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post #61 of 68
I think he can only consult on how to hate liberals, probably not very helpful for kwilk.
post #62 of 68
I retract my suggestion of AF. Hire edina. Post results.
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I retract my suggestion of AF.

Hire edina. Post results.

My reputation and results speak for themselves.
post #64 of 68
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this is where i go. ive done my research and been to a few other places, but tbh they all taste similar. for some reason i just like banh mi saigon. i kinda like having the jewlery store in front. always a buncha chinese ppl inside and sone old geezers sitting on stools'


@Matt. Are you vietnamese? for some reason i thought you were white, or just fluent from having lived there for so long?

anyways best pho i've ever had was here

http://stickyrice.typepad.com/my_web...you_queue.html

sometimes i still dream about it. i want to go back to vietnam just for that bowl of pho

Haha Yeahh, it was pretty empty when I went. I did like the "sterile" nature of it though. Well lighted and clean.
post #65 of 68
I'm vietnamese and it's nice to see people appreciating the our culture's food. I also work at a banh mi shop and make them all the time.
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I'm vietnamese and it's nice to see people appreciating the our culture's food. I also work at a banh mi shop and make them all the time.

what city are you in?
post #67 of 68
Had a BBQ pork banh mi yesterday from a food truck. So good. I'm thinking of buying another one from a different food truck today.
post #68 of 68

Banh my in Vietnamese means Bread in English (to write it in Vietnamese: Bánh mỳ)

The traditional style of "banh my" in Viet Nam include: a small loaf of bread, butter, roast pork, Jambon/ham, some vegetable and must have pâté (not pâté de foie gras).

In Hanoi city, the price for a loaf of bread like that varies from $0.5 - $1.5

The Donner Kebeb bread is adopted into Viet Nam for several years, it's Turkish style. I think they are too much onion.

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