Monday, February 9, 2015

Happy Lunar New Year -- Year of the Ram
Welcome to 2015, the year of the ram. The first of the Lunar New Year is on February 19, 2015. According to Chinese horoscope, it is the year of Green Wooden Sheep (Ram or Goat). “The year of the Sheep is an inspiring period leaving behind
                  any unstable affair and connections with the aim to carve an honest pattern of relations.” -http://www.gotohoroscope.com/chinese-zodiac-ram.html.
 
There are some fun events happening in Florida for the
                  Lunar New Year celebration. I found a schedule of events on http://www.asiatrend.org/events.html. If there are more, I shall submit them through facebook. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pho-Queen-Cooking/176331282403610 
1.    The dragon parade - http://www.centralfloridadragonparade.org/about-us.html  - February 22, 2015
2.   
                  Phap Vu Buddhist
                  Cultural Centre of Florida Tet Celebration, 716 N  Dean Rd, Orlando, FL 32825. Feb 18 -22, 2015. 
3.    Tampa Chinese New Year Gala – Feb 14, 2015 (Saturday)
4.    CSSA UCF Lunar New Year Gala – Feb 15, 2015 (Sunday)
 
Did you create a new goal for the year? It is a great opportunity to create one now if you haven’t
                  already. A goal does not have to be complicated. It can be as simple as tasting something new. 
 
Pho
                  Queen can definitely assist in tasting something new. Join us for a class this coming Sunday, February 15, 2015 at 3pm –
                  Maitland Library, learn to make tofu from soybeans, make your own delightful tofu cuisine, and then taste our creation. Please
                  RSVP to 407-647-7700407-647-7700.
                  
 
This year I am taking on new projects, welcoming new experiences, and revamping
                  my website. Currently, I am having some technical issue in updating my website demo dates so my demo calendar website is not
                  up to date. Sorry =(.
 
Between kids’ schedules and taking on Vietnamese
                  food catering require more of my time. My demonstrations at Maitland Library will be quarterly this year.  =(    
                  
Here is my demonstration
                  schedule for Maitland Library 2015. I am open to your suggestions on new topics
 
May
                  17 – Maitland Library
August
                  16 – Maitland Library
November
                  1 – Maitland Library

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Looking for birthdays or Mother’s / Father’s Day gifts???  A Vietnamese Kitchen, Treasured Family Recipes are available for sale at http://PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html & at amazon http://www.amazon.com/shops/phoQueenCooking.

Magic Monkey Sauce and Magic Dragon Sauce are available at

-       Hollieanna Groves, http://ww.hollieanna.com

-       The Ancient Olive in Winter Park, http://www.theancientolive.com

-       Petty’s Meat Market in Longwood, FL. http://www.pettysmeats.com/ 

-       the Meat House in Winter Park, FL. http://www.themeathouse.com/store-location/Florida/Winterpark.aspx. 

-       Pho Queen’s store - http://haroda.com/store/index.html

Ask for Pho Queen’s Specialty Sauces: Magic Monkey and Magic Dragon Sauces.

 

Magic Monkey & Magic Dragon Sauces are now available for sale on Amazon!!! For Magic Monkey, please click on http://www.amazon.com/Pho-Queens-Magic-Monkey-Sauce/product-reviews/B00DLL1662/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1 to add your own review.

For Magic Dragon Sauce review: http://www.amazon.com/Pho-Queens-Magic-Dragon-Sauce/product-reviews/B00DLRBEX6/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

 

If you would like to have Pho Queen Specialty Sauces available at your local stores, please email me the store names and contact information. I will take care of the rest.

 

Check out a video clip of Pho Queen presenting Vietnamese food and culture demonstration at the Edgewater Library, a courtesy of Orange County Library system. http://phoqueencooking.com/index.html

 

Want more recipes and fun stories about Vietnamese culture, buy A Vietnamese Kitchen cookbook now (www.PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html) and support Pho Queen.

Note: If you missed my last newsletters, please visit 

www.PhoQueenCooking.com/weblog.html for past newsletters. 

