Introduction about Vietnam Famous Ca kho

vietnam braised fish in clay potBeside the special physical and intangible illustrious reputation as 'Royal' Bananas, red seedless,... Vu Dai literary immortal "Chi Pheo - it" or Lao Hac, the hometown of the late writer Nam Cao martyrs to this famous dish soaked with national spirit - "Black Carp baked in clay pot" ... "

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Introduction about Vu Dai Village

ba kien home in vu dai village Dai Hoang village is locally known as Vu Dai, since it is the original setting for one of Vietnam's most famous short stories, Chi Pheo. The classic, written by Nam Cao in 1941, is set in Vu Dai, where a poor and lonely man named Chi Pheo is turned into a "monster" by the bullying of corrupt authorities and rich people.

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Legendary fish stew from village Vũ Đại - North Vietnam

braised fish in viet namFor every single Vietnamese, either good or bad high school student, none of us will forget this character - Chí Phèo from the same-name story written by an eminent master of short stories - Nam Cao, back to 1940s. Chí Phèo would be a fictional character who lived a real village named Vũ Đại in North of Vietnam and by somehow the unique fish stew in clay pot was mentioned in that story as a signature speciality from that northern village, and now became a special flavour from North during Tết to people living in Saigon or at least to me, who is curious to taste all fish foods.

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Mr Tran Luan with stew fish in clay pots

 Mr. Tran Luan from VietnamWe are building a tourist complex where visitors can experience making ca kho themselves. On the one hand, it’s supplementary to our existing business. On the other hand, it’s very much a complementary strategy as it allows us to bring more of our tradition and our culture to the rest of the world. Marketing guru Philip Kotler once said, “Vietnam can be the kitchen of the world”. We think so too, and this is just the beginning. 

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