Learning to Cook Vietnamese Food | TPGtv Episode 16


While it might seem like I’m all about points and
miles, I travel to experience new cultures and try new things especially
when that includes interesting foods so when I discovered a delicious new
dish in Hanoi, I wanted to learn how to make it myself. This is TPGtv. After a few days in Hanoi I was
quickly falling in love with Vietnam. Though the city can be hectic, with nonstop traffic and
crowds and lots of life and noise, there were also little moments of quiet delight and fun as well. One of the best ways to gain insight into the Vietnamese way of life was through the country’s cuisine, not only its dishes, but how people there eat. To the outside eye, it might appear that eating is a hurried afterthought. Many people here take their meals on the go or at curbside stalls, but just because the setting isn’t fancy, does’t mean that the food isn’t delicious Bun cha is a Hanoi specialty. A juicy pork patty barbecued over an open
grill and served with cold rice noodles fresh greens and a sweet chili sauce, one
bite and I was hooked. I loved it so much, that I wanted to learn how to make it myself, so I booked a private class at You have to pay cash but because I’m a
Chase private client the bank waves all ATM cash withdrawal fees. This is chef Nee Young and he’s got decades of experience in the kitchen, and I’m hoping just a little bit rubs off on me. Once I was decked out I was ready to try
making Bun cha. While that was a delicious way to spend an afternoon, I don’t think I’ll be quitting my day job anytime soon and that’s good because… On the next TPGtv, we sail the waters of Ha Long Bay and explore its mystical islands.

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  1. Haha love this video 👍🏻👍🏻 im the one who love bun cha forever and u made my stomach get burn right now 😂😂

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