.... is delicious and I wish I could eat it every day.
This is a good visual of the approximate quantity of fruits I ate.
This is a terrible picture of some banh (Hue-area specialty small dishes) - they were tiny dishes with a sticky glutinous rice base, topped with little pinches of what seemed to be seafood and egg, finely chopped and fried crispy? Or something. It was tasty even for a this-week-only seafood eater.
OK, the interwebs say it is banh beo, "Silver-dollar disks of rice flour. Topped with mung bean powder, ground shrimp, and oil-moistened green onions. Served with nuoc cham." Thanks Banh Guide: http://dina-n-brian.com/Alice/Banhguide.htm
Fried corn with shallots and tomato (and some nice fresh springrolls in background).
So. Many. Kinds. Of. Delicious. Leafy. Greens. Usually served with garlic and inadequate English words to cover all of them. Oh, and tiny crabs, but I certainly didn't eat any of those.
Fruit: Not only delicious but decorative. I miss the fruit. Denver is not so fruitastic.
Some meat thing Chris ate that he said was tasty but I didn't pay attention to what it was b/c it's meat. Pretty, no?
Now THIS was a taco of earthly delights. Crispy rice-flour taco filled with fresh veggies and shrimpies and herbs (and pork if you like), with a peanut-based sauce to pour in. Single most delicious Thing of the trip. It is called banh khoai and I will not die without eating it again.
One of many hotpots. So wonderful in pouring rain. With fruit for dessert.