FOOD 1

The Vietnamese are known for their food…..they did not disappoint.

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Squid, clams, bananas, cucumbers, soup,mystery meat, and fresh peanuts.

Lychee: often part of the selection of breakfast fruits

Lychee: often part of the selection of breakfast fruits

Hue' market

Hue’ market

bean buckets

bean buckets

Banana salad and fresh mango juice....lunch!

Banana salad and fresh mango juice….lunch!

Banana flower salad

Banana flower salad

Noodles, fresh bean sprouts, thinly sliced beef, LOTS of fresh mint, scallions, coriander and sometimes unknowns. And one slice (for us) of really hot fresh chili.  Breakfast....or, lunch....or, dinner!

Noodles, fresh bean sprouts, thinly sliced beef, LOTS of fresh mint, scallions, coriander and sometimes unknowns. And one slice (for us) of really hot fresh chili. Breakfast….or, lunch….or, dinner!

Lunch up in the clam aerie

Lunch up in the clam aerie

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Jean up in the clam shack

Jean up in the clam shack

Hue market

Hue market

Tea house in Hoi An run by Reaching Out, an organization supporting deaf young people. They run the tea house with grace and elegance.

Tea house in Hoi An run by Reaching Out, an organization supporting deaf young people. They run the tea house with grace and elegance.

Mounds of pickled fish in the market in Chau Doc

Mounds of pickled fish in the market in Chau Doc

Whole fried fish- Mekong Delta area..looks wild but really yummy in a fresh spring roll kind of affair

Whole fried fish- Mekong Delta area..looks wild but really yummy in a fresh spring roll kind of affair

Assembling the fish spring roll--thin, thin rice paper, lettuce, cucumber, herbs (lots o' mint) and fish then roll tightly

Assembling the fish spring roll–thin, thin rice paper, lettuce, cucumber, herbs (lots o’ mint) and fish then roll tightly

Dragon fruit!!!

Dragon fruit!!!

Still life in Chau Doc market

Still life in Chau Doc market

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Kim-chi

Kim-chi

Fried bananas in coconut

Fried bananas in coconut

Brad and Angelina's place

Brad and Angelina’s place

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Tamarind, turmeric, and other spices

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