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Passionate about catching bees from a young age, at that time, Mr. Trinh Phuoc Trung (now 60 years old, living in Phuoc Thoi ward, O Mon district, Can Tho) often went to catch honeybee nests in electric poles, tree branches, stuck holes… about farming.

“When I was a child, I was also scared, but I don’t understand why I loved them so much. Catching bees and putting them in a wooden crate to raise them, watching them build nests and making honey, I was even more fascinated,” said Mr. Trung.

The “mutant” market put a bee in his mouth without fear of being burned (Clip: Bao Ky).

Countless times he was stung by bees, sometimes his face was swollen, his hands and feet were swollen, but Mr. Trung was still not afraid. He said: “Swelling for a few days and then gone, but the hive didn’t bring it back, what if they moved away?”

Mr. Trinh Phuoc Trung performed his unique talent “putting bees in his mouth” (Photo: Bao Ky).

And just like that, from his personal interest, Mr. Trung started to raise bees to outsource for households with conditions. Initially, he kept a few boxes of bees, but now he has increased the number to more than 200 boxes/year.

Thanks to this job, he earns from 150 million VND/year, enough to cover his family’s life. As for the talent of putting bees in his mouth, because Mr. Trung has been doing it for a long time, the bees “get used to the air” and do not sting.

To verify this, Mr. Trung took us to Mr. Tran Hoang Anh’s garden (living in Truong Lac ward, O Mon district), where Mr. Trung is raising bees to get honey for the garden owner.

Mr. Trung has been practicing beekeeping for processing honey since he was 20 years old (Photo: Bao Ky).

Walking a few rounds to check more than a dozen containers of bees, Mr. Trung stopped a box of bees next to a bamboo bush. Outside the barrel, a swarm of hundreds of bees was swarming. Suddenly, Mr. Trung said loudly: “Girls and uncles, if I count to three, I will take this honeycomb and put it in my mouth.”

As soon as he finished speaking, Mr. Trung raised his hand to pick up 3 handfuls of bees and put them in his mouth. The swarm of bees was “disturbed” and flew all over the place, leaping out of Mr. Trung’s mouth. After waiting for the bees to fly away, Mr. Trung said: “See, put the bees in your mouth like that, but none of them sting me.”

Commonly raised bees are Italian bees, wild bees, domestic bees… (Photo: Bao Ky).

During the “trial” of putting bees in his mouth, Mr. Trung was not wearing protective gear, gloves, or a head net. Revealing the secret, “mutant” Trinh Phuoc Trung said that because he often goes to the garden to take care of bees, they are “accustomed to” him.

“When you put the bees in your mouth, it’s also very gentle and slow, the bees don’t see any danger, they won’t sting you,” explained Mr. Trung.

Honey is best in the dry season, around November, the honey harvest season begins, which lasts until Tet. Each box of bees yields from 500ml to 1 liter of honey (Photo: Bao Ky).

At first glance, it is easy, but even a beekeeper of more than 10 years like Mr. Hoang Anh does not dare to take on the challenge like Mr. Trung. Mr. Hoang Anh said that every day he went to the garden to visit the herd, he only noticed that when it was morning they flew away to find food, and in the afternoon they flew back to the nest.

“Every month, Mr. Trung comes to check the bee crates a few times. If the box reduces the number of bees, Mr. Trung will add more bees. This honey is raised in a natural way, not fed, so the honey is especially delicious. The quantity is small. but sold at a high price,” said Mr. Hoang Anh.

Visitors to the garden enjoy natural honey (Photo: Bao Ky).

It is known that when harvested, each carton of honey bees of Mr. Trinh Phuoc Trung can be processed from 500ml to 1 liter of honey depending on the rainy or sunny season. On average, for each box of bees, Mr. Trung is paid from 500,000 VND to 1 million VND.

