Hardcover: 224 pages
Publisher: Square Peg (22 Aug. 2013)
Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 2.4 x 25.4 cm
“My favourite (cook)book of 2013… For any amateur cook who likes new flavours and is willing to take risks, this book really is worth a try” (Ed Balls New Statesman)
“There’s a romance to this cookbook that is hard to resist… A great introduction to the flavours of Vietnam” (Conde Nast Traveller)
“Their recipes don’t need two columns of ingredients and are quite workable” (Leslie Geddes Brown Country Life)
“Who could resist dishes such as rhubarb and okra sweet and sour soup, salmon with ginger caramel or stewed chicken with dates and goji berries?” (Jamie Magazine)
“Highly accessible, with recipes that are alluring and achievable, this is the best book on Vietnamese food for the London kitchen” (Guy Dimond Time Out)
Fresh and vibrant, street-food inspired, Vietnamese recipes that anyone can cook at home
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Van Tran and Anh Vu began their first street-food stall in Broadway Market in 2009. BanhMi11 now has stalls across London markets, including Broadway and Berwick Street. They opened their first shop in 2012 and host a series of regular pop-up dinners. http://www.banhmi11.com/.
Born in Vietnam, both spent their childhoods in Hanoi. Van moved to Sweden with her family aged 12, and Anh moved to England by herself aged 17. They met while studying at Oxford University. They have appeared on Jamie’s Great Britain and Nigel Slater’s Kitchen Diaries. The live in East London.