|Che dessert ~ a variety of beans, sweet fruits topped with ice and condensed milk.|
|Fried coconut fritters|
|Small bowls with firm rice paste, topped with a chili sauce and crispy bits.|
|This vendor is one of several who come through the neighborhood selling small “tapas” style treats.|
|Inside the box… Flavored sticky rice wrapped into beautiful little packages made from banana leaf.|
|Cau Lau is a Hoi An specialty food…. Special thick udon type noodles are smoked for extra flavor.
Add some pork, fresh herbs, broth and crispy bits of noodle for a very unique taste.
|Using a small machine to pulverize one huge ice block into lots of little ice chips|
|Bad ass! Cigar smoking matriarch|
Hat fashion is omnipresent at the market.
|Lunch with the girls. Always interesting to eat at small stalls not at all accustomed to serving foreigners. Yum, Banh xeo (crispy Vietnamese pancakes with herbs and rice paper.)|