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Đăng bởi: Tiên Dương

Từ khoá: The “mutant” worker filled his mouth with bees without fear of being burned

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: A Guide To The Resting Place Of The Revolutionary Leader Of Vietnam

If you ask a Vietnamese who’s the greatest hero of their country, chances are they will answer Uncle Ho. So it’s easy to understand how Vietnamese people would honor their hero by giving him a proper mausoleum. Currently, the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Hanoi. To help you on your journey, this guide aims at how you can visit the mausoleum thoroughly and explore nearby attractions as well. Wanna explore Ho Chi Minh mausoleum along with other iconic landmarks in Hanoi? Join our Hanoi one day city tour now!

The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum introduces many unique Vietnamese architectural features

The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum’s history is quite brief, as it’s fairly new. They started its construction on September 2, 1973, in Ba Dinh Square, where he used to hold large meetings. They finished it on August 29, 1975, and it has been opened to the public ever since. The mausoleum is 21.6 meters in height and 41.2 meters in width. Its structure is just like Lenin’s Mausoleum in Moscow but introduces many unique Vietnamese architectural features. Its exterior is made of grey granite while the interior is made of grey, black and red polished stone. It has the phrase “Chủ tịch Hồ Chí Minh” which means “Chairman Ho Chi Minh” painted in the front. On the side of the mausoleum are two platforms with seven steps for parade viewing. The area in front of the mausoleum is divided into 240 green squares. The garden around it has around 250 different species of plants and flowers from all over Vietnam.

How to get there to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

If you stay around the Old Quarter area, like most tourists in Hanoi do, the best way to get to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is still taxi, bus and “Xe ôm” (motorbike-taxi). With Grab (Uber for motorbike) you can get there easily. So make sure to utilize the app.

The last resting place of the Vietnamese hero credit:@hyoshinkwak/Instagram

The mausoleum is open 5 days a week: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday. On Saturday and Sunday the visiting time increase by 30 minutes. Its opening time is based on the season. In the hot season, which is usually from April to October, it opens from 7.30 AM to 10.30 AM and extended to 11 AM on Saturday and Sunday. In the cold season, usually from September to March, it opens from 8 AM to 11 AM. Here are some tips for visiting the mausoleum. Remember to dress neatly, don’t wear shirt and pants that are too short. The security can remove you from the premise if you violate. Children under 3 are not allowed into the mausoleum. Don’t bring any food, electronics, jewelry or metal object in. You also can’t bring any cameras and other recording devices into the mausoleum.

What Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum has to offer: art, architecture, history and more!

Visiting Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is in the list of top things to do in Hanoi recommended by a local. Your tour of the mausoleum could be quite short due to the number of people wanting to get in. So when you finished visiting Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum it’s important to know where to go next. This part will present some tourist attractions near the mausoleum so you can continue exploring.

One Pillar Pagoda

You can find this unique-looking pagoda at the south-end of Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (just around 200m walk). Entrance is free and the pagoda is open daily from 8 AM to 5 PM. Refreshments are also available nearby the pagoda, so you can sit, relax and rest a bit. This little temple is made of wood and a single stone pillar.  The pagoda still remains as one of Hanoi’s most popular tourist sites. The little shrine is dedicated to the Vietnamese Buddhist deity Quan Am Bo Tat with her statue inside.

Behind the pagoda credit:@garysuefong/Instagram

According to legends, Emperor Ly Thai Tong decided to build the pagoda after he has a dream. In which, Quan Am gave him a baby son resting on a lotus flower. After the temple was finished, many loyal followers came here to pray to Quan Am for a long and successful life. The pagoda has undergone many renovations, most recently in 1955 when the base was destroyed during the French evacuation. It’s still unclear how much of the current pagoda is the original.

Ho Chi Minh Museum

This museum is one of the most resourceful museums in Hanoi and probably in the country. You can easily walk here from Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. The museum was opened on May 19, 1990, on the 100th birthday of Uncle Ho. This place aims to express deep gratitude to the former Chairman of Vietnam. It is perhaps the largest museum in Vietnam.