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 “You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces – just good food from fresh

ingredients.”  – Julia Child

 

UPCOMING EVENTS: http://phoqueencooking.com/demonstration.html

 

Maitland Library – 501 S. Maitland, Maitland, Fl 32751

May 17 – Maitland Library
                  – 3pm
August 16 – Maitland
                  Library – 3pm
November 1 –
                  Maitland Library – 3p
 

Demonstrations at Orange County Libraries
(in Honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May)

May 9, 2015 - Saturday, 11am
Downtown Orlando
101 Central Blvd
Orlando, FL

May 16, 2015- Saturday, 11am
South Creek Branch Demo
1702 Deerfield Blvd., Orlando, Florida 32837

May 20, 2015 - Wednesday, 6pm
West Oak Branch Demo
1821 E. Silver Star Rd.
Ocoee, FL 34761

                                                

I also posted a list of local Asian grocery stores in Orlando and Vietnamese restaurants around the Mills & Colonial area. Please visit http://phoqueencooking.com/demonstration.html and scroll down to the bottom of the website.

Love to hear your feedback on your cooking adventure. You can post your

questions / comments on facebook under discussion board:

http://www.facebook.com/board.php?uid=176331282403610 

Looking for a special gift for birthdays or any special occasion? Why not the gift

of cooking Vietnamese food? Visit www.PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html for your gifts today.

 

Pho Queen supports local education. Visit http://PhoQueenCooking.com/education.html to find

out more how you can support your local schools.

 

Would you like to submit questions, comments, feedbacks, etc to Pho Queen?

We would love to hear from you. Visit http://PhoQueenCooking.com/contact.html.

 

For more tips and instructional videos on Vietnamese cooking, click on http://PhoQueenCooking.com and http://EasyVietnameseRecipes.com

 

Hà…

Have fun eating healthy!

http://EasyVietnameseRecipes.com

http://PhoQueenCooking.com

http://MagicMonkeySauce.com  

11:01 pm est

Monday, October 13, 2014

Vietnamese Desserts

Like any foods in many other cultures, Vietnamese food can be fattening and decadent especially desserts. Even if the food is gluten free or msg free, it can still be fattening.

 

The bottom line is that we can get fat when we eat too much of anything with no exercise in our everyday habits. The key to maintain a healthy life is to eat good food and have them in moderate proportion with exercise or stay active in your daily routines.

 

With that being said, I would like to introduce one of my favorite Vietnamese kinda fat bomb desserts, Bánh Cam or also known as fried sesame balls. banh-camT.jpgI called them fat bombs because they are “fried” but oh my they taste “so good…. Yummmmm…” However if you are conscientious about your diet, you can fry the sesame balls in good fat such as sesame oil or peanut oil.

 

Bánh Cam is gluten free and contained mung beans as a protein source in the filling. The flour ball is rolled in sesame seeds hence the name sesame balls. It is fun to make and delicious to sample. The flour dough is made from a special rice flour which creates a chewy texture similar to many Vietnamese rice desserts. The sesame seeds provides small crunches and explosions in your mouth. Meanwhile, the soft and subtle sweetness of the mung beans intermingle with your taste bud.  

 

Here is a great website that shows you how to make “Bánh Cam”. http://runawayrice.com/desserts/sesame-balls-banh-cam/

 

Curious to know more about Bánh Cam and would like to taste it before you try to make it? There will be a free demonstration on how to make Bánh Cam. Come and join Pho Queen this coming Sunday at 3pm, October 19, at the Maitland Library to learn how to make a Vietnamese dessert called Bánh Cam or fried sesame balls.

 

See you there!!!

 

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Looking for special gifts???  A Vietnamese Kitchen, Treasured Family Recipes are available for sale at http://PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html & at amazon http://www.amazon.com/shops/phoQueenCooking.

Magic Monkey Sauce and Magic Dragon Sauce are available at

-       Hollieanna Groves, http://ww.hollieanna.com

-       The Ancient Olive in Winter Park, http://www.theancientolive.com

-       Petty’s Meat Market in Longwood, FL. http://www.pettysmeats.com/ 

-       The Meat House in Winter Park, FL. http://www.themeathouse.com/store-location/Florida/Winterpark.aspx.  

-       Pho Queen’s store - http://haroda.com/store/index.html

Ask for Pho Queen’s Specialty Sauces: Magic Monkey and Magic Dragon Sauces.

 

Magic Monkey & Magic Dragon Sauces are now available for sale on Amazon!!! For Magic Monkey, please click on http://www.amazon.com/Pho-Queens-Magic-Monkey-Sauce/product-reviews/B00DLL1662/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1 to add your own review.

