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Wednesday, 25 April 2012

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Kristi

Oh, I have food and coffee envy. Thanks for sharing your Hanoi eating adventures.

Boots in the Oven

Thanks, Kristi! I am determined to learn to make a good Vietnamese style coffee. Meanwhile, the banh cuon at Tam Deli in Austin are pretty good... but that banh bo, sigh. No ideas. :-(

efig-newton

When you are back, Houston trip.

Boots in the Oven

Erin, yes! We will put on the snootiest of our pants, thank people in terribly badly accented Vietnamese while congratulating ourselves on our multiculturalness, and bitch about the authenticity of their water beetle extract.

Or just go and have an awesome time and some good food.

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