“Banh Mi” On The Beach

The childhood sandwich that I grew up with and never thought that it would one day become an international culinary. A “fast food” that one could consume anytime of the day. Put together with a baguette spread with paté, layers of roast pork filet arranged over with a sort of thinly sliced Vietnamese ham called “Cha Lua”, topped with slightly pickled carrot, cucumber, coriander, scallion and fresh chilli. Splashed with some light soy sauce and voilà a delicious sandwich!

I was delighted to find Banh Mi was in the menu on one of my flights, served by Neil Perry cuisine for Qantas. 😊

Spring into spring!

Today there was a real spring weather feeling that I took to the beach with my picnic. Wish you all were here. Bon appétit!

Banh Mi en plein air
Waiting sea gulls
Yum!
A lovely day!
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3 thoughts on ““Banh Mi” On The Beach

  1. What a blog! I can’t wait to have a go at making banh mi. I loved the way the sea gulls were joining you.
    I had a chuckle as I saw part of the sandwich had been eaten and then oops no more! A bare beach! xxx Di.

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