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    When talking about traditional pho, I pronounce it fuh. For the sake of our naming pun, we are pronouncing it foh. 860 is the Hartford area code, hence the (86ph0).
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    no worries Johnny, just messing with ya. A pet peeve of mine. I have been corrected by , so many none Vietnamese on the proper way to say Pho, that it borders on the ridiculous. You know the funny thing is a lot of the younger generation, American born Vietnamese call it FOH too and think it's correct. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Namaxy View Post
    Great looking menu. Agree with Sach on the Pho though

    Thanks for sharing the short rib photo. I've been going 134..always wondered if it was a little high.
    This is the first time I have done it. There are many formulas/recipes out there, I picked this one because it was at the lowest temperature of the ones I saw. I wanted it as rare as possible to best mimic the rare beef I was basing this one off of. It was TK's recipe, so I figure I can't really go wrong there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Namaxy View Post
    Great looking menu. Agree with Sach on the Pho though

    Thanks for sharing the short rib photo. I've been going 134..always wondered if it was a little high.
    You know foodies have gone crazy when they are worrying about less than 1% variation in one step of a cooking process.

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    Ill have some pictures up later, but basically this fcking rocked. We had a ton of people, did over 150 covers in under 2 hours and sold out of food. I am still recovering, haha. It was awesome.
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    Sounds tasty don't forget the sriracha or chili paste. And the mint leaves and bean sprouts. Wish I could be there at least it is a short drive to Pho in Westminster/garden grove in little Saigon. Baguette sandwiches are good too. Wishing you much success!!!

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    Glad it was a success. Looking forward to the pics. Hope u made a little bit of dough as well.
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    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    And some more here.
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    Outside the building before getting setup:


    DJ/Chef Power and his son doing their homework before the start:


    Finally I get my corner office with a view:


    Our guests:


    Hustle:


    On the line:


    The space from the behind the DJ booth:
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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