Friday, November 6, 2009

O-Line food chronicles (South Asia addition)

Phở (Vietnamese pronunciation: [fə̃ː] (Speaker Icon.svg listen); often written pho in the US where it is typically pronounced /ˈfʌ/[1]) is a Vietnamese beef and noodle soup.[2] The soup includes noodles made from rice and is often served with basil, lime, bean sprouts and peppers that are added to the soup by the customer.

The tradition continued when the big fella's made a trip over to Pho Van in the Hawthorne district for some $5 Pho a few weeks ago. Coach Falconer has a pretty severe addiction to the stuff after a trip to Vietnam this past summer.

Today is a pre game trip to La Serenita in Sellwood for Taco's, Burritto's, Sopa's and the best Horchata in town!

1 comment:

brett said...

This is fascinating.
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