Outside the museum credit:@viagemcomacris/Instagram

The museum mainly focuses on displaying artifacts and documents about Ho Chi Minh’s life and career. You can find three main part in Ho Chi Minh Museum. The first part shows the life and career of Uncle Ho. The second part is about the lives of Vietnamese people in wars. The last one shows some events in the world’s history that made a great impact on Uncle Ho’s life and career It opens every day, except Monday and Friday, from 8 AM to 11 AM and from 2 PM to 4.30 PM. The entrance fee is just 10.000 VND (US$ 0.50) so it’s really a waste if you don’t visit this museum.

Museum of History of Vietnamese Military

About 1.5km from Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is the Museum of History of Vietnamese Military. It’s also known as Military Museum and is one the oldest museums in Hanoi. If you want to know more about Vietnam or just interest in history, then visiting this place is very important. There is both indoors and outdoors exhibition of military-related artifacts. Its exhibition dated back to as early as Hung Vuong Era, which is the start of Vietnam as a country. It also showcases the first thousand years Chinese domination of Vietnam, as well as the century struggle against French colony.

An exhibition inside the museum credit:@ms.chub/Instagram

The museum also thoroughly show Vietnam from 1954 to 1975, which is the period of the Vietnam war and the division of North-South. Most exhibitions are about the Vietnamese tradition of being courageous in protecting national integrity; technologies in adapting and producing weapons; and the diplomatic relationship between Vietnamese and its allies around the world. Visitors to Ho Chi Minh city, instead, can visit War Remnants Museum for the equivalent experience. It opens Tuesday – Thursday from 8 AM to 11.30 AM and Saturday – Sunday from 2 PM to 4 PM. The entrance fee for normal visitors is 30.000 VND (US$ 1.50) and an additional 20.000 VND (US$ 1.00) if you want to take photos of the exhibitions.

Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt House

From Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, you can make your way to his stilt house, the longest place of living and working. This stilt house is where he lives from 1958 to 1969 and has been preserved just the way he left it. According to the data, Uncle Ho wants to build a stilt house in Hanoi because when being in Viet Bac base, he only stays at stilt house. He designed the house with his own ideas. The house has bedroom, kitchen, dining room and guest room.

The stilt house from the outside credit:@marcpuigmusic/Instagram

Although it’s now only used for official receptions, visitors can still wander the ground if they stick to the paths. The clear views through the open doorways and windows give an insight more fascinating than most museum exhibitions. Above are just some recommendation on places that you should see after you’ve finished exploring Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. I hope that this guide is useful to you. If you are curious about other destinations in Hanoi, visit our article “2 days in Hanoi: Where to go?”.

Đăng bởi: Thế Quảng Nguyễn

Từ khoá: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: A Guide To The Resting Place of The Revolutionary Leader of Vietnam

People Across The Country Celebrate The Victory Of U23 Vietnam

 

23h45Various types of celebration of the people of Da Nang

23h30 Hanoi Opera House Square is crowded with people fans holding flags, standing, dancing, and singing filled the steps, below the road, cars could not move because people stayed and cheered.

23h10 Hanoi youth dance and sing on the street On Hang Bai Street, Hoan Kiem District, with the music playing at full capacity, thousands of young people playing with their shoulders and necks sang from “Connecting big arms” to “The sound of pestle on Bom Bo squirrel”.

22h50 The streets of Hue city center are full of people. The flow of people continued to pour into the intersection area and the central streets of Hue city such as Hung Vuong, Dong Da, Le Quy Don, and Hanoi. Police stand in a line to direct traffic.

22h35 People in Thanh Hoa set off fireworks to celebrate in the rain, Thanh Hoa is pouring rain all day today. However, many young people in the city still rained down on the street to light fireworks and celebrate the victory of U23 Vietnam.

