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Bren Dishes on What President Obama Ate in Havana, Cuba & Spring Food Trends on CBS “Great Day Washington”

Bren was invited on CBS Washington “Great Day Washington” to chat about and show what president Obama (POTUS) ate during his historic visit to Havana, Cuba. We know he loved ropa vieja, or pulled flank steak and fried plantain! Also, Bren cooks up a cauliflower and couscous salad while discussing spring food trends.

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31 thoughts on “Bren Dishes on What President Obama Ate in Havana, Cuba & Spring Food Trends on CBS “Great Day Washington”

  1. Vietnamese dishes are mostly not spicy, chili peppers and chili sauce are usually served separately, as additional seasonings. As an accompaniment to many dishes, a plate of fresh herbs is served. In Vietnamese cafes and restaurants, it is customary to serve chilled green tea as a welcome drink (a welcome drink for which no money is taken) to any ordered dishes and drinks, find out more Fat Saigon Boy here. White bread is very popular with the Vietnamese as a vestige of French colonization, but it is not usually served with soups.

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