And we’d be like, ‘Five teaspoons or tablespoons?’” says Kim. But here, this process is made simple in one easy-to-use sauce packet. For Kim and Vanessa, their connection with food has been present throughout their lives. Food has “been a way that we connect with our identity and understand our culture,” says Vanessa, who in fact, recalls mentioning her favorite Vietnamese soup dish “Bun Bo Hue” (a beef and vermicelli noodle soup) in the Gel Throw Away Do Not Eat Silica shirt besides I will buy this starting line of her college essay. For many Asian families (mine included) love was conveyed through food. “Food was always a huge part of our family, but in many ways, quite unspoken. You might not say, ‘I love you,’ but you’ll put a piece of fruit [out] to apologize,” says Kim. “We’ve found it to be an important language, in a way, for us to reclaim what it means to share Asian culture in a way that’s undiluted,” Vanessa adds. I absolutely hate the game, to the point where it’s making me physically ill to play it. And no, it’s not about the slow pace. I like a slow pace. The problem is that you’re forced to journey through the game with your idiot friends back at the camp. You’re TIED to that place with an umbilical cord, and it severely restricts any sort of freedom you may wish to have. In Red Dead 1, you were a lone man on a mission. You came and went as you pleased, and no one told you what to do, or had any long-lasting expectations from you. And THAT’S why I fell in love with it. I’m not a family man. I’m a loner who wants to explore the game world at my own pace while finding my own adventures along the way. But Red Dead 2 is a completely different beast. One that punishes you for exploring the world and straying off the beaten path. You’re expected to contribute to the camp at all times. Well, I DON’T CARE about the camp. I don’t want to be there at all! And yet, there’s never-ending chores to do, hard labor to endure and supplies to be found. And NONE of your friends will lift a finger to help you. YOU are the camp. The others just hang around. So why not just let me go off on my own? Except, that’s no fun either. If you so much as breathe in this game, the law comes after you.For the inaugural launch, Omsom partnered with four chefs who head three of NYC’s trendiest restaurants, each redefining Vietnamese, Thai, and Filipino cuisine through a modern lens. Vanessa and Kim tapped Jimmy Ly of Madame Vo (also a favorite of SJP’s), Nicole Ponseca of Jeepney and Chat and Ohm Suansilphong from the popular Thai spot, Fish Cheeks. One Omsom sampler pack ($29), includes six sauce packets created by each chef that cover three signature Asian dishes: Vietnamese lemongrass barbecue, Filipino Sisig, and Thai Larb, with easy instruction cards included for each. For me, Omsom completely transformed my home cooking. Not only did it bring back my favorite Vietnamese dish into my home, but it also brought joy to my quarantine nights.
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