Hanoi green rice, or Com is a dish in Vietnamese cuisine. It is not dyed green, as can be done with pandan, but is immature rice kernels roasted over very low heat then pounded in a mortar and pestle until flattened.
Thanh Tri pancake is a food specialty of Hanoi. The pancakes are made in Thanh Tri village in Hoang Mai district is one of the oldest villages in Hanoi. In the 18th Hung King dynasty, people reclaimed land and learned cultivation from Prince An Quoc. It is believed that steamed rice pancake making began in this period.
The Cold Food Festival is a traditional Vietnamese holiday. It is celebrated in China as well as the nearby nation of Korea. At this time of year, the sky becomes clearer and buds sprout in the field. Farmers sow various seeds and supply water to their rice paddies.
Glutinous Rice Cakes are farm produce that the Giay offer their ancestors when praying to them for good health, luck, and another bumper crop. The cakes are carefully made, representing the respect and feelings of people for their ancestors.
Pho Noodles is a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, linguine-shaped rice noodles, a few herbs, and meat.It is primarily served with either beef or chicken. Pho is a popular street food in Vietnam and the specialty of a number of restaurant chains around the world.