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Tuesday’s Tidbits (& Sips): mul kimchi

I love kimchi!  The combination of the slightly sour taste from the fermentation along with the spiciness from the red chili flakes calls to me in my dreams.  It tastes wonderful on its own and can be used in so, so many wonderful dishes from soups to pancakes to scrambled eggs and beyond.

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Photographic Friday: clinker

1clinker \ˈkliŋ-kər\ noun

a brick that has been burned too much in the kiln stony matter fused together; slag

ETYMOLOGY: alteration of earlier klincard, a hard yellowish Dutch brick [1641]

2clinker \ˈkliŋ-kər\ noun

British: something first-rate a: a wrong note; b: a serious mistake or error; boner; c: an utter failure; flop; . . . → Read More: Photographic Friday: clinker

happy things for hump day, 2011.#08

It’s Wednesday. I need some happy things to get me over that hump in the middle of the week. I thought you might, too; so, some of the things that have made me smile recently:

Watching some Korean cooking videos over at Cooking Korean food with Maangchi.  I rediscovered Maangchi’s awesome blog and cooking . . . → Read More: happy things for hump day, 2011.#08