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Wednesday, 09 July 2008



I was thinking how nice all the food, especially the sandwiches, looked. :)

Boots in the Oven

Thank you, Katie! The food was pretty good, but that bread... oh well. I'd be happy if I lived nearby, though.


Have you tried Tam Deli on North Lamar? I've only had the vegetarian bahn mi; it is really good. The French bread is the closest to actual French bread that I've had since I lived in France.

Boots in the Oven

Anne, I love Tam - especially their yam and shrimp cake and banh cuon! It's been a long time since I've tried their sandwiches, however; we'll have to make a trip.


Viet food on a truck? Ain't seen nothin' like it. I wish the quality of pictures always conveyed how good or bad the food was.

Boots in the Oven

Heh - well, Viet food on an American truck, served by Californians? I know, I think these are really up with some of our better food pictures... and I just wasn't that impressed. I was in the area today and considered stopping to give them another try - perhaps I should.

Sorry for the delay - back from vacation, and I'm just now back to tending to my internets!

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