For Magic Dragon Sauce review: http://www.amazon.com/Pho-Queens-Magic-Dragon-Sauce/product-reviews/B00DLRBEX6/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

 

If you would like to have Pho Queen Specialty Sauces available at your local stores, please email me the store names and contact information. I will take care of the rest.

 

Check out a video clip of Pho Queen presenting Vietnamese food and culture demonstration at the Edgewater Library, a courtesy of Orange County Library system. http://phoqueencooking.com/index.html

 

Want more recipes and fun stories about Vietnamese culture, buy A Vietnamese Kitchen cookbook now (www.PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html) and support Pho Queen.

 

To view an html of this article, please visit
                  http://www.icontact-archive.com/nfoXEgvjRWamodr9u9hs4NMpZkzG1bXn 

 

Note: If you missed my last newsletters, please visit 

www.PhoQueenCooking.com/weblog.html for past newsletters.

 

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 “You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces – just good food from fresh

ingredients.”  – Julia Child

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

http://phoqueencooking.com/demonstration.html

·        October 19, 2014 (3pm) – Fried Sesame Balls – Banh Cam

·        November 16, 2014 (3pm) - Glass Noodle Soup – Canh Mien

·        December 14, 2014 (3pm) – Tofu / soy milk – Dau Hu

                                                

I also posted a list of local Asian grocery stores in Orlando and Vietnamese restaurants around the Mills & Colonial area. Please visit http://phoqueencooking.com/demonstration.html and scroll down to the bottom of the website.

 

Love to hear your feedback on your cooking adventure. You can post your

questions / comments on facebook under discussion board:

http://www.facebook.com/board.php?uid=176331282403610

 

Looking for a special gift for birthdays or any special occasion? Why not the gift

of cooking Vietnamese food? Visit www.PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html for your gifts today.

 

 

Pho Queen supports local education. Visit http://PhoQueenCooking.com/education.html to find

out more how you can support your local schools.

 

Would you like to submit questions, comments, feedbacks, etc to Pho Queen?

We would love to hear from you. Visit http://PhoQueenCooking.com/contact.html.

 

For more tips and instructional videos on Vietnamese cooking, click on http://PhoQueenCooking.com and http://EasyVietnameseRecipes.com

 

Hà…

Have fun eating healthy!

http://EasyVietnameseRecipes.com

http://PhoQueenCooking.com

http://MagicMonkeySauce.com  

11:54 pm est

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Quick Instant Meal

Do you find yourself pressing for time to make dinner for your kids? As a working mom, I often stumble across this predicament. Ugh, not even a backup frozen pizza is left in the freezer.

Luckily my kids love rice and eggs. I always have a bag of Jasmine rice availablesoft-boiled-eggs-on-paprika-rice-300x225.jpg in my kitchen stock and of course eggs. Also most Vietnamese household has a rice steamer. soft-boiled-eggs-on-paprika-rice-300x225.jpgFor this instant meal, all you need is rice, eggs, soy sauce, and a rice steamer or a pot. It’ll take 15 - 16 minutes of your time.

Steam your rice in a rice steamer or your pot and add the desired amount of eggs with the rice. I use one egg per child. I would recommend a rice steamer instead of a pot because I don’t have to monitor my rice from being burned into the pot. The rice steamer is pretty easy and straight forward to operate. Once the rice is prepared in the rice steamer pan, plug the chord into the electrical outlet and push down the button. In 15 minutes, the button pops up, the rice is done, and so are the eggs.

Peel the eggs and add it to a bowl of rice. Add desired amount of soy sauce to your egg and rice. Mix them up. You now have an instant meal. My children love it! For additional veggie, have some carrot sticks. Be as creative as you like.

I frequently found myself eating this very same meal for many nights during my college career. It was simple and effective. I still serve it today to my kids on nights that I don’t feel like cooking or having frozen pizzas.

Looking for more recipes on gluten free dessert? Many Vietnamese desserts are gluten free because of the rice flour based ingredients. “Banh Bo” or steamed rice cakes is one of many yummy desserts.banh-bo-hap-nuoc-dua.jpg Drizzle on top with coconut milk sauce and a touch of sprinkled sesame seeds, “Banh Bo” melts in your mouth. The tapioca starch contribute to a chewy like texture to the cake similar to tapioca pudding.

Come and join Pho Queen this coming Sunday at 3pm, September 21, at the Maitland Library to learn how to make a Vietnamese dessert called Bánh Bò which means “cow cake” or “crawling cake”. It is a gluten free steamed rice cake.

