Creamy Avocado Omelette! It's something you can do with overripe avocados. Just mash them, add some salt, olive oil, lime juice and two eggs. Just pan fry with very little oil. It's delicious and creamy. #avocado #seouleats #cooking #breakfast #nocarbs
Had the famous beef noodles from Soi Yeonnam. Its a satisfying bowl of noodles like no other in Korea but it is a tad on the sweet side. The beef is incredibly tender and flavorful and I like their somtam, but it could be spicier. #seouleats #korea #yeonnamdong
Seoul, Mapo-gu Yeonnam-dong 229-67
I can't wait for this! WOW! So great!
In A Day with some curry, kamjatang and pollack soup
In Artistic Pork Belly Feast from Yunssi Grill Room 윤씨그릴방, korea
Artistic Pork Belly Feast from Yunssi Grill Room 윤씨그릴방 via YouTube Capture
TASTING Royce Nama Chocolate So good and worth going to Japan for.
Having a Cuban sandwich with tomato soup at Cuba Kings. Soup is great. Has some toasted rice on top and it is nicely spiced with decent body. The sandwich would have been great if it was freshly toasted instead of premade and briefly heated. Meh. #cuban #koreanfood #seouleatsA photo posted by Seoul Eats By Yoonie and Danny (@seouleats) on
The sandwich would have been great if they made it fresh. The tomato soup was wonderful and I loved the toasted rice bits in it. Not bad. Not Bad.
As a new father with a quickly growing daughter, I had learned to adapt quickly in order to feed my little spawn. She has gone through the milk phase and then just rice phase and now she wants flavor. Well...flavor with some compromises. I have to get nutrients into my little girl while also making food fun. After all, I do have a reputation to uphold.
Feeding a baby is a fun challenge. Of course my little carrot would love to eat ice cream all day. Seriously. She loves soft serve ice cream, it is not very nutritious and I don't want her consuming so much sugar. She would also love strawberries all the time but at 20,000 won per container its not a viable snack.
My little meatball does love tofu but tofu is a tad salty. She also likes eggs, spinach and noodles. Actually, she likes a lot of food but they must be in a fun form factor for her to enjoy them.
Take carrots. She could take them or leave them. I could boil them and mash them but that doesn't do much. I could put them in soup, but she picks them out. Now inside dumplings, she likes them or if I make them into pancakes with a bit of tofu and oil; she'll devour them. Spinach is fine if they are chopped finely or if I get rid of the fibrous stem.
Tomatoes have been a godsend and she'll eat them raw or if I make a tomato and egg drop soup.
Meat is pretty easy. She loves them but they should be made easy to chew. She has teeth but not enough for something chewy. Fork torn chicken works and so does minced beef. I find that making them into a soup works best.
My goal is to have my daughter enjoy the many different flavors of the world while focusing on what is natural. But then again, isn't that how we should all eat?
For the last year I have been involved in a startup called iFood Korea in which I work with my foodie friends. Our goal was to created a curated food community by industry professionals. We have been supporting the chef's community by asking the restaurants they like and then sending our teams to make content about it. I will be sharing some of the content here as well. I hope you will go out and enjoy eating at the different places the chefs recommend.
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"You can have both lots of clams and handmade chewy noodle in Kalguksu. I go here whenever i want to have a good soup."
This is 'Chongusuk Kalguksu' recommended by chef Mihwa Kim. * Chongusuk Kalguksu
* Address: Seoul Youngsan-gu Itaewonro 55gagil 12-1
* Phone: 02-796-6204
Google Map Link: 12-1 Itaewon-ro 55ga-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul