I made kimbap for my long time readers Dan and Ryan. We met at Bryant Park a few days ago. Dan is living in California and now visiting his friends in NYC.
Dan is the king of macaroon making. He brought several beautiful and colorful macaroons but I squeashed them by placing my picnic bag on it. “Oh, no! I’m sorry!” Even though they were broken, they were still so delicious. I emailed him asking if he has a good photo of his macaroons this morning and he emailed the photo, so you will be able to see what they look like. They were soft and crunchy and the chocolate filling inside was so tasty. Ryan and I were saying the same thing, “yeah so yummy!”
I realized we all 3 of us are passionate about cooking. Ryan, living a 1½ hour driving distance from NYC, joined our meeting. He will be on my “Korean food fan” page soon. Ryan brought my favorite dish “papaya salad” that he made!
All of us were excited to take some photos of the food that we brought. I said, “I should take a photo of these,” then they also took out their own cameras! I thought it was so funny! 3 avid cooks got together and the result is that we kept chatting about food again until we said goodbye! : )
Dan, me, and Ryan
My kimbap: When u click the kimbap, it will lead to my tuna kimbap recipe. You will have an idea of how to make this.
Broccoli: I thought we need some green stuff, so I made this. Blanched and seasoned broccoli. yummy!
Ryan’s Papaya salad: sweet, crunchy and spicy! yum!
Dan’s good looking macaroons!
Mr. Jeffery! He was sitting right next to us in the park by himself. We 3 of us were busy taking photos of food and ourselves. We asked him to take photos of us. Not one time but a few times! I had a small extra lunch box filled with kimbap. I asked him, “are you interested in this kimbap that I made? I have extra kimbap and a few pieces of beef, so if you want, have some!” He was happy to accept my offer and told me it is delicious!
Thank you for being our photographer, Jefferey! : )