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Gourmantic. Heathers dish. Annies eats. Sugar laws. Niki's Recipes. Food & Drink - How To Information. Phở. Pho (pronounced variously as /fʌ/, /fə/, /fər/, or /foʊ/;[1] from Vietnamese: phở, pronounced [fəː˧˩˧] ( )) is a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, linguine-shaped rice noodles called bánh phở, a few herbs, and meat.[2] Pho is a popular street food in Vietnam[3] and the specialty of a number of restaurant chains around the world.


It is primarily served with either beef or chicken. The Hanoi and Saigon styles of pho differ by noodle width, sweetness of broth, and choice of herbs. The origin of pho and its name is a subject of scholarly debate. A related beef noodle soup, bún bò Huế, is associated with Huế in central Vietnam. History[edit] Pho originated in the early 20th century in northern Vietnam,[4] apparently southeast of Hanoi in Nam Định Province, then a substantial textile market. Hanoi's first two fixed pho stands were a Vietnamese-owned Cát Tường on Cầu Gỗ Street and a Chinese-owned stand in front of Bờ Hồ tram stop. Development[edit] Hanoi-style pho served with quẩy. Food. Jamie Oliver. Planetsave. Breaking research and expert advice for a healthier you. A dining blog with Alison Cook. A dining blog with Alison Cook. Health News, Wellness, and Medical Information. Food Culture. Food Culture Dining with Dioxin Mrs.

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