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Framing Vietnamese Food


Vietnam Food
Street Food: Here’s the stall where i had my first real pork roll in Vietnam. So great to have your favourite food in its native country. There was plenty of action around the stall.
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Vietnam Food street food vendor saigon
Street food vendor Saigon
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Vietnam Food Street food, Hanoi
Street food, Hanoi
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Vietnam Food
Street food at Hanoi: Food stalls in the small alley ways of the Old Town of Hanoi
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shellfish in vietnam Food
Shellfish in Vietnam
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fried spring rolls in vietnam Food
Fried spring rolls in Vietnam
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Vietnam Food Banh Cuon
Banh Cuon
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Vietnam Food Banh Cuon
Banh Cuon
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Vietnam Food Vietnamese pancake
Vietnamese pancake
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Vietnam Food A lunch of elephant fish
A lunch of elephant fish: This showy fish is served in a rice paper wrapper with fresh greens and vermicelli noodles and dipped in nuoc mam. The plate on the left contains green sticky rice & mung bean in a banana leaf wrapper, friend spring rolls and sweet potato. Coca Cola in Vietnam tastes so much better to my palate. First, it’s less carbonated. Second, it is sweetened with palm sugar, not corn syrup. Third, it has a faint 5-spice flavor.
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Vietnam Food Elephant Fish
Elephant Fish
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Vietnam Food Typical Vietnamese Coffee
Typical Vietnamese Coffee
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Vietnam Food Vietnamese Coffee With Sweetened Condensed Milk
Vietnamese Coffee With Sweetened Condensed Milk
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Vietnam Food Roast Dog and Caged Cat
Roast Dog and Caged Cat – Cat Ba, Vietnam
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One Response to “Framing Vietnamese Food”

  1. angela says:

    stop killing dogs and cats

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