Kimchi (also spelled kimchee) is a traditional Korean vegetable pickles. Daikon kimchi is one of the popular variety and one of my favorite kimchi. I like to eat kimchi in summer time when I do not have appetite. Usually we add shrimp paste or fish sauce to make kimchi, but this time I use asian […]
King Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus eryngii) are edible mushrooms and I like it because of their tasty, meaty and chewy texture. This recipe is very simple and easy. I usually serve this as appetizers for parties.
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Sam Gye Tang (Korean ginseng chicken soup) is traditionally served in the summer for its supposed nutrients, which replaces those lost through excessive sweating and physical exertion during the hot summers in Korea. My mom always cooked for me this dish whenever I am sick. This is my comfort food and remind me of my […]
I cooked tahini paste based spaghetti with root vegetables such as gobo (burdock root), renkon (lotus root), carrot. Look like Halloween color!! In Japan, I use black sesame paste for this dish, but this time, I added black sesami in tahini. Recipe is really simple.
kimchi is the most widely known Korean side dish which is red color with red pepper and very spicy (and strong taste). Water Kimchi is a very satisfying dish with a cooling taste that off sets some of the spice effect of many Korean dishes. Water kimch the best cure for a hangover!! Here is […]
This is a deseart I cooked in last weekend. From the farmer’s market in Union Square, I got some very fresh & sweet peach. I just got some idea to make trifle with this fresh peach This is my recipe below
I recently found interest for macribiotic diet. The word “macrobiotic” means long life comes from Greek root. Macribiotics are natural approach to health and healing with a low-fat, high fiber diet that is a predominantly vegetarian diet, emphasizing whole grains and vegetables. In addition, the macrobiotic diet is rich in phytoestrogens from soy products. I […]