Korean cooking forum topics:
I was born in Korea but have lived in the states (Georgia) since1972. Regretfully, I never learned to cook Korean food. My mother, a GREAT cook, passed away from cancer in 1993. Missing her (oh.. so much), and her delicious Korean meals, I sought out Korean restaurants to fill that void. Average distance to a Korean Restaurant is about 2 hours but we’d make that trip on a regular basis because it was such a treat for me. Then my husband found Maangchi on YouTube, and bless his heart, he watched and learned to cook several of my favorite dishes. I was absolutely shocked and ecstatic when he presented his first dish. It was sooo delicious!! So, thank you Maangchi for your recipes and how-to-videos and now we don’t have to travel 2 hours for a Korean meal. I have my own Korean chef in my kitchen!
Lots of love from Jeannie and Ken from Georgia!
Nice meeting you! Thank you for posting the photo here! It looks like it was taken on a cruise ship? I checked out your blog and found that you are very fashionable! I love your blog title, “gracefully50!” You love fashion, food, and fun — that sounds pretty much like me! : ) http://gracefully50.com/
You and your husband love Korean food and now you guys can cook homemade Korean food! http://gracefully50.com/2011/08/27/cooking-korean-food-with-maangchi/
Yes the photo was from our Celebrity cuise in April this year. Thank you for taking the time to check out my blog. I don’t have much to offer but it’s been fun just letting friends and family know what I’m up to.
I think my husband wishes I can cook like you. Ha ha, no chance!
Thanks for all your great recipes!
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