“Bánh mì” is such a delicious and convenient treat. It is truly “fast food” of Vietnam. Along side with the famous “Bánh mì” (sandwich type), there is “Bánh mì chảo”, usually for dine-in. Regardless which versions, “Bánh mì” has become a phenomena in Vietnamese street food cuisine.
During the Spring break, we spared some times to try new things, including the well-known Beef Wellington. This is our first attempt to prepare this dish from scratch. There is no recipe here, this is just a record of our first try!
We’re gonna do a blind taste test to compare between Death Wish Coffee (rumored as World Strongest Coffee) and Vietnamese Coffee (rumored to give many people “coffee shock). We will start with the Dark roast vs. Trung Nguyen Creativity 4 first. Will I be able to? Let’s find out!
Broth and stock are the base of so many soup recipes and can be used interchangeable. The only difference is how they are made. This long informative post is a collection of different broths and stocks with some recipe recommendations.
How much have you known about chocolate? Let’s find out together!
To me, Vietnamese coffee is the best. A post on general information about coffee and how I enjoy mine at home.
I made BBQ sauces from the recipes of the two chefs that I admired: Christine Ha and Joshua Weissman. Let’s take a brief look on how the sauces turned out.
It’s a simple guide to cook 3 main types of rice: white rice (jasmine rice), brown rice and black rice WITHOUT a rice cooker.
Instead of buying vegetable stock, why not making ones at home? Super easy and way more flavorful!