student | urban planning | revolutionary marxist
dictatorship of the kumquat
Making noodle soup is an art form that take a bit of time, but most of the time is passive cooking. I encourage you to try making your own bowl so that you may savor and appreciate a well-crafted bowl
Because I hate exercise and I’m vaguely bored, I’m following some quack caveman diet that requires me to drink butter coffee every morning and renounce staples. No rice, sugar, bread, noodles…
Aside from the fact that it doesn’t appear to have made me any less mushy, the diet has removed the heart-wrenching beauty of meals like this from my life.
Bun Bo Hue cooked in an old woman’s house on some dusty district road in the overgrown penumbras of the city.
She seemed nervous and uncertain about us. Her daughter cried at the sight of us and disappeared into a sparse bedroom.
In the end, the old lady wouldn’t believe that she’d just served me the best bowl of the stuff I’d ever had.
Time and boiling reduced the beef to rich tendons stuck together by delicious, jellied fat. The broth. Well. Just look at it.
It was a gift.
Hu tieu bo vien va nuoc mia
smh omg so good i miss everything including the cheap as shit and fresh nuoc mia
#TriviaTuesday - did you know that it takes over 16 ingredients to make a delicious and authentic bowl of Pho? From oxtail and beef bones (marrow and all) to star anise and rock sugar; if you’re lucky enough to live in a place where it’s possible to enjoy an authentic bowl, you should know, a lot of love went into that one bowl! And while we’re all for DIY eating, we’d encourage you to forego the shopping trip and 4-5 hour simmering process and come and enjoy the bowl we’ve made just for you. It has just about all the love we have to put in it. Come taste for yourself. We just LOVE Pho- don’t you?