Recipes

Black Sesame and Raspberry Chocolate Cake

How to Make Butter and Buttermilk


Galbi Jjim: Korean Braised Beef Short Ribs

 

Galbi jjim: Korean soy sauce braised beef short ribs.


Jam-Filled Bundt Cake


Donkas Deopbap: Korean Pork Cutlet and Rice Bowl


Butter Chicken With Gently Spiced Jasmine Rice


Rachel’s Tiny Kitchen #1 – RICE COOKER CHICKEN WINGS!

I have always enjoyed cooking, but boy did I take for granted my kitchen and oven in the States! Since moving to Korea I’ve had to adapt the way I cook completely. From having no counter space, to replacing ingredients with things available here, to trying to make delicious cakes in a small toaster oven, I’ve done it all! There have been a lot of failed experiments and total disasters in my tiny kitchen(stories I may have to share soon!), but along the way I’ve learned a lot about how to make your tiny kitchen as efficient as possible and still make delicious food!


Product Review:Andean Dream Gluten Free Pasta + Recipe

I have something to admit...
I am an iHerb.com addict....

Those of you that shop on iHerb know exactly what I mean!!!! You can get basically ANYTHING you want or need for such a great price! You can find herbs and spices, vitamins, personal care items, household care items, etc. They have a wide variety of vegan/ gluten-free/ health food items that may be hard to find in small towns or in foreign countries.

If you live in Korea, shipping is usually $4 flat rate and usually free in the US!!! It has truly been a lifesaver to us here!

Among my essentials, I have a slight obsession with buying gluten-free pasta...

I have probably tried EVERY gluten-free pasta that iHerb sells! (no exaggeration) I, of course like them all...  they all seem to taste the same.

Korean Inspired: Devil's Tongue Stir Fry

Today it hit me...

Only about FIVE months until we leave Korea!! FIVE!
Wow- it's all going by so fast! We have spent most of our marriage here together, and soon we will leave.

Although we have been here 4.5 years, sometimes it still isn't easy. Korea is still, after all, a foreign culture. Language is different, logic is different, expectations are different and FOOD is DIFFERENT!

I have had a love/hate/love/hate relationship with Korean food in my past 4.5 years here. When I arrived in Korea I was SUCH a picky eater! Not such a good thing when almost every Korean dinner out looks like this-

Cooking Time: Cous Cous!

Finally another cooking time video! It’s been a long time since we’ve done a cooking video, even though they’re our most popular posts by far! :P In this episode I share one of our favorite meals! It’s easy to make, delicious, healthy, and a party pleaser! I often make it for potlucks and get togethers with friends. A lot of people have requested this video and recipe, so here it is!

*Disclaimer* This ISN’T a Moroccan dish, but it IS using a store bought, box version of a Moroccan ingredient. It’s a fusion dish at best!

Ingredients you’ll need:
cous cous
lemon juice
parsley
cumin
salt
olive oil
tomatoes
cucumber
bouillon cubes


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