Another bowl of blood, Lonnie!
Blog Guy, you write a lot about travel. My wife and I need a vacation, but we’re trying hard to lose weight. Vacations always mean wonderful meals, and we come home 10 pounds heavier. How can we break that cycle?
Oh hot-diggity. How does that help?
For dinner in Hanoi, head out to a bistro I know specializing in entrails and blood soup.
Ewww! Puke-o-Rama! What’s it called?
Lonnie’s House of Blood Soup and Cocktail Lounge. Tell Lonnie I sent you.
You’re crazy! I’d sooner stay home and eat my wife’s cooking!
Don’t forget to save room for Lonnie’s dessert. If you bring your own Bowie knife, you can help him kill it.
A raw blood dish is displayed with cooked entrails at a restaurant in Hanoi, April 28, 2009. Frozen pudding from fresh duck or pig blood is a popular dish in Vietnam, although duck blood is less consumed following bird flu outbreaks. A bowl of raw blood costs about 55 cents. REUTERS/Kham