Second Book:

Elizabeth Street Cafe
By Tom Moorman, Larry McGuire, Julia Turshen
ESC: Lots of Bánh Mì, pg. 30, 75 & 166

ESC: Lots of Bánh Mì, pg. 30, 75 & 166

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Homemade Banh Mi Rolls
Scrambled Egg, Cilantro and Jalapeno Banh Mi
Ham, Gruyere and Butter Lettuce Banh Mi

I had a really hard time with these rolls. I'll mention this again when I get to the macaron recipe, but the doughs/batters seem to come out pretty dry as I'm making them here in Boston. I will absolutely try these again, and maybe test another recipe to compare.

Difficulty: Hard
Tips & Tricks: Be confident! And follow directions. Google how to roll these things, too.. 
Easy Substitutes: If you don't feel like making the rolls yourself you can find Vietnamese rolls or Mexican bolillos in some grocery stores.
Pair With: All the Banh Mi recipes in this book, of course!
Make Again?: We eat banh mis often.. At least once a week on average. 

ESC: Mango-Lime Sorbet, pg. 145

ESC: Mango-Lime Sorbet, pg. 145

ESC: Classic Tam Deli Wonton Soup, pg. 78

ESC: Classic Tam Deli Wonton Soup, pg. 78