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  • #48734

    Reinier
    Member

    Hi, i was recently interested in Korean cuisine when we ‘accidentally’ got into an Korean restuarant.. and it was goooood, but quite expensive…. So i am now learning more about preparing it myself and i love it!

    I like making Greek, Chinese, Japanese, Dutch, Italian and now also Korean foods.

    Your site is a great help in making a delicious meal.

    Cooking is a skill you can enjoy and benefit all your life!!

    All the best.

    ReiNieR

    #51862

    Minke
    Member

    Hi Reinier,

    I’m so impressed with the food you prepare, it looks delish!

    #51863

    Minke
    Member

    Forgot to say I’m not from Rotterdam, but I did work there ages ago.

    Do you do your shopping at the KTDC?

    #51864

    Reinier
    Member

    Hi Minke,

    Thank you for the compliment :)

    Are you from Holland?

    Yeah, i do my shopping at KTDC, for me it’s a regular shopping run there now. They have soo many things and good quality and advice.

    #51865

    Reinier
    Member

    Here’s for the (Dutch) people who use Hyves.

    You can add me on: kalimera.hyves.nl

    I will start a new korean food hyve soon, because the current one is inactive mostly.

    #51866

    Minke
    Member

    Well, I grew up in the Netherlands, but am now living in Belgium for 10 years already.

    I’m actually korean, but a pretty fake one.

    No just kidding. I’m adopted, so korean cooking is something I had to learn from scratch.

    And I have to say that you just seem to be a natural, I’m so impressed.

    It took me a lot of years to get the hang of it.

    My kids love korean cooking too, as long as it isn’t spicy.

    Those hoddeok’s look delish, I have to try them soon.

    Seeing you in that video just made my day.

    My two heroes united, what a forcefield that must have created, lol!

    Take care and keep the stove burning ;)

    x

    Minke

    #51867

    Reinier
    Member

    Thank you very much Minke.

    I’m sure your hoddeok will be delicous!

    I added you to my hyve!

    #51868

    pinkfuzz80
    Member

    Hi,

    I live in Italy and there are no Korean shops or products in my town. I tried asiakauf.com but they never answer my emails and I haven’t been able to contact them by phone. Did you just trasfer them the money and they delivered it? I went to k-mall.de but couldn’t find a Korean shop there. Can you help me out? By the way, do you have a website?

    I’m from Toronto Canada and recently moved to Italy. In Toronto there’s a big Korean town and I used to live near there. I always used to eat Korean food. It was very good and affordable. I miss that.

    #51869

    Reinier
    Member

    Hi Pinkfuzz80,

    Asiakauf is really a major let down when you try to order there.

    coreano.it is mentioned as an online shop, but it seems the site is not operational.

    Maybe try one mentioned here:

    http://www.maangchi.com/talk/topic/where-to-buy-korean-ingredients-online

    #51870

    OomGijs
    Member

    Miss Maangchi, hello from Holland.

    I really feel the need for tasting your kimchi now

    #51871

    Maangchi
    Participant

    hello! We have the group from the Nethelands! Please join the group if you want. http://maangchi.hyves.nl/

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