RE: vietnamese po boy
The first Vietmanese Sandwiches served in the Continental United States were made by a Vietmanese Bread Baker, with his wife at a small shop on the fringes of Seattle's International District. Close to the first place that served "PHO NOODLES", sill in business in a Pink Shanty on the corner of South Jackson and Rainer, called "Pho Bac". These both opened just before the end of the Vietnam War. Sandwiches still sell as low as $1.25, but in Seattle there are about 100 Pho Places and Deli's, many very good, But the Soup at "Pho Bac" is still the best.