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mateo, on average what would you say is your total time -- prep, cook, plate/serve, clean, everything but the consumption ?
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mateo, on average what would you say is your total time -- prep, cook, plate/serve, clean, everything but the consumption ?

Depends, but like with most hobbies, I think if I knew too much I would quit. Seriously, .5-2 hours total.
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I think you forgot something? Or is it something different?
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frown.gif It is still a great soup without.
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nod[1].gif I kid of course.
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what's the soup?
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what's the soup?

Artichoke with parmesan. It is supposed to have truffles.
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ate Pho 79 twice while I was in LA:
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ate brunch at bouchon; no pics, probably already seen
ate some pizza at Mozza, no pics, probably already seen
ate some BBQ when I got to St Louis, was ok, vegetables all came from frozen and those were pretty sad. I think I don't like BBQ but I like the idea of going to eat it, I guess.
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in vietnam i got to try spring rolls made from rice paper freshly made on a hot pan. that shit was mind bogglingly delicious. texture was unbelievable compared to store bought dry rice paper that are then soaked in water. there wasn't even a lot of stuff in it.

frown.gif i miss good pho so much
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I think these places in little Saigon use 'fresh' rice paper, like the fresh noodles they use - it's also very good and worlds apart from the stuff you soak in water. They were pretty great. I don't know how it is across America but little Saigon feels like the benchmark.
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apart from the pho and the tacos though, might give BBQ it's ups even though I realized I don't like it that much, I still have to contend that the food is pretty miserable in America. I'm enjoying eating cheap lowbrow food here but will be happy to go home to Tokyo. I have reservations at Sant Pau and Esaki for the week I go back home.
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also do they expect you to eat the lemon slices pith and skin and all?

i do
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I think these places in little Saigon use 'fresh' rice paper, like the fresh noodles they use - it's also very good and worlds apart from the stuff you soak in water. They were pretty great. I don't know how it is across America but little Saigon feels like the benchmark.

Did you go to the Pho 79 in OC or in LA?
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OC. Pho for breakfast during a normal breakfast hour is amazing, I must truly be taking on Asian eating habits. Gotta have the soup.
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