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10 quintessential Vietnamese foods that everyone should taste.
Learn how to make a veggie-friendly version of Pho - Vietnamese noodle soup.
Bo Ne - Vietnamese steak 'n' eggs served on a sizzling cow-shaped platter.
Candy coated plums ona stick from Wangfujing Snack Street in Beijing.
Olympic stadium snacks inside the Bird's Nest in Beijing.
NOT General Tso's chicken. A mean bowl of noodles from the streets of China.
This little Kalamansi is a big deal in Pinoy (Filipino) cuisine.
Have you ever seen a more gorgeous piece of pork? Filipino Lechon is nothing short of heavenly.
It's called The Big Cheese and weighs 1.4 kilograms. Guess how many people it took to polish this burger off?
Grillin' goat in Saigon. It's tastier than you think!
There's something strange and yet strangely appealing about seeing these crustaceans alive and kicking prior to consuming them.
If you have a passion for fruits, you're really going to dig passion fruit!
Vietnamese Banh Khot - Small crispy pancakes topped with shrimp, pork, fish and my favorite, OYSTERS!
A bowl of bun thit nuong that's better than Mom's.
Guc fruit turns ordinary sticky rice into extraordinary sticky rice.
Vietnamese Thach - layers of coconut milk, pandan and coffee with a dash of agar agar.
No, it's not a dinosaur egg. It's a Soursop!
Thailand's Marian Plum or Map-Rang is a cousin of the mango in miniature. Its skin is edible and uniquely taut.
Swan-shaped cream puffs in Bangkok. Ridiculously cute and deliciously sweet.
Sipping on Thai iced tea on the streets of Bangkok. The plastic bag definitely adds to the experience.
Cockles fried in garlic on the streets of Saigon
Omakase - the new/old approach to eating sushi
Not your average root vegetable - Khoai Mo from Vietnam.
The caramelized sugar glaze atop the freshly fried dough is what makes this Vietnamese donut especially delightful.
Exploring the floating markets of the Mekong Delta.
Although Sugar Apples look reptilian on the outside, there is nothing cold-blooded about this sweet and juicy fruit.
You're looking at stuffed shells. Forget pasta, these involve snails!
Sweet and savory Vietnamese stick rice - xoi bap - served street side in Saigon.
It doesn't get any fresher than grilled clams served on the beach in Vietnam.
It's Longan season here in Vietnam and I just can't get enough of these "dragon eyes."
Pitaya - magenta on the outside, white and juicy on the inside
Bite with caution: Durian flavored cream puff
In Saigon, there's no need to wait for the Luner New Year to eat "banh chung."
Would you pay $10 for a mangosteen?