These noodles, these have to be one of my most very favoritest thing to eat. It can be eaten hot or from the fridge. I believe that everything just works wonder in your mouth.
In one of my many travels around the world, I have encountered the streets of Korea. After a long night of drinking and grabbing some “yaki mandu” (fried dumplings) wrapped with newspaper from the street vendor, I still always find myself hungry the next day. Another Korean meal is in need. This post is about my favorite side, cucumber kimchi.
I should have been doing this a long time ago. Well, not cooking but making my own recipe. I have had so many original recipe and not a single one I have published. Worry no more! This is a start. Continue reading
If you have been to Japan or to a Japanese restaurant, you will often see Tonkatsu (pork cutlet in English) and often think, hmmm, this is delicious, why yes, I will pay $14.95 again for this tasty meal. Good news, you can cook this for a lot cheaper.
As a Filipino, one of the most requested foods I get from friends and co-workers is “Lumpia”. Being in the western hemisphere it is already understood that they want this fried version of lumpia or “Lumpiang Shanghai”. I think its a safe assumption that they want them this way, rather than fresh, since fried twinkies and whatnot are available at town fairs all over America. I digress…
You might be wondering why your favorite recipe vanished, the answer is simple.
I reset the site.
Because I need a fresh start.
This site used to be ran by two other people but I now decided to run solo. I will be typing in a new About Me section so you know what to expect. I am pretty excited to re start this venture and hoping to make this fun for everyone.