Iron Chef Vietnam? Yes, it’s coming. And famed Vietnamese American Chef Khai Duong is taking the main seat at the dinner table.
As their dispensable income goes up, Asians are developing a taste for American fast foods. And with it comes the increased risk of obesity.
If you see me tearing up while watching Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in “You’ve Got Mail” today, it’s not became I’m lonely and envious, it’s because the Sriracha sauce has got my top ramen so darn spicy.
An elephant penis can now fetch as high as $1,000 and a pair of tusks as high as $63,000. Though illegal, poaching has now reached what environmentalists are calling a “crisis point.”
A sign that Vietnamese food is in vogue: From the people who brought you the Chipotle chain restaurants comes ShopHouse, a new restaurant that brings bánh mì and other Southeast Asian dishes into the mainstream.
Vietnamese cuisine is exquisite not just because of its light and delectable taste, but also because of the health benefits that comes along with it. These benefits are often to attributed to the generous use of herbs. Let’s take a look at how those herbs settled on to our plates.
Thang Long, Dragon Fruit, not only looks unique, but is also beneficial to one’s health.
Pho–no longer just a bowl delightful of slippery rice noodles, but a veritable challenge in itself.
What has The Colonel come to symbolize in Vietnam?
Banh mi is big money.