When it comes to making Tonkatsu, my mom is an expert. Her recipe is the BOMB!!! Yesterday, the kids and I had Tonkatsu for dinner and they usually eat it without sauce, but I like to make the KOREAN STYLE sauce that they sell at little restaurants in Korea. This sauce right here is
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This was for lunch the other day. I knew I had some pork belly in the fridge so I made my Pork Belly Soy Sauce main dish for lunch. Kaden really likes this dish but complains that we only eat it when BC comes over (one of Kaden’s friends). So I made some and packed
http://www.littlefarms.com/ Now open at Valley Point Shopping Centre 491 River Valley Road #01-20, Singapore 248371 7:30 am – 9:30 pm Daily So the other day, when I was going to Fairprice Finest at Valley Point to get some Gatorade for Josh, I noticed that a Farmers’ Market was open RIGHT ACROSS from it. I love
Kaden always wants fried chicken. Every time I ask him what he wants for dinner he’ll say “Chicken!” as if it’s the only thing recognized as food in his head. Out of all the chicken recipes, he likes Dalk-Gang-Jeong(닭강정) the most. Its a Korean style marinated fried chicken that is a very common menu in
이것이 김치 찌개 인것같으면서도 아닌것 같으면서도 지짐 같으면서도 아닌것 같으면서도 도대체 정체를 모르겠지만 맛은 기똥차네 아주! Took me an hour to eat this. Every time I sat down to take one spoonful, the kids would make me get up. Why is it so hard for mommies to eat 1 meal?!?!?!