Dot Com Pho – Fast and Furious Edition

For whatever reason, Stephen likes to call his videos After Hours. This came about because I would film a Dot Com Pho video and then he would do one showing stuff that happen after Dot Com Pho was over. However, his videos no longer does that. They are filmed as Dot Com Pho is happen. Stephen kept the moniker to distinguish his Dot Com Pho video from mine one. However again, I’ve decided to stop doing the videos since Stephen is already filming during the Pho feast. There’s no need for two videos of what would basically be the same thing. So this Dot Com Pho After Hours is really Dot Com Pho. What’s in today’s episode?

This is kind of a 2 for 1 feature presentation as last week, I just didn’t have enough footage to make a video. So instead, you get to see what Leo and hi woofed down at a local Turkish restaurant.

This week we welcome John Chow back from his captivity in China for war crimes against the Panda. We also welcome Michael Kwan home for a couple days before he ships back off to the frosted Tundra known as Edmonton. Gadgets this week include a look at the Kindle 2, how Devastator is a Segway, and we also uncover the John Dory Mystery from Hells Kitchen.


19 thoughts on “Dot Com Pho – Fast and Furious Edition”

  1. Turkish coffee is amazing!…tho that is some fancy china the coffee comes in..the place I got to, you just get the coffee in a shot glass (for anyone that has not tried the coffee, its probably the power of 5 regular coffee’s lol)

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    1. I missed seeing the Dot Com Phos… glad you’re back.

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      1. Stephen says:

        Chris: You can see the missing episodes here: http://www.vimeo.com/stephenfung/videos

        Dot Com Pho never stopped!

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      2. Michael Kwan says:

        Whether or not anyone of us is absent (including John Chow), Dot Com Pho goes on. Not every episode has been posted on John’s blog, but you can find a complete archive of the videos at http://www.dotcompho.com

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    2. Stephen says:

      This is true. I was bouncing off the walls the whole day.

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  2. Rick Vaughn says:

    What is that pizza with no sauce?

    That’s alot of food. Have you been in the wilderness for a week?

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    1. Stephen says:

      It’s a fresh rolled oven fired Turkish flat bread. It’s kind of like Indian Naan bread, but much tougher.

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      1. fas says:

        Dot Com Pho is pretty unhealthy, LOL.

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        1. Stephen says:

          Pho can’t be unhealthy. People are unhealthy.

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          1. profound! haha.

            That bread is actually good, and the meals over all at DCP are prob better than meeting up at McDonalds and gulping on Big Macs…plus its good to see you guys experiencing and sharing other cultures

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  3. blinkky says:

    I’m feeling hungry after watching the video.

  4. Interesting video. To be honest, the title “Fast and Furious” made me click on the link.

    Gotta love that movie.

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    1. Stephen says:

      If you liked Fast and Furious, then you will wan to enter to win my last Fast and Furious: New Model. Original Parts. Poster like the one Ed and Michael got. Just head to the Vimeo page of the video for the link.

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  5. What a strange meal. That sort of bread looks like a pretty dry and hard to chew. I have seen some similar bread in Italian food.

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    1. Stephen says:

      It was pretty dry. That’s why you dump it in the soup or scoop up the Alibaba dish with it. You can really load it up because it won’t break when it gets moist.

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  6. Great video, I have to go and have some snack now 🙂

  7. Ben Pei says:

    Awww welcome back!

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  8. Dean Saliba says:

    I’m not a coffee fan but Turkish coffee is very nice. 😛

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  9. Michael Zhao says:

    Something new.

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