meimei50

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"I was a little dubious because I'm not too fond of canned tuna but these pancakes are fantastic! Making them was quick and easy and such a great addition to my doshirak stash! It was hard not to eat them all up! I froze 6 slightly smaller pancakes and will heat them up in a toaster-oven at work. Can't wait!"
in Tuna pancakes (Chamchijeon) — Jun/11

"I am making this soup right now and I can't wait to try it. But now that I have this big bag of dates I am wondering how they can be used in other dishes - can they be used in the same way as medjool dates? (though the red dates are much less sweet), perhaps in porridge? I'm curious about other uses for this fruit. Thanks Maangchi!"
in Jujubes (Daechu) — May/11

"Fantastic news! I am so pleased for you- I hope you enjoy the camp and I so look forward to following you in the coming years. If you have a chance to come to Wisconsin, be sure to try our world-famous wild Ginseng. Thank you so much for all of your wonderful recipes and your videos! Very best wishes and thank you, thank you, thank you! You deserve it!"
in Mung bean sprout and cucumber side dish (Sukju-oi-namul) — May/11

"Hi Maangchi! I love shrimp- can I use the salted shrimp along with the sauce? Thanks!"
in Rolled omelette side dish (Gyeranmari) — Apr/11

"Thanks for this recipe Maangchi! I made it on Thursday, omitting the pork since I am a vegetarian. I used some miso to replace the flavor of the pork, and it was great. This afternoon I took the leftover soup from the refrigerator for a late lunch, and set it next to a bag of red pears I had brought home. I looked at the soup and the pears and thought, why not? So i cut up a firm pear and mixed it into the soup, and added some well fermented kim chi from the fridge. A delicious cold soup for a warm spring afternoon. The pear and the spiciness of the kimchi really complimented each other. Thanks for the yummy soup recipe!"
in Kimchi stew (Kimchi-jjigae) — Apr/11