Wow, what a sh*te weather of a day! 🌦👎
It was still an outstanding day nevertheless, and we’re continuously so so grateful for all those that still turned up to fill their bellies with our delicious food. A special mention goes out to James (left) and Owen (right); James for making it out despite being in quite serious motorbiking accident recently, and Owen, his brother, for being a Trooper (pun not intended—Owen is in the Army) and wheeling him around. From all of us at the Vusion Crew, we thank you all again for an awesome day, despite the bad weather, and also on behalf of the @mulgravefarmersmarket, we wish you, James, a very speedy and full recovery! 🙏
Street food in hotel room. Throw back to my last night in Da Nang 10 days ago. I love the chewy slippery of Tapioca dumplings. Food absolutely links to memories. When I was a kid, often after my afternoon nap, my old nanny fed me with tapioca roux 🤣. She took a few table spoons of tapioca flour & mixed it with water. Next she stirred it quickly on a charcoal fire stove to cook it till it became a roux. I still remember the pale transparent color with the elastic jelly texture. Then, she poured a little of pur fish sauce in a small bowl as a dip. In the mean time, I was sitting quietly & obediently watching her & waiting her to feed me 😊 (I was already a foody soul kid & I have tons of stories to tell you my happy life of a foody kid 🤣). To feed me, my old nanny scooped a small spoon of tapioca roux. She raised the spoon near her mouth & blowed the air to cool off the roux down. Next she dipped the roux into the fish sauce, just a tiny little bit of fish sauce to give a taste of saltiness. Yes, that is how I love tapioca dumplings later 😊. And I love to eat them with pur fish sauce, not light sweet one called Nuoc Cham.