"Gye ran mal yee" posted by Mingie.

Gye ran mal yee

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11 Comments:

  1. Wing joined 10/10 & has 1 comment

    Yummiee

  2. Mingie The Netherlands joined 3/10 & has 6 comments

    Thanks everyone^^

  3. bo Hawaii joined 7/10 & has 49 comments

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!

  4. dd211421 joined 10/10 & has 1 comment

    waaaaaaaaaaaaaaa so damn cute hahaha :D:D:D:D

  5. misuk Peru joined 9/10 & has 1 comment

    wow! this is really cute!! beautiful!><

  6. Mingie The Netherlands joined 3/10 & has 6 comments

    @Cygnatt Thank you for the compliment^^
    @Bo Thanks for your nice reply. I used Rookworst (“smoked sausage”) for the piggy rice ball, its a type of Dutch sausage’. Your buns look very tasty, I wish I could taste them :) Actually I don’t see us as competitors but as people who share the same interest and passion: cooking nice food! Good luck!

  7. bo Hawaii joined 7/10 & has 49 comments

    Although we are competitors, your picture is beautiful! I love the heart shaped eggs and the little piggy rice ball. The ears and nose look like some type of sausage? It looks like so much fun I bet it’s a good way to get the children to eat their veggies!

  8. cygnatt joined 10/10 & has 1 comment

    hhaha so cute!!!

  9. Mingie The Netherlands joined 3/10 & has 6 comments

    Thanks Lerougeetlenoir5!

    This would fit for children, they will love the cute food^^
    You can also make this for you beloved one :)

  10. lerougeetlenoir5 L.A. joined 8/10 & has 3 comments

    this is too cute to eat – it looks fantastic!

  11. Mingie The Netherlands joined 3/10 & has 6 comments

    I made a lunchbox with rolled omelette (heart shape) and seasoned dried shredded squid ojingeochae muchim. Die squid is also one of Maangchi’s recipes.

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