Thursday, October 25, 2007
Now the summer is over, it's time to have raw fish.
It is eaten with some vegetables like lettuce and sesame leaves, garlic and pepper
chogochujang and ganjang (soy sauce) mixed with wasabi
We also had some shrimps.
And for the soup is Maeuntang. This is the head and the fish bone with some seashells and crabs.
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
I missed eating kimbap so i've tried to make by myself. Here's how i made it.
Prepare eggs, ham, pickled radish, seasoned burdock, crab meat, roasted laver, tuna and mayonnaise.
Fried the eggs and cut into long strips. Put the ingdients in a plate.
Tuna and mayonnaise are optional. But of course it makes the kimbap more delicious.
Pour a little amount of sesame oil into rice and sprinkle some salt.
Spread the rice onto the laver and put all the ingredients on top then roll.
Cut the rolled rice and serve.
Sunday, October 14, 2007
We were bored so we decided to go out but lazy to take a walk so we decided to have patbingsu instead. Although it was the same franchise store that we had in Seoul but this Patbingsu is more delicious because its more ingredients.
The one that we had in Seoul doesn't have kiwi and watermelon like this.
Thanks for this recipe, the next time that I make patbingsu at home like the one I made here, I'll also put some watermelons and kiwis. Yummy!
Thursday, October 11, 2007
Since then, when hubby is craving for donkas, we usually go in that restaurant. Hubby asked the manager if they can deliver to our place but he said they can't because it's a little bit far. Yes, it is but we sometimes walk to that restaurant specially when we feel that we need an exercise. It just took us 30 minutes on foot to get there. Not too far, huh?
Since we were very tired climbing up the mountain so we've decided to eat boribap in one of the restaurants near the valley.
Here's the korean style food. They serve many kinds of side dishes in every meal.
Boribap is rice boiled together with a lesser amount of barley. It's placed in a large bowl and a selection of banchan (side dishes) is provided.
This too is mixed with the boribap in the bowl, then moistened and flavored with gochujang.
I like eating mine with some fresh vegetables.
I couldn't take the picture of the muu that we bought because as soon as we came home my mother in law cut it and put some sesame oil and sesame seeds before she left. And yes, this is radish. I'm also wondering what they put in it and how it became that color.
Eventhough we went to sunchang, it was out of our plan to buy something. But hajuma who was in front of the store calling out the customer grab us to get inside the store and taste all the recipe that they've got. They serve us this. Hubby said that their deodeog is delicious so mom in law bought some for us.