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I taught a Korean cooking class today–15 high school students from my school came. I helped them make kimchi chigae and kongnamul muchim with the recipes from maangchi’s site. We also made oi muchim, even though it’s winter and I think of it as a summer dish.
Several of the students hadn’t had Korean food before and are now fans. There were hardly any leftovers–always a good sign. :) I took the leftovers home and my kids made short work of them. Yum!
That’s great news! Congratulations! Now you can not only make Korean food at home but also teach a Korean cooking class!
“Several of the students hadn’t had Korean food before and are now fans.”
Isn’t it cool they will remember you forever as the person who introduced Korean food to them for the first time in their lives. Post some photos if you have.
I wish I had thought to take photos, but I guess I was too busy trying to help and coordinate everything. It is exciting to be the person who introduced Korean food to them.
My colleague reminded me yesterday of the time (about 7 years ago) when my husband told me “You just make American food, I’ll make Korean food.” I think this was after I overcooked ramyun noodles. I’ve come a long way! Thanks so much for all the work you do–your site has really inspired and motivated me to cook more.
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