Some weekends, we go to our parents’ homes to join them for Sunday lunch. One time I brought home roasted chicken, but dad has prepared (a.k.a. bought) a lot of food so we had a lot of leftovers.
After cleanup, he asked me to make Egg Salad with chicken, and motioned at the leftovers. Well I know my dad likes to throw things together and add whatever he can find in the cupboard, but this one sounded really good. Makes me think why I’ve never done it before. Continue reading “Chicken & Egg Salad Sandwich”
I am an ex-Korean. I’m kidding.
From 2006-2009, Korea was my second home. I flew for Asiana Airlines as a flight attendant. This job ultimately boosted my love for food as I got to try foreign dishes in their own country. I fell madly in love with Thai food from the sidewalks of Bangkok and Phuket, and have always remarked how different Vietnamese food is here than in, well, Vietnam.
Unsurprisingly, Korea made me love kimchi. Hardcore love kimchi, I tell you. I remember this one time on the way back to Korea from London, I bought a really yummy chocolate covered chocolate cake from Marks & Spencer. It was so good that I ate about four slices of it. Until it was too sweet, too chocolatey. I started looking for kimchi to counter that umay feeling. Continue reading “Tapkilog: Korean Tapsilog”