Cooking of a traditional fish dish in a fishermen’s shack on Tamariu beach, a traditional seafood meal,in a shack, maybe with a few fishermen present.
I know that we only learned the easiest part of how to make kimchi, but even so, I learned the ingredients, some of them very surprising, and felt I had the inside scoop on how to make kimchi.
I always wondered how to cook beef rendang, the famous spicy beef that is ubiquitous in Indonesia and Malaysia. During our cooking class in Langkawi, Cook With Shuk, we were able to learn how to cook beef rendang, even if it was a speedy version of the generally slow cooked dish.
I can’t really remember when I first tasted pho in Vietnam. I imagine it was some time in 2009, during our first trip, and most likely in Saigon. Since that time, though, I have been infatuated with the concept of pho, most notably in eating as much pho as possible while in Vietnam. But, I have always been curious how to make pho.
Not many people can say that Dong Ha, Vietnam, is their second home. Nor can many people say that they have traveled to a city like Dong Ha five times. It is one of the most unique places that we have been to so many times. It is no surprise then that when were greeted back to Dong Ha we were invited to eat snake in Vietnam for the first time. Welcome to Dong Ha.