Posted by Aeri Lee on April 4, 2013
Hi Everyone! Today, I want to introduce you to one of my favorite foods that my sister-in-law makes: bok choy salad. I don’t know why I like it so much. Maybe it’s because of the ingredients: soy sauce, vinegar, green onion, sesame oil, or something else. It has an Asian flavor to it. My sister-in-law uses balsamic vinegar; however, for this recipe, I will use Sempio’s drinking black rice vinegar. The result was even better using the drinking vinegar. Try it someday.
Yield: 2 Quarts
Posted by Aeri Lee on March 13, 2013
Meatloaf is a delicious American food that I learnt how to make from my mother-in-law. Not only is it easy to make, it is also good to use as planned leftovers. You can use leftover meatloaf for hot meatloaf sandwiches with gravy or just eat it cold. You can also make big batch of meatloaf and freeze some for later. Some people add broth flavoring to make it taste better, so I wondered how Sempio’s Yondu would improve the flavor if I used it. It was a success. Try this simple and delicious meatloaf recipe someday.
Yield: 2 Loaves
Short Korean Lesson: *^^*
- GiRin (기린) = Giraffe
- ORi (오리) = Duck
Posted by Aeri Lee on May 15, 2012
I love simple recipes that have a small list of ingredients. Not only are they easy to make, but sometimes the best flavor comes from just the natural ingredients. Today, I will share my favorite spaghetti recipe. It is made with shrimp and garlic. One night, I ate out with my sister-in-law at a local Italian restaurant. I ordered a dish called “shrimp and garlic buttered spaghetti.” I love shrimp, garlic, and buttered spaghetti, so it sounded like the perfect choice. The food was delicious, but the amount of shrimp was very stingy and the cost of the meal was high. I became determined to make it at home so that I could have more shrimp and save money. So, that is how this recipe came into being. LOL Now you can save money by making this at home in addition to enjoying it as much as you would in the restaurant.
Yield: 1 Serving
Short Korean Lesson: *^^*
- GeoUl (거울) = Mirror
- GeoMi (거미) = Spider
Posted by Diane on April 12, 2012
I’m not sure how old this recipe is, but I do know that it goes back a long ways. It is a very easy recipe to make, and it doesn’t require a lot of ingredients. It tastes better if it sets for a few hours to allow the Graham Crackers to soften.
Yield: 8 Servings
Posted by Diane on March 16, 2012
A cheeseburger, fries, and a coke or milk shake used to be the popular thing to order, when eating out, especially with teenagers. Back then we didn’t have pizza like we do today. My husband and I still get hungry for a good cheeseburger.
Yield: 4 Cheeseburgers