tried a new brand of kimchi tonight – granny choe’s – SO YUMMY! tangy, stinky, delicious, just like the website said it would be.
used their recipe to make kimchi pajun (pancakes) to welcome my boyfriend home from a business trip to london with some comfort food. you can see two of them in the bottom right corner of the veggie portion, and there are several more propping the veggies up.
also in the veggie section: 호박 jun (another simple and traditional korean dish; egg-battered zucchini), red farmer’s market carrot skewer, last of my snow peas, yellow wax beans, a twist-cut cucumber, purple cauliflower, a strawberry and a blackberry.
rice section has spicy tofu underneath a layer of simple steamed 밮 (bap – rice), with granny choe’s logo cut from 김 (kim – seaweed)!
[as seen on granny choe’s blog]