Wednesday, May 17, 2017

A Spoonful of Sofrito: This Is How You Do a Pho Tour of NYC!

A Spoonful of Sofrito: A pinch of advice that will add a lot of flavor to your life!

This Is How You Do a Pho Tour of NYC!

Sofrito Lovers,

A hot steaming bowl of beefy Pho is the cure for all of life's woes.  How can you worry about Homework, your kids, or whatever when you're slurping delicious rice noodles bathed in a beef bone broth so savory and delicious it brings tears to your eyes? I can't think of anything better!

Saying I love Pho is an understatement!  I eat it at least twice a week because I live and work by a wonderful of mom'n'pop Vietnamese place on Jerome Avenue!  I've gone as far as to recruit new Pho lovers at my school and neighborhood.  Why?  Because we must keep our delicious little soup spot open and thriving!

Check out 's article on the incredible Pho places throughout the city!  Do yourself a favor, choose a spot and get your soup on!  You'll thank yourself for the yummy experience!  Now read the article and go taste for yourself!  ¡Buen provecho!

This Is How You Do a Pho Tour of NYC
Visiting the best spots with The Pho Cookbook’s Andrea Nguyen

by Robert Sietsema May 15, 2017, 1:06pm EDT 

It is often my pleasure to welcome food writers from elsewhere to New York, and arrange to conduct them on culinary tours. In many cases these jaunts cover the subject the writers specialize in, cramming many restaurants into a few hours of concentrated eating. Thus it was that I recently took Northern California-based Andrea Nguyen, author of The Pho Cookbook on a tour devoted to the Vietnamese noodle soup. It’s her fifth cookbook with Ten Speed Press, along with Into the Vietnamese Kitchen and The Banh Mi Handbook. Freelance photographer Ariana Lindquist came along.

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