Tag Archives: vietnamese
Sometimes I think my menu isn’t big enough. There are hundreds, thousands of recipes I’d like to try but I’ve inadvertently developed a menu that people like. There are a handful of plates people would be sad to see go, … Continue reading
Masters of a Cuisine by Calling, not Roots – NYTimes.com. I posted this because one day, in the not-so-distant future, I want to travel through Vietnam and all over southeast Asia gathering recipes and stories. Papaya Thief Goes Global?
Hard to resist on these rainy Portland days. This vacation is about 75% based on eating this stuff.
Here’s our recipe for nuoc mam, the essential Vietnamese fish sauce that I use a lot. I can’t get enough of it. It’s nice to make a batch of this and have it in your fridge for later use… in … Continue reading