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Home cooked food from HueHome cooked food from Hue
A tasty snack.
Vegetarian cuisine in HueVegetarian cuisine in Hue
For our ancestral ceremony the army of aunties prepared a vegetarian feast. It was absolutely delicious!
Proper KitchenProper Kitchen
Even if inside there is a big kitchen, for some tasks they still use the old wood-fired stove behind the house. I love it! Seriously, I think cooking on an open fire is just so much more satisfying.
Innards as midnight snackInnards as midnight snack
Upon arrival we got some innards, pork, vegetables and dipping sauce as a midnight snack. Not bad, even if I usually am not a fan of entrails.
RamieRamie
Here we have ramie, a relative of our stinging nettle, used to make the fantabulous banh gai in Hue.
Hibiscus LeavesHibiscus Leaves
Hibiscus leaves are used to make banh gai more tasty, as well as for preparing a strong and aromatic tea.
Vegetable market Phu LocVegetable market Phu Loc
The local market in Phu Loc near Hue is a real treasure trove when it comes to all things related to local food.
Buying great duriansBuying great durians
The local market in Phu Loc near Hue is a real treasure trove when it comes to all things related to local food.
Crockery at the local marketCrockery at the local market
The local market in Phu Loc near Hue is a real treasure trove when it comes to all things related to local food.
BanhBanh
The local market in Phu Loc near Hue is a real treasure trove when it comes to all things related to local food.