22h20A two-way street becomes a one-way street22h, The flow of people continued to pour into the downtown area of ​​Ho Chi Minh City. Tens of thousands of people gathered on the streets of Le Lai, Nguyen Thai Hoc, Nguyen Thi Nghia, Ly Tu Trong, and Nam Ky Khoi Nghia chanting “Vietnam is victorious”, “Vietnam is invincible”. The cheers mixed with the sound of car horns, the sound of pots and pans getting louder.

22h20 The center of the capital is congested, mothers and grandmothers go to the streets to cheer Under the influence of the low pressure trough, Hanoi as well as the northern provinces rained throughout the day. Tonight, while other districts are raining, the central area of ​​the capital is chúng tôi more late at night, the more fans flocked to the central streets cheering for the victory, causing some streets like Hai Ba Trung and Hue to be congested for a long time. People can only move very slowly, walking while observing the funny celebration of the mothers and grandmothers.

22h15 Nghe An people cheered for victory

22h10 Vung Tau people flock to the beach to celebrate Crowds of people flocked to the streets running along Bai Truoc beach to celebrate. Carrying flags and trumpets, Mr. Do Manh Cuong stood on the edge of the road blowing, occasionally touching to say goodbye to motorcyclists.

Not far away, a group of workers sat on the back of a truck, carrying pots, pans, and frying pans. “The contractor borrowed a car to drive us here. People at the construction site don’t have money to buy flags and trumpets, so they have nothing to use to have fun with everyone,” said Le Hoa, one of the group.

21:50 Dong Thap people celebrate the victory. Thousands of people in Cao Lanh city, Dong Thap province took to the streets to celebrate the victory. Mr. Nguyen Pham Thai, a lottery ticket seller in Cao Lanh city decided to stop selling to go storm even though there were more than 100 tickets left. With a bicycle, an additional flag and a “Vietnam Victory” headband, he said: “It’s so much fun now, tomorrow’s business will be counted.”

21h45 Bring the box speaker ‘to the storm’On Nguyen Trai and Tran Hung Dao streets (districts 1 and 5), the sea of ​​people poured out into the street with red flags and yellow stars. People on both sides of the street carrying pots and pans stood in front of their houses knocking continuously to respond.”Seeing that the team was not appreciated at the beginning of the tournament. It was so fun to win today, there was nothing in my house that made a loud noise, I brought it out and knocked with everyone,” said Mr. Hoa, a resident of Nguyen Trai Street.A young man carrying a large capacity box speaker played exciting music while the crowd continuously chanted “Vietnam is invincible” creating a very noisy atmosphere.

21h45 The center of Ho Chi Minh City is congested On the streets of Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Le Duan, Hai Ba Trung… the line of cars followed each other. Many people carry flags, wear banners, blow trumpets or use pot lids, and plastic buckets… to celebrate. Le Duan Street near Notre Dame Cathedral, the flow of cars entangled the road surface causing serious traffic jams. Groups of people were driving while raising the national flag, blowing trumpets, chanting “Vietnam victory”. Traffic police divided into several groups at intersections to separate lanes to ensure order.

21h35 Various types of celebration of the people of the ancient capital of Hue

21h30 Gia Lai people celebrate Under the cold weather, thousands of fans poured into Nguyen Tat Thanh Street, Pleiku City, to celebrate the victory of the Vietnamese team. Many people blew trumpets and held flags to shout Vietnam’s championship. Ms. Le Thi Tam, 25 years old, standing on the side of the road shouting, Vietnam won. The mountain town girl said that this was the first time with a group of friends going out to the street to celebrate the victory, and was very satisfied with the results of the Vietnamese team.

21h30 Nha Trang fans light flares to celebrate the flow of people in front of Tran Phu street, near April 2 square, which is getting more and more crowded. People lit fireworks to celebrate.

