Ask any Asian you know what is their favorite dish? I bet more than half of the answers will be Noodle. Either fried noodle or soup noodle, many Asians and also non-Asians are obsessed with noodle dishes.
Growing up in a family, in which we didn’t eat anything but noodle soup for breakfast, I didn’t have a choice but to love experimenting with noodle dishes. My most favorite noodle is rice noodle, which is typically found in Pho in the US. But back home in Vietnam, we have so MANY other options you can cook with rice noodles.
Below is my most favorite Vietnamese rice noodle dished with links to the best recipes I have tried.
1. Pho Bo
Most important: Make the Broth Clear!
2. Bun Bo Hue
Important: Make the Broth nicely red and moderately spicy.
3. Bun Moc Doc Mung:
Important: Make the broth from pork bone only to add the flavor to the pork with mushroom mixture.
4. Bun Ca
Important: Make the broth with a stronger fishy taste by adding fishing sauce.
As you can see in all the recipes, the most important thing is to nail on the broth in order to make the perfect and authentic taste of the soup.
Chuc Ban An Ngon!
Last night’s episode, helmed by the superstars Ben Affleck and Kanye West, let the spotlight shine on Fred Armisen and Bill Hader in some really terrific salutations to the departing veterans. In eight years on SNL, Hader has unquestionably left his mark. His impressions of Al Pacino, Vincent Price, Alan Alda, James Carville and many more, were spot-on; his original characters like TV reporter Herb Welch, Italian talk show host Vinny Vedecci, and countless game show hosts, are unforgettable. But no performance of Hader’s has elicited as big an audience reaction over the years as his portrayal of the New York City correspondent for Weekend Update, Stefon. And it was only right that the writers gave Stefon a proper NYC send-off, filled with just about everyone he’s talked of at the desk over the years.
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Am I naked too?
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Top 10 Cities in Europe | Paris
To be accomplished soon
Non, Rien de rien
Non, Je ne regrette rien
Je repars à zéro
Car ma vie, car mes joies
Aujourd’hui, ça commence avec toi —
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Look at me now
Did you know that there is a website where you can post things you would do if you weren’t afraid? I didn’t know such thing exists until I Googled “What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid”
http://whatwouldyoudoifyouwerentafraid.com/ is a cool site originating from partnership between Facebook Analog Research Library and Project M.
Facebook Analog Research Library is a playground for Facebook employees to have fun and create something with provided tools. Some common products of the analog are posters, booklets and T-shirts. Even the analog is Facebook internal platform, it certainly does inspire other companies to foster a more open and creative work place. Project M is a program for creative folks to work on projects that will create positive change. Many sites with similar goal have been existing (try to google “positive change”). But what is special about Project M is that it tries to form a larger community for creatively oriented individuals to contribute their talent and ideas.
Every day there are more sites like whatwouldyoudoifyouwerentafraid.com and The M Project are born. This is a good sign because It shows more and more people are doing things that they wouldn’t do if they were afraid. When will You (I) join them?
Cheers to the new age of thinking, creativity and change.