40 Days of Soup: Day 35 – Pho


photo of pho by Brother O’Mara

Soup recipe and description coming soon. My son, Corban spent a year studying in Osaka as part of a university exchange program. One of his fellow students was from Vietnam and taught him how to make pho (pronounced “fu” as in “fun”) For one of our family meals during the Christmas holidays, we made this note-able soup. He will be sending the write-up but I wanted to post something for this day. I can tell you this, it took all day long for the cooking after we spent many trips to find all the ingredients up here in the north Georgia mountains (to supplement the ones Corban brought up from Atlanta!)!  We decided since star of anise was not readily available to just buy the prepackaged seasoning packets. So glad we do have an Asian market within a few miles. (Especially when we had to run out Christmas eve to get the fish sauce! They were open until 8:00PM)

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About deairby

From a small Mississippi town and have lived my adult life in the south. I am the wife of Tom Irby since 1974, mother of 8, grandmother of 8, lover of Truth, previous owner of The Baron York Tea Room Cafe and Gift Shop (7 years), cookbook writer, moderator of the Small Business forum on Social Media Examiner, enjoy life and all the adventure God brings my way.
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2 Responses to 40 Days of Soup: Day 35 – Pho

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