21h30 Thousands of people gathered on Dong Khoi Street, District 1 cheering

21h30 Can Tho fans celebrate in the rain immediately after the match, although it was raining heavily, many fans poured into Hoa Binh Boulevard in the central district of Ninh Kieu, cheering, cheering and celebrating the victory of the Vietnamese team.

21h25Ho Chi Minh City fans flock to Ben Thanh market

21h25The streets of Da Nang are animated by the sound of vuvuzela trumpets

21h20 Foreigners take to the streets to celebrate with Vietnam

21h18 The streets in the center of the capital were filled with cheering people

9:15 chúng tôi of ​​people celebrating victory in Linh Dam area, Hanoi

21h10

21h03 Thousands of Nha Trang fans join in the victory thousands of people poured into the streets of Tran Phu, Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, … to join the winning atmosphere of the Vietnamese men’s football team. Fans in Nha Trang said that it has been a long time since they felt the “storm” atmosphere after two years of being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

21h00 Thousands of Binh Thuan fans poured into the street immediately after the victory of the Vietnamese team, the people of Phan Thiet flooded the streets, carrying flags to the streets to celebrate the victory. The area in front of the roundabout of the victory monument, the number of people gathered to the east.

21h00 Hue people take to the streets to cheer

 (According to vnexpress )

Đăng bởi: Quân Võ Minh Anh

Từ khoá: People across the country celebrate the victory of U23 Vietnam

The ‘Capital’ Of Roses Is Brilliant Before The First Flower Festival

Currently, Me Linh district has 1,294 hectares of land for flower production, of which the rose cultivation area here accounts for about 1,152 hectares (accounting for 93.4%) – Photo: DANH KHANG

The Me Linh Flower Festival in 2023 is a highlight on the occasion of Me Linh district being recognized as a new rural standard, receiving the third-class Labor Medal, and the recognition ceremony of a special national relic with the temple relic of Hai Phong. Mrs. Trung.

Currently, Me Linh district has prepared 12 sample modules to decorate the flower road at the entrance to Hai Ba Trung temple with more than 1,000 flower pots for the event. Of which 60% are roses , the main flower of Me Linh. Besides, there are flowers such as chrysanthemums, chlorophyll, sunflower…

By the afternoon of November 27, according to the observation of Tuoi Tre reporter , most gardeners in the district were ready, the rose bushes and chrysanthemum flowers had bloomed, promising an impressive flower festival, contributing part of promoting the flower brand Me Linh, one of the two largest flower “capitals” of the capital, to tourists from all over the world.

Ms. Nguyen Thi Tam, a flower garden owner, said: Currently, her rose garden is about 1,500 m2 wide with 3 gardeners, growing more than 10 different species of roses. festival service – Photo: DANH KHANG

Many varieties of roses with different colors bloom before the Me Linh Flower Festival in 2023 – Photo: DANH KHANG

The land fund for growing roses has been covered in 11 communes of Me Linh district. Especially, Me Linh district has cooperated with Hanoi Agricultural Extension Center to implement a model of high quality roses with about 350 hectares in the fields of communes such as Van Khe, Trang Viet, Tien Phong, temple area. worship Hai Ba Trung, to communes such as Tien Thinh, Dai Thinh, Me Linh – Photo: DANH KHANG

To develop the Me Linh rose brand, the people here have searched for many new varieties of roses, improved the quality of roses, and brought the Me Linh rose brand to affirm its position in the market. In the photo: a cluster of brilliant yellow roses blooming – Photo: DANH KHANG

A garden of yellow chrysanthemums blooms brilliantly to prepare for the flower festival – Photo: DANH KHANG

A cluster of colorful confetti will also be decorated for the Me Linh Flower Festival in 2023 – Photo: DANH KHANG

The types of roses that are popularly grown in Me Linh such as Sa Pa ancient roses, Hai Phong ancient climbing roses, Van Khoi ancient roses, Da Lat white climbing roses, Da Lat pink climbing roses, ancient peach roses are all used. Gardeners here grow and replicate – Photo: DANH KHANG