See you there!!!

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Looking for special gifts???  A Vietnamese Kitchen, Treasured Family Recipes are available for sale at http://PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html & at amazon http://www.amazon.com/shops/phoQueenCooking.

Magic Monkey Sauce and Magic Dragon Sauce are available at

-       Hollieanna Groves, http://ww.hollieanna.com

-       The Ancient Olive in Winter Park, http://www.theancientolive.com

-       Petty’s Meat Market in Longwood, FL. http://www.pettysmeats.com/ 

-       The Meat House in Winter Park, FL. http://www.themeathouse.com/store-location/Florida/Winterpark.aspx. 

-       Pho Queen’s store - http://haroda.com/store/index.html

Ask for Pho Queen’s Specialty Sauces: Magic Monkey and Magic Dragon Sauces.

 

Magic Monkey & Magic Dragon Sauces are now available for sale on Amazon!!! For Magic Monkey, please click on http://www.amazon.com/Pho-Queens-Magic-Monkey-Sauce/product-reviews/B00DLL1662/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1 to add your own review.

For Magic Dragon Sauce review: http://www.amazon.com/Pho-Queens-Magic-Dragon-Sauce/product-reviews/B00DLRBEX6/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

If you would like to have Pho Queen Specialty Sauces available at your local stores, please email me the store names and contact information. I will take care of the rest.

Check out a video clip of Pho Queen presenting Vietnamese food and culture demonstration at the Edgewater Library, a courtesy of Orange County Library system. http://phoqueencooking.com/index.html

Want more recipes and fun stories about Vietnamese culture, buy A Vietnamese Kitchen cookbook now (www.PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html) and support Pho Queen.

To view an html of this article,
                  please visit http://www.icontact-archive.com/nfoXEgvjRWamodr9u9hs4Fj8G5NuzcRn

Note: If you missed my last newsletters, please visit 

www.PhoQueenCooking.com/weblog.html for past newsletters.

 

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 “You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces – just good food from fresh

ingredients.”  – Julia Child

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

http://phoqueencooking.com/demonstration.html

·        September 21, 2014 (3pm) – Steamed Rice Cake – Banh Bo

·        October 19, 2014 (3pm) – Fried Sesame Balls – Banh Cam

·        November 16, 2014 (3pm) - Glass Noodle Soup – Canh Mien

·        December 14, 2014 (3pm) – Tofu / soy milk – Dau Hu

                                                

I also posted a list of local Asian grocery stores in Orlando and Vietnamese restaurants around the Mills & Colonial area. Please visit http://phoqueencooking.com/demonstration.html and scroll down to the bottom of the website.

Love to hear your feedback on your cooking adventure. You can post your

questions / comments on facebook under discussion board:

http://www.facebook.com/board.php?uid=176331282403610

 

Looking for a special gift for birthdays or any special occasion? Why not the gift

of cooking Vietnamese food? Visit www.PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html for your gifts today.

 

Pho Queen supports local education. Visit http://PhoQueenCooking.com/education.html to find

out more how you can support your local schools.

 

Would you like to submit questions, comments, feedbacks, etc to Pho Queen?

We would love to hear from you. Visit http://PhoQueenCooking.com/contact.html.

 

For more tips and instructional videos on Vietnamese cooking, click on http://PhoQueenCooking.com and http://EasyVietnameseRecipes.com

 

Hà…

Have fun eating healthy!

http://EasyVietnameseRecipes.com

http://PhoQueenCooking.com

10:45 am est

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Oodles of Noodles

There are many types of noodles such as wheat flour noodles, egg noodles, rice noodles, etc. The most common noodles use in Vietnam are rice noodles. The primary ingredients in the rice noodles are rice flour and water. Commonly, rice noodles are chewier in texture than the wheat flour noodles.

I compiled a list of nutrition facts to compare between the different noodles such as pasta, rice noodles, egg noodles, and glass noodles and would like to share them with you. It was an interesting comparison. 

Even though the rice noodles are gluten free and less in calories based on the nutrition list, I find that the rice noodles do not contain as much vitamins and minerals as the wheat flour noodles. There are negative and positive points in each. When boiling down to what type of noodle is best, (punt intended), choose the noodles that you are in the mood for.

