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Ddeokbokki 떡볶이 (Spicy Rice Cake)

Anchovy Stock:

4 cups water

8 dried anchovies (beheaded with guts removed)

palm sized portion of dried kelp

Gochujang Sauce:

1/3 cup 고추장 (red pepper paste) 292 more words

Day Seven | Lunch with Interns and Home Cooking Adventures

Now that I’ve been here for a week, I feel a lot more settled in and used to navigating my way around. This morning was a lunch with the Australian business interns with the Australian Embassy, so I got there at around 11:30am to wait for lunch. 204 more words

Exploring Insadong

During our $10 Challenge day, Yuna and I spent a large portion of the afternoon exploring Insadong. Historically, Insadong was the place for artists and antiques, and still retains that flair today as it holds nearly half of the nation’s antique shops and almost all of the traditional stationary shops. 422 more words



It’s made out of rice, it’s incredibly chewy, it’s for special events, and I don’t quite understand the appeal.


What the heck is Tteok?

Tteok? Teok? Duck? It is very hard to pronounce this Korean word. Tteok, also known as Rice cake, is Korean traditional food. It is unconfirmed when people started to eat ddeok, but it is established in Korean primitive agriculture.   168 more words

South Korea


Someone told me I could freeze ddeok and just reheat it in the microwave……..


Jang Soo Jang

I am so lucky to be living with someone who loves Korean food (and dramas) as much as I do. And maybe a little bit more! 458 more words