MariskaLim's comments

"I always use the Instant Pack to make corn bread. It's really difficult to find Cornmeal in Jakarta :("
in Cornbread — Feb/15

"hmm i think i will make this one soon. its easy to make and few ingredients. I saw this dish first time in Family Outing (Korean Variety show by SBS) when Lee hyori made this dish for Yoo Jaesuk dan the rest if the family. ^^ Thank you for the recipe :D <3"
in Korean potato pancakes (Gamjajeon) — Mar/13

"YES!! EOMUKGUK! XD~ I was gonna email you requesting this dish after i watched 2 last episode of Running Man (Korean variety show) Thank you for the recipe <3 :)"
in Eomukguk (Fish cake soup) — Jan/13

"I wanttttt!!! XD~ I'm successfully drooling while looking these kimbab.. and it's almost mid night.. *ugh* I must restrain myself.. -_-""
in kimbap — Nov/12

"Yes, We have many cakes using rice flour. Most of them is different texture than baekseolgi (maybe the rice flour here is different that you used for mujigaeddeok). We called that type of cakes is "Kue Basah" which in English literally means Wet Cakes because of the texture is totally chewy and the cooking method that we use is also steam. You can search for Kue Lapis Beras, Kue Cara Bika, Kue Putu Mayang and maybe the similar texture with baekseolgi is Kue Putu Medan (Medan is one of Indonesia's big city located in North Sumatra). the shape is tube and inside of it contain palm sugar. We serve it with dessicated coconut. Some people sell it door to door in neighborhood with typical sound from the traditional streamer like "Fuuuuuu~~~~". With that sound we know that somebody sells Kue Putu nearby. :D Sorry for long explaination... ;-)"
in White steamed rice cake (Baekseolgi-tteok) — Oct/12

"Kyaa~ (≧∇≦)new recipe! I will watch it later at home! I'm in the middle of monthly gathering with other chefs talk about Indonesian Cuisine. (=゚ω゚)ノ"
in White steamed rice cake (Baekseolgi-tteok) — Oct/12

"OH! I remember this dish! You made it for me and my family during your Gapshida visit last year right? XD Delicious ~~~~~ <333"
in Braised Saury (Kkongchi-jorim) — Sep/12

"wow! I've been wondering if u can make this. I found this in the korean supermarket near my home (beside the citrus tea that you bought it for me XD~) It will be great if i'm get cold i think. and suddenly you upload the video! DAEBAK~~~ ^^b! question, how long is gonna last in fridge..? one month? o-o?"
in Ginger tea (Saenggangcha) — Jul/12

"Woah... you make me hungry in the middle of night! Totally appetizing and gorgeous looking meat <3~ I'm gonna make these for sure... Btw.. Nice hair Mom~ \^^/ you look very beautiful and awesome!"
in Makgalbi-jjim (Easy braised beef short ribs) — Jun/12

"Wow, Nice view! this view reminds me of SBS Family outing couple years ago :)"
in Gongju picnic pavillion — May/12

"Lap cheong and Salty duck egg <3 I made salted duck egg when i was in middle school. it was part of my curriculum. :D I spotted Jessica! :D~"
in Steamed Chicken Rice — Apr/12

"Very beautiful color... a glass of green tea and Gotgamssam in 3:00 PM will be make my day. :D I already have the walnut, i will search the fruits immediately. *get ready to go to supermarket* XD"
in Gotgamssam (Walnuts wrapped in persimmons) — Apr/12

"its your first time hearing it? wow... i always use this in my gado-gado even when i buy it it always contain shrimp paste. :) its too sweet for me because i already add the palm sugar on the sauce. :D so far i know kecap in english is sweet soya sauce, :s *confuse* which one is right?"
in Gado-gado (Indonesian salad) — Feb/12

"yeah.. read that too. Maybe i should try it with steamer and share it with everybody. maybe after i made the spicy noddles. hehehehehe.."
in Chapssaltteok (Korean-style mochi) — Feb/12

"0-o!!!! :9~~ *drooling~* when i watched the korean version, i feel weird because we always hear you speak in english. :D But I Love it! You look very happy and enthusiastic. XD. Maangchi, I don't have microwave, can i use steamer instead?"
in Chapssaltteok (Korean-style mochi) — Feb/12