December 19, 2012
Cooking yachejuk at the Beehive Rome

Introducing Yachejuk – Korean Breakfast

  Synergy, that’s the word. This summer, the synergy between the Beehive Rome B & B created something brilliant. While I was visiting Rome, and Linda and Steve mentioned that they had a lot of Korean customers in their B […]
September 7, 2012

What Have I Eaten in Korea – Korean Food from iPhone

    I was looking for photos from Korea for my lastest post, My Super Korean Identity Revealed. I lost a lot of photos after my five-year-old laptop broke down, so most of the old photos were from my phone. Ever […]
July 4, 2012

Get Your Korean on with Pork in the Kimchi

    If you like Korean food, if you wanted to try cook Korean food at home, or if you were ever curious about Korean food, this recipe is for all of you.   Kimchi is the single most important […]
November 30, 2011

How I Charmed People with Korean Food

    During the three months of the trip in America, I offered to cook Korean food to some of our hosts. Korean food is not something they are used to eating at home, but I wanted to show them […]
July 14, 2011

Your guide to hosting #KoreanFoodWednesday in a foreign land

  If you want to make a nice #KoreanFoodWednesday for yourself and your family, here’s a simple guide for you based on my experience in America. This can be applied in anywhere in the world. I will guide you to […]
December 15, 2010

Gejang. Marinating fresh raw crabs in soysauce.

. Okay, it’s another #KoreanFoodWednesday. So what’s for today? This week, Gejang!   .   . Whatever the Gejang means… Look at them! How beautiful! mmm… Food is all about the taste, but it is also about appearance. Sometimes it feels […]
November 3, 2010

Japchae, the food for the fiesta.

A dish, such as soup, hot pot or BBQ are certainly main topic material for sure (and I’m sure I’m going to cover that at some point), but since we do have a lot of, I mean a lot or […]
March 2, 2010

Korean Street Food: What to Eat and More Importantly, What are They?

Korean street food surely look interesting… We can’t discuss Korea without mentioning food. Every season Korean make different dishes using seasonal ingredients. We make kimchi in winter and eat it all year. A common greeting is “Have you eaten?”. Yes, […]