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Traditional Vietnamese Dinner from ChefSarahElizabeth.com

After reading Grandfather’s Dream, I immediately called my brother to get him and his Vietnamese wife to come over and cook with me. His response? “We don’t cook Vietnamese food.” Whaaat?! I scolded them of course, and then started scouring the menu of my favorite local Vietnamese restaurant. While starting to crave a big bowl of pho, shaken beef with rice, and Vietnamese iced coffee, my phone rang. It was my brother with an invitation to come cook with his Vietnamese mother in law in her home! Two days later I was in the kitchen with mẹ (mother in Vietnamese) learning to cook a traditional Vietnamese dinner.

Definitely add this dinner to your Grandfather’s Dream menu, and don’t forget the “precious”! That’s the small bowl of leftover crispy rice.

Traditional Vietnamese Dinner from ChefSarahElizabeth.com

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Hi, everyone! I’m Amy from Savory Moments and I’m hosting the Friday Frenzy this week! It’s getting harder to pick featured posts as more and more people are linking up each week! Here are a few that stuck out to me (I’m in full-on Halloween and fall mode right now).

Featured Posts

First up are these Halloween Pumpkin Napkin Ring Printables from Everyday Parties. I’m not an overly crafty person, but I’d love to do things like this for holidays as my kids get a little older and excited for our annual traditions.

Next up are these Apple Corn Muffins from Marilyn’s Treats. We recently went apple picking and we always pick a lot of apples – so I’m always looking for tasty ways to enjoy them! I love this flavor combination for autumn.

The last feature for this week is this Sweet Potato Crockpot Soup from Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck. I’m a big sweet potato fan and this soup looks terrific for fall and winter. Plus I love being able to make anything in my slow cooker!

Thanks to everyone who has been linking up and participating! I can’t wait to see what everyone shares this week!


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