Floriculture in Me Linh was formed more than 20 years ago, especially rose cultivation now brings quite high economic efficiency to the people here as well as creating the Me Linh rose brand for Hanoi capital – Photo: DANH KHANG

Photo: Internet (vinlove.net)

Đăng bởi: Đắc Tấn

Từ khoá: The ‘capital’ of roses is brilliant before the first flower festival

Breeding Lentils Upstream Of The Ma River

The specialty farming of halibut on the Ma River has been developed by the people of Yen Duyet fishing village, Cam Yen commune, and Cam Thuy district for two years now due to the favorable natural conditions and great market demand.

Mr. Trong has been raising salmon for two years. Photo: Le Hoang

As one of nearly 10 households raising salmon, Mr. Tran Ngoc Trong, 64, said this fish is a specialty in the Ma River. In the past, they lived in the natural environment a lot, but due to the fact that they are now very few, people have sought to keep them in cages. Currently, the farmers are still in the experimental breeding stage, the results are quite positive. “The fish grows fast, the delicious meat is not much different from fish living in the natural environment…”, Mr. Trong said.

Fish cages are built with bamboos split into spokes, an area of ​​​​4 m2, about 1.2-1.5 m deep, can raise 200-300 fish. The fingerlings are bought for 15,000 VND/fish, as big as an adult’s finger, the main food is earthworms and small fish. Mr. Trong said that in order to collect enough food for nearly 100 adult fish, he had to hoe for 1-2 hours a day, collecting more than a kilogram of worms.

Occasionally, Mr. Trong uses a racket to pick up fish to check if there is an infection or good growth. “There is no special secret to raising salmon, mainly to clean the cage before releasing and feeding it enough,” Mr. Trong said. Every time when the hydroelectric power plant floods or rains heavily, he has to stay up late at night to watch the water level, then pull the raft to a safe location, avoiding the flood to wash away his property. After more than a year of stocking, Trong’s fish averaged 1.5-2 kg each.

Mr. Nguyen Van Chien (on the left) has the largest school of trout in Yen Duyet fishing village. Photo: Le Hoang

Mr. Nguyen Van Chien’s family, 50 years old, is one of the households that raise the largest number of trout in Yen Duyet fishing village. At the beginning of 2023, Mr. Chien sought to buy more than 150 fingerlings to release. Up to now, the fish has been harvested, the largest size is 3-4 kg.

Pangasius is currently selling well, with prices ranging from 200,000-300,000 VND/kg, larger types and during Tet can sell 500,000-700,000 VND/kg. “Farmers don’t have to bring it to the market, but restaurants come to the place to order, and fish is very popular with the market,” Chien said.

In addition to raising trout, households in Yen Duyet also raise grass carp, the food of this species is mainly young grass, green vegetables, banana leaves… Photo: Le Hoang

In addition to raising trout, the people of Yen Duyet fishing village are very good at raising carp on the Ma River. This profession has been attached to their ancestors for many generations, there was a time when every household in the village kept cage carp, but now only a few households keep the job, mainly elderly grandparents, workers do not go to work far away. Okay.

Food for carp is mainly young grass, and banana leaves. Every day, after digging for worms to feed the trout, Mr. Trong went to find grass to cut back for the carp. Fish farming helps his family raise 4 children to study, and now have their own families, but none of the children follow their grandparents’ profession.

“The river profession is precarious, the income is also insignificant, I stick with the profession, so I just keep doing it until I have no health anymore…”, Mr. Trong said.

Breeding specialty lentils on the Ma River in Yen Duyet fishing village. Video: Le Hoang

Yen Duyet village has nearly 200 households, 30 households doing river work. In addition to cage fish farming, people mainly work as freelancers, build suction boats, transport hired sand or others work as workers in factories around the area.