Please click on to the following link for the comparison chart: http://www.phoqueencooking.com/nnutrition.html 

Come and join Pho Queen this coming Sunday at 3pm, August 17, Maitland Library to learn how to make a popular dried noodle dish – Bun Thit Nuong or also known as Grilled Pork Noodles.

After returning from my family reunion on July 2014, I am inspired to continue writing about my journey to America. However, this time I am broaden the story to include a biography of my grandfather and his brothers during the French colonial days. They were the first generation to migrate from the North to South Vietnam and then from South Vietnam to the US. If time permits during the demonstration, I may share a few snippets of my findings and research. See you there!!! 

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Looking for special gifts???  A Vietnamese Kitchen, Treasured Family Recipes are available for sale at http://PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html & at amazon http://www.amazon.com/shops/phoQueenCooking.

Magic Monkey Sauce and Magic Dragon Sauce are available at

-       Hollieanna Groves, http://ww.hollieanna.com

-       The Ancient Olive in Winter Park, http://www.theancientolive.com

-       Petty’s Meat Market in Longwood, FL. http://www.pettysmeats.com/ 

-       The Meat House in Winter Park, FL. http://www.themeathouse.com/store-location/Florida/Winterpark.aspx. 

-       Pho Queen’s store - http://haroda.com/store/index.html

Ask for Pho Queen’s Specialty Sauces: Magic Monkey and Magic Dragon Sauces.

 

Magic Monkey & Magic Dragon Sauces are now available for sale on Amazon!!! For Magic Monkey, please click on http://www.amazon.com/Pho-Queens-Magic-Monkey-Sauce/product-reviews/B00DLL1662/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1 to add your own review.

For Magic Dragon Sauce review: http://www.amazon.com/Pho-Queens-Magic-Dragon-Sauce/product-reviews/B00DLRBEX6/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

If you would like to have Pho Queen Specialty Sauces available at your local stores, please email me the store names and contact information. I will take care of the rest. 

Check out a video clip of Pho Queen presenting Vietnamese food and culture demonstration at the Edgewater Library, a courtesy of Orange County Library system. http://phoqueencooking.com/index.html

Want more recipes and fun stories about Vietnamese culture, buy A Vietnamese Kitchen cookbook now (www.PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html) and support Pho Queen. 

To view an html of this article, please visit
                  http://www.icontact-archive.com/nfoXEgvjRWamodr9u9hs4Fj8G5NuzcRn

Note: If you missed my last newsletters, please visit 

www.PhoQueenCooking.com/weblog.html for past newsletters.

 

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 “You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces – just good food from fresh

ingredients.”  – Julia Child

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

http://phoqueencooking.com/demonstration.html

·        September, 2014 (3pm) – Steamed Rice Cake – Banh Bo

·        October 19, 2014 (3pm) – Fried Sesame Balls – Banh Cam

·        November 16, 2014 (3pm) - Glass Noodle Soup – Canh Mien

·        December 14, 2014 (3pm) – Tofu / soy milk – Dau Hu

                                                

I also posted a list of local Asian grocery stores in Orlando and Vietnamese restaurants around the Mills & Colonial area. Please visit http://phoqueencooking.com/demonstration.html and scroll down to the bottom of the website.

 

Love to hear your feedback on your cooking adventure. You can post your

questions / comments on facebook under discussion board:

http://www.facebook.com/board.php?uid=176331282403610

 

Looking for a special gift for birthdays or any special occasion? Why not the gift

of cooking Vietnamese food? Visit www.PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html for your gifts today.

 

 

Pho Queen supports local education. Visit http://PhoQueenCooking.com/education.html to find

out more how you can support your local schools.

 

Would you like to submit questions, comments, feedbacks, etc to Pho Queen?

We would love to hear from you. Visit http://PhoQueenCooking.com/contact.html.

 

For more tips and instructional videos on Vietnamese cooking, click on http://PhoQueenCooking.com and http://EasyVietnameseRecipes.com

 

Hà…

Have fun eating healthy!

http://EasyVietnameseRecipes.com

http://PhoQueenCooking.com

http://MagicMonkeySauce.com  

10:14 pm est

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Tropical Fruit Season

Summer months are excellent time for tropical fruits such as rambutons fruit-plateT.jpg(chom chom), leechees (vai), rose apples (man), longans (nhan), and much more. These fruits were from my childhood memories of Vietnam. I thought I have to travel back to Vietnam or other Asian countries in order to eat them again. Alas, now they are available in Asian grocery stores in Orlando.

