Monday, December 03, 2007
This is How I Party Or How to Have a Korean Barbecue at Home
Alrighty folks, remember the last time I showed you pictures of how I like to party?
Except, unlike that time where my cousins ate and left, these friends helped cook and even washed my dishes afterward. :P And every time I say that, whenever I have people over for dinner, they feel the need to "show up" the previous person and insist on washing my dishes too! Oh man! If I had known it was that simple, I would have spoken up sooner! :)
The theme was obviously Korean barbecue. I made the kalbi and bulgogi, seafood pancake, and tiramisu. They brought spicy pork bulgogi, kimchee, cinnamon punch, and lots and lots of panchan (side dishes).
Spinach, bean sprouts, daikon slices, and seaweed.
Soon dubu chiggae (Korean soft tofu stew).
Kalbi on the grill, actually griddle. But it worked fine for this.
Radish and napa cabbage kimchee.
And a look back at everything.
My recipes in case you'd like to have a Korean barbecue at home too:
Baechu kimchee (Korean pickled napa cabbage)
Banh Xeo-ish Pajeon? Or Pajeon-ish Banh Xeo? (Vietnamese Crepe-ish Korean Pancake? Or Korean Pancake-ish Vietnamese Crepe?)
Bok Choy Kimchee (Korean pickled bok choy)
Bulgogi and kalbi (Korean barbecued beef and short ribs)
Daeji bulgogi (Korean spicy pork)
Dubu Chorim (Korean fried tofu with soy sauce)
Fried rice with kimchee and Spam
Gaenip/Kkaenip kimchee (Korean seasoned perilla/sesame/shiso leaves)
Ggakdugi kimchee (Korean pickled radish/daikon)
Kimchee pajeon (Korean kimchee pancake)
Kong namul (Korean seasoned soy bean sprouts)
Soon Dubu Kimchee Chigae (Korean soft tofu kimchee stew)
Sukju namul (Korean seasoned mung bean sprouts)
1 year ago today, doughnut bread pudding.