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February 05, 2010


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Ravenous Couple

kudos for your ambition and success and so glad that we inspired you to try this!! The next time we see one of these banh cuon pots, well reserve it for you! It does cut down on the time!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

For me, this would go into the same column as making pita bread -- do it once, check it off the life list, and get thee to a store to buy some rice paper rounds! I love seeing the photo of your screen contraption, but dont envy you the clean-up job!


Maybe stretching the silk over an embroidery hoop would be easier than the rubber band over the steamer. You could trim the silk so it doesnt touch the flame.I dont think Id test your claim that silk doesnt burn. I found a few fire department web sites that said silk burns hot!

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

Very impressive! From the class to your home attempts, I know much more than I ever did.


I really missed the dish. They do not serve it here at the VN restaurant in the US where I live. Light meal, but delicious!

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