Family reunion is a wonderful thing. I just came back from my own experience with family reunions. I learned so much from observing my cousins from young to old. My cousins reminded me to participate in life with a passion more often. It definitely makes life more interesting and enjoyable. 

We also enjoyed different tropical fruits all day long from cherries, watermelons, to rose apples, rambutons, and leechees. Of course, a Vietnamese meal is not complete without an exotic dish such as goat blood pudding. For adventurous souls, this is a treat. I was too wimpy to try. My hubby, Chris, thought it tasted better than duck blood pudding. One may ask, does it taste like chicken? He said it tasted similar to liver.

Come and join Pho Queen this coming Sunday at 3pm, July 20, MaitlandyogurtT.JPG Library to learn the art of making Vietnamese da ua (yogurt) and taste a spectrum of different tropical fruits that are still in season. I will include boba in our yogurt smoothies for your chewy Asian flavor and experience. Fun!!!

Sorry no duck or goat blood pudding available to taste.

 

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Looking for special gifts???  A Vietnamese Kitchen, Treasured Family Recipes are available for sale at http://PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html & at amazon http://www.amazon.com/shops/phoQueenCooking.

Magic Monkey Sauce and Magic Dragon Sauce are available at

-       Hollieanna Groves, http://ww.hollieanna.com

-       The Ancient Olive in Winter Park, http://www.theancientolive.com

-       Petty’s Meat Market in Longwood, FL. http://www.pettysmeats.com/ 

-       The Meat House in Winter Park, FL. http://www.themeathouse.com/store-location/Florida/Winterpark.aspx. 

-       Pho Queen’s store - http://haroda.com/store/index.html

Ask for Pho Queen’s Specialty Sauces: Magic Monkey and Magic Dragon Sauces.

 

Magic Monkey & Magic Dragon Sauces are now available for sale on Amazon!!! For Magic Monkey, please click on http://www.amazon.com/Pho-Queens-Magic-Monkey-Sauce/product-reviews/B00DLL1662/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1 to add your own review.

For Magic Dragon Sauce review: http://www.amazon.com/Pho-Queens-Magic-Dragon-Sauce/product-reviews/B00DLRBEX6/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

 

If you would like to have Pho Queen Specialty Sauces available at your local stores, please email me the store names and contact information. I will take care of the rest.

 

Check out a video clip of Pho Queen presenting Vietnamese food and culture demonstration at the Edgewater Library, a courtesy of Orange County Library system. http://phoqueencooking.com/index.html

 

Want more recipes and fun stories about Vietnamese culture, buy A Vietnamese Kitchen cookbook now (www.PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html) and support Pho Queen.

 

To view an html of this article, please visit
                  http://www.icontact-archive.com/nfoXEgvjRWamodr9u9hs4Fj8G5NuzcRn
 

 

Note: If you missed my last newsletters, please visit 

www.PhoQueenCooking.com/weblog.html for past newsletters.

 

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 “You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces – just good food from fresh

ingredients.”  – Julia Child

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

http://phoqueencooking.com/demonstration.html

·        August 17, 2014 (3pm) - Grilled Pork Noodles - Bún Thịt Nướng

                                                

I also posted a list of local Asian grocery stores in Orlando and Vietnamese restaurants around the Mills & Colonial area. Please visit http://phoqueencooking.com/demonstration.html and scroll down to the bottom of the website.

 

Love to hear your feedback on your cooking adventure. You can post your

questions / comments on facebook under discussion board:

http://www.facebook.com/board.php?uid=176331282403610

 

Looking for a special gift for birthdays or any special occasion? Why not the gift

of cooking Vietnamese food? Visit www.PhoQueenCooking.com/phoqueenstore.html for your gifts today.

 

 

Pho Queen supports local education. Visit http://PhoQueenCooking.com/education.html to find

out more how you can support your local schools.

 

Would you like to submit questions, comments, feedbacks, etc to Pho Queen?

We would love to hear from you. Visit http://PhoQueenCooking.com/contact.html.

 

For more tips and instructional videos on Vietnamese cooking, click on http://PhoQueenCooking.com and http://EasyVietnameseRecipes.com

 

Hà…

Have fun eating healthy!

http://EasyVietnameseRecipes.com

http://PhoQueenCooking.com

9:16 pm est

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