Get ready because Kate is in her element today as she talks with Hua about Vietnamese food.
From cooking classes to tiny chairs, Vietnamese cuisine is more than just the food. The culture, the traditions and the rituals around food are the ingredients which allow the visitors to connect with the local community.
Cooking classes are a popular activity to do in central Vietnam, but the classes are private and don’t have large crowds. They include so much more than just cooking, you can travel to the market, see where your food is grown and talk to the locals about their favorite dishes. Food in central Vietnam is a religion, you simply can’t have a bad meal!