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The Spices Of Life . . .: Giò Thủ (Vietnamese Head Cheese)

The Spices Of Life . . .: Giò Thủ (Vietnamese Head Cheese)

Steamed Chicken with Chinese Mushroom – China Sichuan Food

Steamed Chicken with Chinese Mushroom

Bun Rieu Cua Tom Oc (Vietnamese Crab and Shrimp Rice Vermicelli Noodle Soup with Snails) 13

Bun Rieu Cua Tom Oc (Vietnamese Crab and Shrimp Rice Vermicelli Noodle Soup with Snails) 13

Welcome to Eatlover Kitchen: BÁNH QUAI VẠC HAY BÁNH LỌC TRẦN

Welcome to Eatlover Kitchen: BÁNH QUAI VẠC HAY BÁNH LỌC TRẦN

Cookin’ Canuck | Vietnamese Caramel Ginger Chicken (Ga Kho) Recipe

Vietnamese Caramel Ginger Chicken (Ga Kho)

Landjaeger. Such a cool name, eh? It’s a German dry-cured sausage that is made small enough to fit into your coat pocket on a cold day hiking, fishing — or hunting. Thus the name. Traditionally made with beef and pork, my landjaeger is made with venison and pork fat. You could use any red meat […]

Venison Landjaeger

Landjaeger. Such a cool name, eh? It’s a German dry-cured sausage that is made small enough to fit into your coat pocket on a cold day hiking, fishing — or hunting. Thus the name. Traditionally made with beef and pork, my landjaeger is made with venison and pork fat. You could use any red meat […]

Bun Thit Nuong: In large bowl, combine vermicelli with grilled pork,  lots of fresh herbs, cucumbers, beansprouts, pickled carrots and daikon, crushed roasted peanuts, scallion oil and dress with nuoc mam cham (dipping fish sauce).

Bun Thit Nuong: In large bowl, combine vermicelli with grilled pork, lots of fresh herbs, cucumbers, beansprouts, pickled carrots and daikon, crushed roasted peanuts, scallion oil and dress with nuoc mam cham (dipping fish sauce).

Vietnamese Style Caramel Chicken Wings

Vietnamese Style Caramel Chicken Wings

Vietnamese Style Spicy Caramel Chicken Wings recipe from Closet Cooking. Ingredients: cup water, cup sugar, cup fish sauce, 2 tablespoons lime juice lime), 2 tablespoons chili sauce (such as.

In the olden days, this was called the magic catfish. People could eat this for days with rice because of the syrup. Ca Kho To

In the olden days, this was called the magic catfish. People could eat this for days with rice because of the syrup. Ca Kho To

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