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Culinary interaction in the Mekong Delta

Kinh (ethnic Vietnamese), Chinese, Khmer and Cham peoples who live together on the same swathes of land in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta have retained their...

A tasty version of rice noodle soup in Ben Tre

Banh canh, a type of rice noodle soup, is common in the provinces in the Mekong Delta. Each province has its own version of...

The fruit and pork ribs make Hanoi memorable

Sau (Dracontomelon) is a common fruit in Hanoi. Giving a special sour taste, it is an indispensable ingredient of many Hanoi’s specialties like rice...

A Hanoian dish which originates from Saigon

Bun nem ran, deep fried spring roll with white vermicelli, is originally from Saigon, a southern city. However, when it comes to Hanoi, the...

A dish in Hue

Banh ep (in Vietnamese ep means “press” or “exerting physical force on something”), literally “pressed pie,” is a dish from Hue City in Thua...

Soft outside, crunchy inside

Available on special occasions, such as wedding parties, family reunions and the Lunar New Year, Rang Bua—a long, soft, chewy pie—is a flavorful specialty...

Delicacy from Vietnam’s former capital

Hue City—Vietnam’s ancient capital—has amassed a collection of tasty specialties. The steamed rice cake is one among them. In Vietnam’s central region, two kinds of...

Delicate chicken pho in Hanoi

Of the several versions available so far of pho, the Vietnamese rice noodle soup, chicken soup is plausibly the most “delicate.” In Hanoi, this...

A snack offered by Dalat, the city of mist

Rather popular in Saigon, this snack—whose main ingredients are green papaya fibers and beef jerky—has a different name in Dalat City in Lam Dong...

Danang rice vermicelli with fish paste

What characterizes bún mắm nêm Đà Nẵng (Danang rice vermicelli with fish paste) is its stronger flavor as well as the addition of pork,...

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