Tag Archives: Korean food

Korean BBQ at Asian Boulevard in Tilburg

Korean food has a special place in my heart. I have lived in South-Korea for 4 months during an exchange and I had such a good time. Also the food was magnificent. When I came back to the Netherlands I learned to cook Korean food from Maangchi, because I missed the food. I have also […]
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Foodies of today in Düsseldorf

Today Lazy Penguin and I ate a lot of different cuisines. A special potato dish at Äpelschlaat (will dedicate a post to them), Korean shaved ice (patbingsu at Namu Cafe), curry wurst (German sausage) and Korean BBQ. Okay two cuisines, German and Korean. I am too lazy to draw the Korean BBQ, so here is […]
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Recipe: Dakgalbi ~ not so spicy Korean chicken dish

I really wanted to share the failed cooking video with you, but looking at it will make you feel so nauseous, so I thought it would be better to save you the terrible experience. The nauseous feeling comes from all the shaking in the video. I put a GoPro on my forehead and filmed while […]
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Seoul Garden ~ Korean food in Den Haag

I wanted to go back to my roots of Lazy Pig Passion and create an idea or concept for a restaurant. So today I choose to design something for Seoul Garden in Den Haag. This lovely home-feel restaurant serves Korean food: Korean BBQ, bibimbap, nice side dishes. My photos of the food were not sharp […]
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I Love Food

Taste Good food just tastes good, you know. The right amount of salt, aroma of the ingredients. Delicious smell.. I like to eat salty things, savoury dishes. Sweets and desert are also nice, but I don’t need a lot of it. I prefer to try a lot of things, instead of munching down the same […]
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A dedication to kimchi

During my exchange in South-Korea I came in contact with kimchi (= fermented Chinese cabbage). Kimchi tastes salty, sour, spicey, garlickey, fishy… It doesn’t sound very tasty now I am describing it. But it is something I have come to like. How it all started My first meal in South-Korea was at Sinseon Seolnongtang in […]
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