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Posted by astoness
have a nice breakfast hero...enjoy....
congratulations to all phil....and please let us know when the little man arrives....even more reason now to have a new baby arrival smilie...
OK Lyn I have revamped the Birthday board to cover all eventualities.
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Posted by signman
Nice little beach, and childrens amusement park, closed for winter.
Great pictures John and a nice clean looking place too.
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Posted by phil
I understand that when you say "Noobles", you probably mean what we understand to be Noodles. It's the "beark"I don't understand.
Good Night everyone.
sorry Phil I write error: It's word: " beard"
I intend will sleep but when my repy have error so that I write reply.
Ah, Nooble. i will talk Noodle Soup - Phở VietNam
If you can imagine beef noodle soup for breakfast, then you decidedly want to try Pho, a Vietnamese dish that has been around for nearly 100 years. I find my site is more and more leaning towards ethnic dishes that are loaded with big, bold tastes, and that make eating what it should be - an experience!
Pho (pronounced "phir" in English) is influenced by the Chinese and French cuisines, and was believed to have originally derived from a French soup, "pot au feu",(pot on fire) which Wikipedia defines as a French beef stew. This is usually a mixture of cuts of beef, vegetable, and spice.
Pho had its humble beginnings nearly 100 years ago, and at that time was basically boiled beef, broth and noodles. It has since evolved into much more than that. During the war in Viet Nam, when beef became scarce, a pork version (pho lon) evolved.
The combination of both French and Chinese occupation has led to a diverse, unique cuisine that is admired by many. When the Vietnamese fled to the US in 1975, they brought to the United States their unique cuisine and heritage. It is how Pho was introduced to us.
huhu, I feel very hungry.
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