tin tức về vietnam specialties mới nhất
“Thien co de nhat tra” (The most premium tea of time) West Lake lotus tea, made with lotus flower grown in West Lake, Hanoi, symbolizes the quintessence of the capital’s culture.
Many types of fruit peels, considered such as cocoa and shrimp shells and rice husks, can be processed into useful products, thus increasing product value, regenerating resources, and protecting the environment.
Unusual items made by craftspeople and cooks in Vietnam:
Jackfruit 'smellers' help merchants find delicious jackfruit to collect, and salt cooks help turn raw unclean grains of salt into white clean salt. These are a few of the interesting jobs in Vietnam few people know about.
All old things, from clothes and guitars to motorbikes, can be recycled into useful and highly aesthetic items thanks to talented artisans.
A special variety which produces gourds weighing up to 15 kilograms has been handed down by generations of Hai Phong families, while an ornamental tree variety in Dong Thap province has leaves with four colors.
A young man has found a way to split fibers from leaves to use them as materials for textiles and garments. A teacher can turn rough granite slabs into lively pictures.
Though 9-spur cocks are no longer in high demand, they are still very expensive. A farmer in Phu Tho can earn VND300 million in Tet sale season from these cocks.
Nam Can crab in Ca Mau province is famous for its high quality and delicious taste, while thoi loi fish is a wonderful dish for parties. These are among the many precious specialties available in the Mekong Delta region.
Are you longing for longan? This popular fruit in Vietnam is actually named after… the eye of a dragon! But despite it fire-breathing moniker, longan drinks are the perfect way to keep cool in the summer hear.
Several types of vegetables can be used to make pickles but pickled mustard greens are the most popular vegetable.