I love having a solid breakfast. I don’t know why. I just like to have a full out breakfast meal and if not, I just don’t have breakfast at all. Yesterday I ordered some ingredients through Coupang.com’s Rock Fresh delivery of groceries. If you order before 2 PM or something they deliver the order by 7 AM the next morning. It’s so convenient. It’s crazy! I was going for the
In Korea, it’s very difficult to find good tasting coffee. Especially the kind that you can grind yourself and purchase as whole roasted beans. There weren’t any brands or roasters I knew I could trust and purchase so I usually just got the coffee from Starbucks and had them grind it for me. However, I noticed that having the beans already ground and then keeping it in the cabinets for
I bought a Gingerbread town set from Market Kurly last week and Josh really wanted to get his hands on it and start making it on Saturday. So, we did!
When Korean people think of the word “hot dogs” they probably think of the Korean version of a hot dog that’s on a stick. My kids love the American version or should I say the “original hot dog”.
When you have something like this… You really don’t need anything else!
Sometimes Kaden craves this. But to make it at 5:30 AM is a bit hard. I was able to make it this morning though cause Josh woke me up at 5 AM. Grill the bagel with butter on a frying pan. Spread cream cheese on one side.
I love coffee. I’m sure a lot of people do. I started drinking coffee when I was in college. I think it was first year of college that I started drinking coffee. Basically I had no friends during my first year. I didn’t know anyone so I hung out at the Starbucks in front of the campus, alone, most of the time. That’s when I got hooked on coffee. I
Strawberry Latte Ingredients: 1 tablespoon of preserved strawberries (in sugar) or homemade strawberry syrup. 1cup of milk.
I have always loved noodles. Any kind of noodles. All kinds of noodles. And out of the long long big list of rameun’s in Korea, I always loved 삼양라면 (SamYang Rameun). It has always been my favorite. A lot of people in Korea eat Shin Ramen but for me, I love SAM YANG RAMEUN. And on a day my mother-in-law makes fresh new kimchi, it calls for a bowl of