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Com Hen soul of Hue street cuisine

10:42 | 20/02/2020

Pairing leftover rice from the previous night with baby mussels, Hue cuisine embodies the notion of zero waste.

Smaller, tastier, healthier: the Van Dinh duck

10:38 | 10/02/2020

The name of Van Dinh village in Hanoi's Ung Hoa district will ring a bell in the minds of traditional food aficionados all over the country. For hundreds of years, the 'Vit co Van Dinh' (small-sized duck of Van Dinh) has been well known for its special taste and featured on the menu of many restaurants.

‘Chao hau’, an unforgettable dish from Quang Binh

08:37 | 02/02/2020

Quang Binh is known far and wide for its virgin beaches and natural landscapes, and also a specialty known as Chao hau (oyster congee).

Phu The cake: An eternal symbol of love of husbands and wives

07:26 | 27/01/2020

Have you ever been to a traditional Vietnamese wedding and happened to see a couple of small cakes wrapped in an attractive layer of green leaves? Well, everything has its own story and with the wedding season vibe in the air, today’s story is about Phu The cake – one of the symbolic specialties of Vietnamese wedding culture.

Candied coconut ribbons, a Tet delicacy

08:22 | 26/01/2020

Candied coconut ribbons, which are made from coconut meat, sugar, and milk, becomes a snack favoured by many Vietnamese, especially during Tet holidays.

Banh gio, softest rice dough dumpling

20:29 | 25/01/2020

Banh gio (rice dough dumpling with minced pork and wood ear mushrooms inside) is favoured as a breakfast dish and as an after-school supper dish for children.

‘Goi la’: An interesting twist on the ‘spring roll’ in Kon Tum Province

14:33 | 23/01/2020

Every day, in the afternoon and late evening, Tran Cao Van Street in downtown Kon Tum Province becomes crowded with foodies who come to taste ‘goi la’, a savoury dish which features fresh green leaves, pork, shrimp and sauce.

Chau Doc fish noodle soup

08:24 | 19/01/2020

'Bun ca Chau Doc', or Chau Doc fish noodle soup, originated in Cambodia before people in the Mekong Delta tweaked it to fit their taste. Now it can be found almost everywhere in Chau Doc Town of An Giang Province, 250 km west of Ho Chi Minh City.