Today was our first really warm day, and this tangy Cellophane Noodle Salad was perfect, crunchy and refreshing. It's been a fish sauce kind of week, and I've enjoyed several recipes calling for it. Although it has fish sauce in it, there's no fishy taste (cross my heart). This salad also contains a little ground pork, but it doesn't taste meaty. In fact, you could leave out the pork altogether and add more thinly sliced veggies, and it would taste just as good. The backbone of the salad is the cellophane noodles, which are also called bean threads. You soak them in warm water for 30 minutes as you prepare the other ingredients for the salad, then toss everything together. If you've never had cellophane noodles you should treat yourself to them. They're so much fun to eat, and have a slightly crunchy texture that I enjoy very much. Kids usually like them too. And they are pasta, so I submit this to Presto Pasta Night, which was created by the lovely Ruth at Once Upon A Feast . She should have the Roundup of the other pasta bloggers today.