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"I just love Sandy's story. I'm very proud of you, Sandy! By the way, I'm just wondering what kind of side-dish you prepared for the rest of the week. Could you tell us? I would be very happy if I see some side dish preserved in my fridge :)"
in Sandy Prater — Nov/10

"Wow.. you guys seem to have been wonderful time up there. It's always good to see photos of people that I'd like to be in :)"
in Field trip for Korean-Uzbek cuisine on Nov 6, 2010 — Nov/10

"I have never used a Korean soy sauce since I bought one from Korean. One day my husband complained the taste a lot. I don't remember what kind of soy sauce I bought that time. I had hardly cooked Korean food home because my husband is good cook. However, I started to cook Korean food home, I should get "Sampyo Jin soy sauce". I am very excited on a Korean dish I will cook tonight. Firt of all I have to buy "Sampyo Jin soy sauce" from a Korean stroe. Happy cooking day !!"
in Soy sauce (Ganjang) — Oct/10

"Could you please pick this one? I have written without considering English grammar, haha. " I agree with Itzcherik (UK). I do use kikoman light soy sauce and other products from the same company at home. I actually prefer the taste of Japanese soy sauce than Korean one because kikkoman Sushi & Sashimi soy sauce for example tastes mild and not strong at all. " The picture of a soy sauce I use home often: http://www.saucenspice.com/productimage.php?product_id=146"
in Soy sauce (Ganjang) — Oct/10

"I made this yammy poridge for dinner. It was so good :) My belly is happy now.. Thank you very much, Maangchi."
in Pumpkin porridge (Hobakjuk) — Oct/10

"We call it "Hanahreum Mart Langley" even thout it is located in Surrey. Those Korean people who live in Surrey and Langley cities go grocery shopping here. I live in Langley."
in H Mart (Hanahreum), Coquitlam — Oct/10

"Another one H Mart: http://www.hanahreum.ca/board/brunch_lang_e.asp 19555 Fraser Highway, Surrey, BC V3S 6K7 604) 539-1377"
in H Mart (Hanahreum), Coquitlam — Oct/10

"http://www.hmart.com/index.asp You can find any Korean products by simply typing a English Korean word in the search box and click "FIND"."
in Jjajangmyeon (Noodles in blackbean sauce) — Oct/10

"Haechandle chunjang (black bean paste): $3.49 You can order on this site: http://www.hmart.com/shopnow/shopnow_newsub.asp?p=8801007053721 Contact(Customer Service): http://www.hmart.com/cs/cs_contact_online.asp H Mart STORE (Korea Store): 1.201.507.9900 1.877.427.7386(Toll free)"
in Jjajangmyeon (Noodles in blackbean sauce) — Oct/10

"Oh..my.. this food is one of my favorite Korean food. I can't believe that lots of people out of Korea are interested in Korean food. I am Korean, but you won me, haha.. You are definitely a great cook and Mangchi is our Queen, haha."
in Galbijim — Oct/10

"You are better than me, haha.."
in Kimbap — Oct/10

"Hello Maangchi, I am Korean, but I had no idea how to cook Korean food until I found your website. Ironically, one of Facebook members named ‘Tammy’ introduced your website on her profile. http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=9103814189&topic=7836 I am so happy to find your website. I followed your recipe for Tofu stew. I cooked this Tofu stew for my Canadian husband last night. He was very impressed on the food I served. I also made my own salad. I hadn't figured how to make dressing for it until I watch your video. The recipe for a mixed green salad is very helpful, especially on how to make dressing for it. There were no such ingredients like zucchini, shrimp, garlic, shrimp and anchovies to make the stew taste better; however, I put some other vegetables I like such as mushroom and cabbage. My husband doesn’t like garlic very much anyhow. As for Korean soybean paste, I prefer Japanese soybean paste to Korean one because Japanese one is very neat when you cook, which means that it doesn’t have little pieces of solid parts mixed around that looks like wastes when you cook. I will try another dish later on. I don’t know how to thank you enough. Thank you for all the videos you have uploaded. You will save my life from now on. The reason I like your recipes is that it seems not very difficult to cook for me. I had never felt that I could cook Korean food I had always thought it was so difficult that I hardly cook it. What happen to me now? I can do it!! You have a WOW website!!"
in Fermented soybean paste stew mixed with fresh salad (Doenjang-jjigae geotjeori bibimbap) — Sep/10