10 things i miss of mum"s cooking

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On6:11 AM , FooDcrazEEsaid...

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OMG......all ur food in the meme cept for the gummy, chuckle ....NGON QUA.....especially the khoai mon....ooh!BTW, there"s a soup made of taro and its sort of purplish in colour..do u have the recipe ? cant remember the name though.

  On10:30 AM , Little Corner of Minesaid...

Thanks for completing the meme, tt. Oh, I love steamed taro with roasted pork too, delicious!

  On12:59 PM , hoangtam/ttsaid...

ching,happy to bởi it.foodcrazee,do you mean canh khoai mo? the soup has a thick texture an lượt thích congee right?

  On9:27 PM , Anonymoussaid...

Mommies r the best things that happened lớn us!phuong

  On7:31 AM , the shrewnesssaid...

do you know of an online store that sells good chrysanthemum tea? ive found a few but yên ổn scared that they sell the nasty stuff.

  On1:24 AM , hoangtam/ttsaid...

shrewness,I buy the tea from local grocery stores, not online so can"t refer you to an online store...

  On8:18 PM , chihaisaid...

miss your food
dv...guess who m i? hhihihi..

  On11:36 PM , hoangtam/ttsaid...

I dunno too many chị nhị to guess.

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  On6:27 PM , Askazombiehousewifesaid...

I want to lớn thank you for such a lovely post. I could feel your mother"s love khổng lồ you. I hope my family one day thinks of me the same way.

  On6:10 PM , Anonymoussaid...

Hey,i used lớn read your recipe in one of the vietnamese forums but can"t remember which one. Can you refresh my memory!

  On9:27 PM , hoangtam/ttsaid...

hoang,It"s datviet.com ....and I"m still there.

  On8:42 PM , Anonymoussaid...

My father is Hakka too. I remember around May 5 Lunar calendar, he cooked Hakka cake (the ingredients are blackbean, giò heo, và bột dẻo, oil, etc). Now I could no longer khổng lồ eat his delicious Hakka cake. Don"t know if your mom have this receipe to cốt truyện with. I love to lớn learn this cake to lớn remember my father. Thanks for sharing your cooking. I learn alot from your blog. Thank you.Linh

  On3:49 PM , Boots và Scarfsaid...

I love what you have been telling story about your mom"s cooking. Every dish is a meaning story of your childhood :D. I don"t have that luck. My mom didn"t cook anything when I was little. As seen your profile, I have been grown up in the US. How meaningful you still remember these thing và write the whole blog with a "Vietnamese soul" recipes. My god, I am so touched by your blog. I guess you are around my age as well. How talented you are knowing và writing down all your recipes. I am in love with your blog lol.

  On4:02 PM , Boots and Scarfsaid...

You know what? It"s really touching when I read this entry. Every single dish was a little story about your childhood.My mom didn"t cook for me when I was little. My trang chủ was right beside the market so I just came out there to lớn buy food whenever I am hungry. I am jealous of you, you know? As seen from your profile, you have been grown up in the US. Even there, your mom still cooked a lot for you. I myself grew up in Vietnam, but my mom rarely had a chance to cook for me cause she was so busy. Sometimes, she cooked but really weird stuff. However, I appreciated that :D. Love her a lot :D. I am now studying in Canada, I still remember all the weird food she cooked for me, and I think those are the most delicious I have had in my entire life. I admire you a lot, you know? Cause you know a lot of recipes even though u are a guy (you know, vietnamese guys don"t know a lot about cooking); và plus you are around my age I guess.I love cooking too but still an amateur, need lớn learn a lot. I never think of writing a blog lượt thích yours :D. Your tín đồ lol.

  On8:30 AM , Heighs Salonsaid...

Meme, sounds like a french word. Remind me of my "meme" (Grand mom)when I lived in France.