I guess when you are in a combat zone, you really look for home that will remind you of home. The New York Times took apart 14 different MRE’s (Meal’s ready to Eat Meals). (See the full article here). Here are MRE’s from my two home countries: America and Korea. So if I was in […]
I love Sundubu. I love the glistening globules of Chili Oil. I love the creamy, contrasting soft tofu. I love putting just the yellow egg yolk (I leave out the white) into the boiling broth and watch it poach in the rich, spicy liquid. I love how it makes me sweat afterward.
Grandmother’s Knife-cut Noodles In the back alley of Jongno 3-ga, you’ll find Grandmother’s Knife-cut noodles. The place has been around for 20 years and it’s the most popular knife-cut noodle shop in the area- which is surprising because it looks like a dump. It looks like a shanty with seats, but maybe that’s because they […]
I’m in Korea for vacation, where are the best restaurants to eat at??? This is a question I get asked all the time and although I try to personally answer each e-mail, I feel that there are many lists on my website that answer this question. I wanted to make a comprehensive post about this […]
This picture looked so scrumptious that I just had to share it with you. Tuna with egg, blanched carrots, celery, pickles, enclosed in rice. Yummy.
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