Banh cong Soc Trang impresses foodies from near and far
The southern province of Soc Trang is not only well-known nationwide for its attractive tourist sites like Nga Nam floating market and Doi Temple, but also for its many food specialties such as banh cong (a traditional hand-made rice cake).
Black beans and coconut cake: A signature dish of Binh Dinh Province
‘Banh trung’ (black beans and coconut cake) is a signature dish of Binh Dinh Province.
American magazine names 29 Vietnamese dishes visitors should try
Renowned fashion magazine Vogue of the United States has revealed a list of 29 Vietnamese dishes that visitors should try when going to a Vietnamese restaurant or visiting the nation…
Mac khen, an indispensable spice of ethnic groups in the northwestern region
In Muong language, the name of mac khen is rather self-explanatory, describing the pungent, peppery smell of the spice. However, its fragrance compound is far more complex than pepper with an additional crisp, dry woodiness woven into green citruses. This makes mac khen a truly versatile spice that can elevate any dish, said Nga. 
French vlogger aspires to promote Vietnamese cuisine
Will Courageux is flying the flag for Viet Nam, helping to spread the word about the country to a global audience. The French vlogger goes by the name Will in Vietnam, and his videos feature local culture and cuisine.
Vietnamese food named among world’s top 10 best cuisine
The nation has been named among the leading 10 countries from around the world with the best food, according to readers’ votes of The Travel, the world's most interesting site for travel tips.
Pink cake – a delicacy of Binh Dinh province
Pink cake is used as a gift during engagement and wedding ceremonies
Coconuts give soul to Bến Tre delicacies
Coconuts are a popular fruit in Việt Nam, especially in the south. It need only helps to cool you down on a hot day but also contains various vitamins and minerals.
Quang noodle- more than just a dish!
Quang noodle has been recognised as a "food heritage" of the south of Hai Van Pass and has received high praise from tourists travelling to Quang Nam. But for the natives, even when they come to America, they still argue about this delicacy when someone treats them to a bowl of Quang noodles to remember their hometown.
( TITC) Eggs Festival is one of the activities within the framework of the programme “Vietnam Family Day in 2022”. It is organised by Vietnam Art Exhibition Centre coordinated with Hanoi Media, Hanoi Chef Association, World Association of Masterchefs in Vietnam, Megalink Co.. The event is named Vietnam and International Cuisine and Culture Festival - Eggs Festival.
Hung Yen rice cakes enchant with rural flavour
 ‘Banh te’ or ‘banh rang bua’ is a specialty of Phung Cong Commune in the northern province of Hung Yen. Its taste is derived from the sweetness of meat and the crispiness of cat’s ear mixed with soft and flavourful rice powder.
Bun cha listed in the British Queen's Platinum Jubilee Cookbook
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's monarchy, 70 British embassies around the world have compiled recipes for the dishes served during visits by the British royal family.
Spicy ‘banh mi’: A speciality of Hai Phong city
 Among the different versions of ‘banh mi’ available in Vietnam, the ‘banh mi cay’ (spicy ‘banh mi’) of Hai Phong may be the humblest, consisting of just a baguette, some pate and a squeeze of local chilli sauce.
Find Hue’s distinctive flavor in this dish
Food lovers will find it hard to resist the baby clam vermicelli —a signature dish from Hue City, a combination of soft baby clams, roasted peanuts and local herbs
"Banh ep": A dish certain to satisfy nighttime cravings in Hue
'Banh ep' (Hue-style crepe), made with tapioca flour, pork and herbs never fails to impress visitors to Hue city.
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