05-01-2011 03:22 PM
My group will cook for the Open Gates Day *a school festival* asian food. So I was thinking to try kimchi xD. I can't wait. The food looks sooo delicious in dramas *drolls*. I hope we'll be able to do that.
05-21-2011 08:14 PM
I am also curious about their dishes. I would love to try: Kimchi, the rice cake soup (I've seen many variety shows where they show this), Bibimbap...
I never want to try Gobchang, that just reminds me of the Puerto Rican morcillas and I have never, and never will, eat those.
05-22-2011 03:53 AM
one thing about korean food that surprises me: their soup has a white color. Our must have a red color and must be spicy (we love spicy food). I also hate pork meat but i want to try some kind of korean bread since i watched "king of baking kim tak goo" drama.
05-31-2011 02:04 AM
i also watched it and i wanna try korean bread too XDD
Originally Posted by curie
05-31-2011 02:39 AM
Skye, i don't know what exactly is in the picture, but I know that korean, filipino and hawaiian cuisine have something very similar to japanese maki.
Kimchi is sooo yummy, but it can mean so many different things. One definite distinction is how long the kimchi has been allowed to age. Like most fermented foods, fresh is going to taste different than something that is a older. I like fresh to a couple months old, but any longer than that is too much for my taste.
05-31-2011 03:49 AM
I LOVE KOREAN BBQ!! I was introduced to it in Melbourne and was delighted they had similar restaurants in Brisbane. They do the full array of side dishes (including kimchi) to accompany your selected meat that you get to cook yourself. Was also the first time I tried bong bong which is very similar to aloe vera juice (the sweetened kind from the supermarket).
05-31-2011 04:17 AM
My mom is korean so she often make me Kimchi and kimpap!
Its so Yummy! ^o^
Something that also notable is the korean BBQ !!! T_T so good..
Everything is really easy to cook, why dont u try?
05-31-2011 10:34 PM
i haz no money to buy ingredients D::
Originally Posted by Heateme
11-07-2011 01:29 AM
there is this sweet it is so good if ever you go to Korea it is my suggestion you try it, its called yakwa, if you have interest in good traditional Korean food the ones my grandmother makes are so good *_*
11-07-2011 01:49 PM
we ate well x3
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