Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Fried rice from my heart

Oh yes! I made fried rice for my hubby. It's not easy to make fried rice specially when you want it to be special. My hubby was sleeping while I was making this fried rice. I know it doesn't look good and yummy but it is made with love. I spent long time making it. I put lots of garlic and half onion, pork, and eggs. When I served it to my hubby he asked what it was. I said it was my special fried rice. He just smiled. hehe...

Monday, May 24, 2010

Fashion Footwear

I saw this program on tv where they show the ladies who collect shoes. Some of them collect more than a hundred pairs of shoes. They are just simple ladies who have simple jobs. They are not rich but they collected those shoes. They said it's their hobby to collect footwears. They said their love with the shoes help them on how to work harder because they have goal. Their goal is to buy the shoes that they saw in the department store. I couldn't understand them until I found the Fashion Footwear where you can see different kinds of beautiful shoes. You'll just realize that your heartbeat moves so fast because you have much interest in getting those shoes. You can't also understand me if you won't check them by yourselves. Ahh, I hope I can have at least one of them.

Girls, do you have any idea on what kind of shoes to wear on the party? If you don't have any, then visit this blog and you'll know about fashion footwear.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Roasted Eels or Jang-o gui

Last weekend, hubby and I went to Gochang to see the Gochang Barley Plantation. It is included in our plan to have jang-o gui or roasted eels for lunch because roasted eels are famous in Gochang.
Here are the eels.

As you know, koreans always serve different kinds of side dishes when they have meal. Not only in the restaurant but also at home. So here's what they serve in the restaurant.

They also served the eel bones. I tried one. It tastes like eels but they too hard and crispy.

This is how to eat jang-o. It's up to you whatever you want to put in your vegetable with the eel. I put ginger, garlic, pickled onion, samjang (beanpaste) on sesame leaves and lettuce.