Susan Ðỗ Zuñiga
recalls her childhood memories of her mother cooking pho nearly every weekend, an event that never failed at bringing her family together again and again. It is a staple food that brings life and warmth into any Vietnamese household and beyond. These traditions have shaped Susan who she is today - a lawyer, a wife, and most importantly, a mama of two ever-hungry boys. Her hope is that her sons consume their culture (literally and figuratively), and pass those roots onto their children one day. This book is a reminder for them.