What does MI mean in Vietnamese?
In Vietnamese, the word bánh mì is derived from bánh (which can refer to many kinds of food, primarily baked goods, including bread) and mì (wheat). It may also be spelled bánh mỳ in northern Vietnam. Taken alone, bánh mì means “bread”, but particularly the Vietnamese baguette, or the sandwich made from it.
What meat is in banh mi?
The traditional banh mi started as a meat-filled banquette with Asian flavours. Most are filled with pork, chicken and/or pate. Beef and other meats have been introduced in recent years.
What is special about banh mi?
Translated simply as “wheat,” the banh mi is a delicious and ever-varying combination of deli-style pork, pate and veggies (think carrots, cilantro, cucumber, etc), stuffed into a soft and crunchy French baguette. Regional variations in Vietnam involve adding headcheese, pork sausage and various other vegetables.
Is Mi middle name?
Unfortunately, we may never come to know his middle initial, or where he came from. The two Zuckerbergs have different middle initials.
|MI||Michigan (US postal abbreviation)|
|MI||Myocardial Infarction (heart attack)|
Is Mi a name?
Mi is the ancient ancestral surname 羋, most notably the name of the imperial house of State of Chu during the Warring States period. It is also the pinyin romanisation of various modern Chinese surnames, including 麋, 米, 禰 and others.