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Jul 19

Genki Restaurant and Bakery, Garden Grove, CA

    Genki Restaurant and Bakery is stuffed in a deserted shopping plaza where its neighboring stores and cafes have closed for good and been put up for lease. I’m surprised my friend even found this place. I think the only reason he comes here is for the dirt cheap food. And I must agree. …

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Jun 19

Thach Che Hien Khanh, Garden Grove, CA

    Che is a very popular Vietnamese dessert. It’s a general term that applies to a large variety of desserts made of combinations of various ingredients: sweet rice, soy beans, mung beans, tapioca balls, jelly, coconut milk, red beans, sticky rice, variety of fruits such as mango, banana, jack fruit, and coconut. Thach Che …

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May 22

New Chua, Vietnamese Fermented Pork Squares

  I love eating this, any day of the week, any time of the year, even against my mother’s wishes because she says raw meat isn’t good for me. (Don’t tell her I eat a lot of sushi.) Anyway, this is called nem chua, or fermented pork, made mainly from minced pork thigh, sliced pigskin …

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May 10

Banh Mi Che Cali, Westminster, CA

  I don’t know how many times I’ve been to Banh Mi Che Cali over the past ten years or so. To me, it’s one of my default sandwich places to go when there’s nowhere else or I can’t decide what to eat. As indicated in their name, their specialty is sandwiches (banh mi) and …

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May 10

Teo Sandwiches, Westminster, CA

  I first came to Teo Sandwiches partially because I thought the name sounded cute. “Teo” is a common name in Vietnam for a little boy living in the countryside. I assume the owner grew up with that name. 🙂 Teo Sandwiches is a fairly new Vietnamese bakery located in one of the popular plazas …

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May 09

Vietnamese Banh Xoi Kep (Sweet Rice “Crepe”)

  This is not a taco. People will call anything a “taco” if it has anything that remotely looks like a taco or has a taco-like shell around it. Like that Vietnamese banh xeo (English literal translation: Vietnamese sizzling cake, ha.) That thing has been called “Vietnamese taco.” Couldn’t be more wrong. But I digress. …

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May 08

Raspberry Macaroon Bar at Coffee Bean

  I went to get my usual hazelnut latte this morning at Coffee Bean, and needed something sweet to go with it. They didn’t have my favorite raspberry danish this time so I picked up this yummy looking raspberry macaroon bar instead. It’s probably a new item. It looks like a 7-layer cookie bar but …

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Apr 18

What Gets You Through the Day?

  What do you snack on throughout the day? Your days are long, especially when you’re at work! I’m not a morning person, so it takes a lot of effort for me to get out of bed. Then, before jumping on the freeway, I have to stop for coffee. For me, it’s either my favorite …

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