Bacon Kimchi Fried Rice

Bacon Kimchi Fried Rice

Kimchi Fried Rice is probably the easiest Korean dish to make. All you need is kimchi, rice, sesame oil, and egg.

Visiting Japan - Sushi Yoshitake Review

Sushi Yoshitake Review

When we decided to visit Japan as well as Korea, there were a couple of things I knew I wanted to do in Japan.

Visiting the Motherland - Korea Sightseeing

Visiting the Motherland - Korea Sightseeing

Although it seems like all we did was eat in Korea, we also did some sightseeing. We went in mid-November, and we were at the tail end of Fall. We were able to see beautiful colors of the leaves, with full autumn colors on display everywhere we went.

Visiting the Motherland - Korean Restaurant Reviews

Visiting the Motherland - Korean Restaurant Reviews

While street food was great in Korea, we also spent a good amount of time trying different restaurants.

Visiting the Motherland - Korean Street Food

Visiting the Motherland - Korean Street Food

Visiting Korea, one of the things I was looking forward to the most was the street food.

Visiting the Motherland - Hanok Experience

Visiting the Motherland - Hanok Experience

When my husband and I decided to visit Korea, one thing we agreed on was to spend one night in a traditional Korean house, called Hanok.

Portugese Baked Eggs, Bon Appetit Style

Portugese Baked Eggs

LA has been experiencing a weird heat wave lately.  Hot and dry, with the temperature reaching 90 degrees... in November!  I am so ready for fall, with hearty soups, rich casseroles, and hot noodle soups.  Cold weather, where are you?

Bibimbap - Veggie Style

Bibimbap - Veggie Style

There are gazillion ways to make bibimbap. Bibimbap just means "mixed rice," so the possibilities are endless.

Oxtail Soup Lovin'

Korean Oxtail Soup

To me, nothing says love like oxtail soup. Oxtail soup is simple to make, does not require any special seasoning or difficult cooking technique, yet it takes a long time and dedication to make a great bowl. It is chicken soup for the soul, Korean style.

Eating Nakzi, Stir-Fried

Stir-Fried Nakzi

Nakzi is Korean for baby octopus. Korean people eat it grilled, stewed, even alive. Live octopus is a popular dish in Korea, but I don't know that it has caught on in the States yet.

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