Vietnamese cuisine

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  • Vietnamese Cuisine Research

    Vietnamese Cuisine Eating plays an important role in Vietnamese society, there are certain requirements of dining etiquette, although this can vary from region to region. For example, in northern and central Vietnam, it is a custom for the oldest family member to sit nearest the door and everyone else to be arranged in descending age. The eldest will also be the first to help himself to food and a host will often serve the guest. In the south where the tradition of etiquette are more relaxed, everyone can dive in and help themselves. If you are the guest, one tradition that is important to remember is the bearing of a small gift. Whether you are invited to eat in a home or restaurant, throughout Asia, from Turkey to China, it is polite to bring…

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  • The Importance Of Food In A Multicultural Country

    The United State is a multicultural country. People from different ethnic groups live here, and these groups make The United State has varied cuisine more than other countries. Last summer, I experienced a conflict with my couple Caucasian customers at my uncle 's restaurant. My uncle is a chef at his Vietnamese restaurant. He loves to cook, and he has studied to become a good cook. He used to work for a lot of restaurants with different type of menus such as Western, Latino, Chinese,…

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  • Saigon Petes Case Study

    Saigon Pete’s aims to capitalize on the food truck industry that is still growing, albeit at a slower pace than in the past. The goal is to expand while maintaining profit margins and the high quality service that our customers are accustomed to. The plan is to add another food truck to the existing fleet of three and possibly another route. The changes should result in an increase in revenues as well as profits within a two years. Saigon Pete’s is a chain of food trucks serving banh mi…

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  • Vietnamese Diet Chart

    The chart has shown us that a typical one-day-menu of Vietnamese are closely meeting that standard of USDA. Overall, Vietnamese consumed a little bit more grains and protein than needed. The total calories came to 2131, which is 131 calories above the average daily calories recommend. But in order to fully understand this chart, we need to keep in mind that this plan does not tell the overall picture of every Vietnamese person. The diet varies from gender, economic status, jobs, geographical…

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  • Huy Fong Foods Case Study

    Background: Huy Fong Foods is an American Company founded in 1980 in Los Angeles, California.1 Huy Fong Foods headquarters is in Irwindale, California (“Huy Fong Foods”, n.d). The founder of Huy Fong Foods is David Tran who came to America in 1978 as a Vietnamese refugee (“Huy Fong Foods”, n.d). Upon moving to California, David Tran, noticed there was a lack of hot sauces that pleased his Vietnamese palate (Hammond, 2013). Because of this, he decided to make his own hot sauce. He started in…

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  • Ethnography Essay: Vietnam And Its Impact On Vietnamese Culture

    Ngan Huynh Professor Maltman ENGC 1101–09 10 May 2017 Ethnography Essay “Ai mua banh beo hong?” (Who wants to eat banh beo?) Street vending is the must try experience visitors should have when they come to Vietnam. Imagine every morning when you wake up, somebody reaches your home and sells everything you need to cook for today. The long existence of street vending proves that Vietnamese people are really open to old culture while adapting new shifting in their culture. Although the…

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  • Why I Love To Travel Essay

    Most people who love to travel are heading to Europe and foreign countries at the moment. People always pleased with the place where they were born, grew up besides parents and friends. As a Vietnamese, I choose my country for my journey, which is one of the best tourist attractions in the world. There are many reasons why I choose Vietnam to travel but the most common are delicious foods, beautiful landscape, and special culture. Firstly, the most special that attracts foreign visitors to…

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  • Vietnamese Immigrants Culture Analysis

    2013 who were Vietnamese is approximately more than 1.6 million. America is a nation established by immigrants. Therefore, the immigrants’ culture also contributed into the America culture. Among of the cultures, the Vietnamese immigrants’ culture has known as a Southeastern Asia culture in America. The Vietnamese immigrants’ culture determines the food they choice, where they live, how they dress, how they socialize, and what they believe. Not only the Vietnamese immigrants brought laborers to…

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  • Cover Letter For Restaurant Essay

    It is my goal to secure a position as a Restaurant Manager with an aim of providing exceptional customer service to ensure smooth operations and maximize customer base. With a pride of Vietnamese food, I would like to contribute my knowledge and skills to providing those amazingly diverse cuisines with healthy nutrition and unique flavors for foreign customers. In addition, I am also eager to offer exceptional organization skills and innovative ideas in an Accounting student’s perspective to…

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  • Reflection On Asian American Culture

    Santa Ana, I couldn 't believe how pretty the building looked on the outside. The church I attend doesn 't look nearly as fancy and ornate. Before we went inside, my friend told me I would have to take off my shoes. I thought that was strange considering we don 't do that at my church, but I didn 't want to be rude or disrespectful so I took them off. It appeared we had arrived to the service late so we sat by the entrance in one of the few chairs that were in the room. Everyone else was…

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