Crossing the streets in Hanoi is like entering the sea on a stormy day, a flow o…

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Crossing the streets in Hanoi is like entering the sea on a - Crossing the streets in Hanoi is like entering the sea on a stormy day, a flow o...

Crossing the streets in Hanoi is like entering the sea on a stormy day, a flow of motorcycles as an endless set of roaring waves. Once the swell breaks, you need to trust yourself and jump in. Swimming against the currents, and tumbling around in the waves, you finally come out of the other side looking somewhat pathetic, gasping for air, thinking “Jesus, I thought this would be it.” Eating and cooking in Hanoi is like sitting right on the edge by this sea, with a calm and slightly mad presumption that you won’t get wet.

The world looks a lot less daunting when you know you can sit with strangers and share a meal. When you cook with others, you are home, wherever you are. To read more from one of our latest pieces, “Cooking to Connect in Hanoi,” written by @charlottethewanderer, head to the link in our bio.
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