Pangasius has the English name Bagridae, belongs to the catfish lineage living in freshwater and brackish water environments, distributed mainly in Africa and Asia. Fish has high nutritional value, is often processed into many delicious dishes such as grilled, braised, braised with banana and beans, cooked with sour…

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Thân Trọng Tính

Từ khoá: Breeding lentils upstream of the Ma River

Beef Wellington, The Aristocratic Dish Of England Makes The Whole World Wobble

What is Beef Wellington?

According to Wikipedia, Beef Wellington is a famous British meal named after Sir Arthur Wellesley, also known as The Duke of Wellington – the national hero who defeated Emperor Napoleon on the battlefield of Waterloo in 1815.

Beef Wellington always appears in luxurious parties.

Beef Wellington is famous for its attractiveness and sophisticated processing. This cake usually has 3 parts including the core is delicious beef tenderloin; the middle layer is foie gras papte combined with a mixture of delicious mushrooms, onion, basil, parsley, chopped pepper sautéed in butter, thinly sliced ​​Parma ham; The last layer is the dough to make pastry.

The processing of this beef dish is very sophisticated.

To make this dish, the chef must be very skilled. The marinated beef will be wrapped in a thinly sliced ​​parma mixture, spread enough to cover the meat, a mixture of pate, mushrooms, and sautéed onions. Finally, all will be wrapped neatly in a pastry shell, then spread a little egg and then put in the oven. Even more sophisticated, some people also use pastry dough to weave into textures on the surface of the dough.

This beef dish consists of 3 layers with a unique pastry crust.

Usually, a portion of wellington beef is usually enough for many people to eat, partly because the preparation is too complicated, partly because the large amount of meat is always easy to shape, easier to taste than a small amount. Beef Wellington is a popular dish on European banquet tables, especially on important occasions.

A standard piece of wellington beef when cut must have a golden crust, crispy enough but not fragile, a greasy, fragrant filling of foie gras and mushrooms. The most important part is that the beef still has to be pink, maybe the new beef is soft and sweet. Oh, but don’t worry if you prefer rare or cooked, Wellington beef can choose the level of doneness of beef. Eating a piece of Wellington beef with 3 layers like that, no matter how much the trumpet eats, people still have to fall in love with the aroma, crispy, soft, greasy, succulent in one bite.

Food associated with the name of Gordon Ramsay

In fact, each dish, whether simple or complex, if you want to cook it well, it needs its own feat and secret. With Wellington beef, this is even more necessary, because all the expensive ingredients and efforts will be poured into the sea if the beef is dry, the crust is mushy or the parts are not related to each other due to the time of rolling. gaps between layers.

Beef Wellington is the harmony of crispy, soft, fatty, rich and aromatic.

And although the basic recipe is only one, it is up to each chef to make variations and create delicious dishes. Not all chefs come up with a way to spread mustard on a piece of meat before rolling it up and grilling it like the famous chef Gordon Ramsays and of course, with the same recipe as Gordon Ramsays, not all chefs do. make such a taste, make sure the beef is soft, bold, fragrant, and irresistible.

The dish ensures the success of important meals.

Beef Wellington is often served at steakhouses and 5-star restaurants. Beef Wellington with one or two sauces, most commonly Bearnaise, Colbert, Madeira, Perigourdine or Chateaubriand. A portion of Wellington beef at medium ripeness, just enough for the red of the meat to turn pink but still ensure the juicyness in each fiber, served with a glass of red wine is really a delicious menu for any occasion. romance or a guarantee for the success of any luxurious table.

Some Vietnamese restaurants serve beef Wellington such as Topping Beef, Wellington Restaurant & Cafe, Rico South American Steakhouse, El Gaucho Steakhouse… The price for a portion of Wellington beef averages about 800,000 VND, depending on the type of meat selected.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Ngọc Thanh

Từ khoá: Beef Wellington, the aristocratic dish of England makes the whole world wobble

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