December 26th, 2012. Eunice Cooks!
So we hit up H-Mart to stock up on some groceries since Henry was home for the holidays.
I don’t even know where to begin when it comes to cooking Korean food, but my sister just seems to be a natural at it. And furthermore, her food actually comes pretty close to our mom’s cooking!
A natural at producing great, clean flavors and cooking with extreme care and attentiveness she produces a Korean meal that is full of love!
Fish roe sacks are usually topped off with sesame oil, sesame seeds and fresh chopped green onion. Don’t knock it til you try it! Slightly salty, rich and earthy from the sesame components and the light popping of the roe. Mix it with your rice and you have gold!
For some reason or other I was just super into these fishcake “sausages” at the supermarket… I suppose from childhood/Korean living nostalgia… I just kept coming back to the case they were in… so we ended up getting them! We dipped them in an egg wash and then I placed little bits of parsley to add some color and flavor and then pan fried them 🙂
Some more banchan: spicy dehydrated fish “cakes”, and spicy marinated and dehydrated roots. A little sweet, a little spicy and a little chewy 🙂
She also banged out some kimchi tofu soup in no time at all! I swear, I don’t know how she manages to just produce great food out of seemingly thin air!
Ahhhh~~~ a goood meal in our stomaches!! Thank you, Eunice, for the excellent meal!! You can really tell we loved it!