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Easy Korean Beef Bulgogi

10/29/2013

  Bulgogi is one of the most famous Korean dishes, and it is one of my favorites. Traditionally, we use paper thin sliced beef to make Bulgogi, and marinate it in the sauce for several hours, or even overnight. Today, I would like to share a simple version of Beef Bulgogi with you! Instead of […]

Pumpkin Creme Brulee

10/26/2013

  Creme Brulee is one of my favorite deserts. One day, I visited my friend, and she made it for me. It was the first time I tasted it. Since then, I’ve fell in love with Creme Brulee. A few days ago, I started feeling fresh cool air in the morning. I knew fall has […]

Quinoa Stuffed Pumpkin

10/23/2013

  Do you have family members who don’t like to have certain vegetables? Are you looking for a trick to make them eat vegetables? I would like to share my trick! It’s called a chop chop trick. My husband doesn’t like carrot, celery, mushroom, spinach, etc. I chop those vegetables into small pieces and mix […]

Soba Noodles

10/22/2013

  A couple of years ago, when we went to Korea, we stopped by Japan on the way home. It was the first time that my husband experienced the cold Japanese noodles called soba. He loved it so much! We had soba noodles everyday while we were staying in Japan. We came back to the […]

Coq au Vin

10/22/2013

Hello! This is the first post on my blog! After I decided to open a food blog, I was wondering what recipe should be the first one. So many dishes came to my mind! Then, I decided that I would cook and post something special for my husband. Romain (my husband) gave me lots of […]