Friday, February 20, 2009

Lunch at the Korean Garden

Sue had a lunch date with a girl friend so I ate lunch at the Korean Garden. This is Yook Gae Jang, a hot spicy soup with shredded beef and vegetables in a clay pot so hot the soup is served bubbling.

It is served with a selection of side dishes and rice, of course. On the side plate is cucumber kinchi, chop chae, spinach, bean sprouts, stir fried cuttlefish, and a few slices of sushi. I love Korean food. It is a wonderful combination of flavors and textures. Very delicious.

5 comments:

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

I have such a boring palate in comparison to you - roast beef and yorkshire puddings - my meal of choice. If I want to go "exotic" then I do enjoy Italian cuisine, is that an oxymoron or a mixed up metaphor?

Anne

Elleona said... [Reply to comment]

Bonjour.

Vous me donnez toujours faim !
Bizzzzz.

Tulsa Gentleman said... [Reply to comment]

Roast beef sounds good, but what is Yorkshire pudding? There is nothing wrong with good Italian food. I love it all.

Et je suis toujours faim. La cuisine française est la meilleure.

Micki02 said... [Reply to comment]

Hello,
je ne connais pas la cuisine coréenne mais je reconnais bien au fond le traditionnel verre d'eau de bienvenue des restaurants américains !
Bon dimanche !
Bizzz

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Yorkshire pudding is a savoury batter mix which is served with onion gravy PRIOR to the main course of roast beef. Restaurants often serve Yorkshires with beef but that's a no-no.

The batter is put into a tin of hot fat and oven-cooked for about 30 mins. It rises on the outside and the inner well makes a lovely holder for the onion gravy.

Anne