,'fired shrimp' is that like seared over the charcoal fire??? or done in a wok????

Xin,,do us all a favor and edit/ add thee Vietnamese name for the great dishes you portray...i noticed very few restaurants in Vietnam had english or any other language on their menues....Yes some of the up-scale restaurants had pictures with their entrees AND tieng my va phap.....(FYI to our fellow inmates,,,tieng my =english,,,,,tieng phap = french)

cam on ong,,,
mot ,hai ba Do!!!
Canh ly!!

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Old 03-29-2014, 03:35 AM   #62
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Chao ong VietHorse;;;;

i noticed that you noticed my tieng viet sau lam:>),,,,no i didn't google translate,,that's all i remember from 40+ years ago!!!!!

Sooooo,,,'fired shrimp' is that like seared over the charcoal fire??? or done in a wok????

Xin,,do us all a favor and edit/ add thee Vietnamese name for the great dishes you portray...i noticed very few restaurants in Vietnam had english or any other language on their menues....Yes some of the up-scale restaurants had pictures with their entrees AND tieng my va phap.....(FYI to our fellow inmates,,,tieng my =english,,,,,tieng phap = french)

cam on ong,,,
mot ,hai ba Do!!!
Canh ly!!

ong Manh/woodyc
Howdy...
I don't think I could leave this thread for too long...
Will try my best to do as your advice, Woody.
Btw, my mistake of "fried shrimp" to "fired shrimp". :))))))))))))
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Old 03-29-2014, 03:43 AM   #63
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A sort of pork noodle (Bánh canh) - this you can only found in Southern part of VN:




Steamed Squid (Mực hấp):




must be using with this galic fish sauce (nước mắm tỏi):



A type of crab, don't know what is English name, but in Vietnamese is "ghẹ" :

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Old 05-14-2014, 09:50 PM   #64
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No caption needed, right?






It's goby hotpot, from very fresh goby:



See this Link then you will have more saliva comes out
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Old 05-22-2014, 02:15 PM   #65
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I just came back from a moto tour this past January and discovered 3 great dishes.

If youre in Hanoi, you gotta try Bun Cha. It's charbroiled ground pork patty, lettuce, herbs, rice noodles and you drown them in a fish type sauce. Its excellent.

Then you gotta try Xoi Xeo. It's sticky rice, with fried mung beans, shredded chicken all covered in fried shallots. It's so great, Im willing to bend my bad knees sitting on little red plastic chairs.

3rd, if youre with company (or really really hungry) sweet and sour hotpot is AWESOME.
Since you are in SoCal, if you like Vietnamese foods, go to Little Saigon in Orange county. They have much better Vietnamese foods there than in Vietnam. Why? Beside that they cook genuine Vietnamese foods, abundance of meats and ingredients here in US made them so much better.
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Old 05-22-2014, 05:43 PM   #66
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I so long for a good Vietnamese sandwich. One of the best sandwiches in the world.
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It's goby hotpot, from very fresh goby:



See this Link then you will have more saliva comes out
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I so long for a good Vietnamese sandwich. One of the best sandwiches in the world.
I have a Banh Mi with grilled pork every Sunday at my local Pho place.

If you're in Seattle you have lots of options for Vietnamese food.
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I am in the Philippines and am still looking to fine. I did have many places in Seattle, and I miss that.
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Little Saigon in Westminster, CA is our home away from home for Vietnamese food.

Some of the staples we seek out on a regular basis:

Banh Beo and Bun Bo Hue



Banh Cuon ( I eat this 3 or 4 days a week when I'm in Vietnam)



Com Tam (again something I eat regularly)



And wash it all down with some Nuoc Mia

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Old 08-11-2014, 09:07 PM   #71
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What's menu for today? Seafood.












Yammmmyyyy.....

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Man, those look really sumptous.
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The little girl's expression seems to ask "when do we eat?".
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