When you live overseas, exploring the local food can be fun. But, for those times when you’re craving a taste of home, burgers might come to mind. Outside Camp Humphreys, a diner is serving up the American beef, bacon and breakfast classics you may be craving.
The summer heat is sizzling in Korea, so what better way to cool off than enjoy some delicious ice cream. Though summer is the ideal time for ice cream, I love eating ice cream all year round – and in all its forms.
My bulgogi recipe is a very simple dish to make, it takes a small bit of preparation and then a quick fry. The best bit is you can keep the sauce for months, I tend to make it up in batches and then add a little to the meat I want to use.
Literally, there was a bunch of crap adorning the outside of the building. But it was fake dung, and it was cute. I’ll admit that I’m not big on potty talk, but I did get a kick out of this café that prides itself in its poo products, from cartoon faces made in the shape of feces to toilet-shaped mugs.
Koreans usually roast shrimp only with salt but I added garlic and butter. Also, this food usually comes with a Korean dipping sauce made of chili pepper paste and vinegar or sesame oil, but I prepared a garlic and cheese mayo sauce for my American friends.