When it’s about food

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If there are no clean dishes left, it is also possible with banana leaves. Cathrin’s Facebook 10-21-2017
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Lợn Mường

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birthday dinner

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Today my “cooking-master” Huyền, along with Giang and Hạnh, cooked a special birthday meal for me. It was a mix of Vietnamese cuisine and the cuisine of the Muong, which the sixteen-year-old Huyền has mastered almost perfectly after two years in Luong Son. Thank you. Cathrin’s Blog: Zwischen Traditionen und Moderne
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Chemistry-free

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New Year’s meal with the neighbours

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I love the Mường’s food. Cathrin’s Blog: Zwischen Traditionen und Moderne
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A snack to go

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For the peckish

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Hanoi’s heart beats Jazz

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I have deliberately waited a while, before I wrote this blog entry. If I had written it a few days after my arrival, I would have headlined: “They eat dogs in Vietnam.” Yes, not only in China but also in Vietnam dog is considered a delicacy. Similarly, Vietnamese like to eat incubated eggs. While wandering […]
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