Enter a recipe for a steaming hot bowl of Vietnamese pho (pronounced, “fuh”). On the surface it’s a very simple dish: broth, noodles, a protein, a few sprouts, herbaceous greens, and an optional dollop of chili paste and squish of lime for a little zing. And yes, while the ingredients are few, making authentic Hanoi-style pho is an artful, time intensive labor of love. Not unlike the time we spend performing inherited rituals leading up to, and during a hunt. There is beauty in both.