Vietnamese Chef Makes a Bánh Mì, New Orleans’ Other Po’ Boy

In New Orleans, the po' boy is a world-famous staple—but what about the bánh mì? Learn about the rich history of New Orlean's Vietnamese community, and come along for the ride as chef Cynthia VuTran teaches our host chef Phillip Lopez how to make a bangin' bánh mì.

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