Good Bones: Carcass Japanese Shoyu Ramen

Whether they're raw or roasted, chicken, duck, turkey, or any other poultry, save your bones and carcasses for this stellar Shoyu Ramen recipe done in 2.5 hours  Japan THE RAMBLE: WINNER FOR TEAM KOREA! LET'S TALK ABOUT bones and bone broth. I can't think of anything for crave-able than an umami-rich broth, ESPECIALLY with noodles. … Continue reading Good Bones: Carcass Japanese Shoyu Ramen

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Winner Winner Peking Duck Alternative Holiday Dinner

Making crispy-skinned duck takes only 5 steps, and the outcome is holiday-worthy! This is a stunning and entertaining main dish for your next special night with steamed buns and homemade plum sauce  China THE RAMBLE: WINNER FOR TEAM KOREA! LET'S TALK ABOUT the trickiness of duck. It is incredibly fatty, and therefore can give us … Continue reading Winner Winner Peking Duck Alternative Holiday Dinner

And Now For Something Completely Different: Fusion | Japanese 7-Spice Caramel Popcorn Balls

Adding this complex spicy, savory, tangy, nutty, briny, fresh, citrusy Shichimi Togarashi to savory-sweet caramel popcorn is the perfect combination for this Fall-favorite treat  and    THE RAMBLE: TIE FOR TEAM SPAIN AND TEAM KOREA! LET'S TALK ABOUT textures and flavors. I love caramel popcorn, but just like anything else, having good quality always comes … Continue reading And Now For Something Completely Different: Fusion | Japanese 7-Spice Caramel Popcorn Balls

Our Summer in South Korea: Gyeongbokgung and Bukchon Hanok Village

The most iconic attractions in Seoul that will take you back a few hundred years  South Korea This is -Korea- all in one big place. The name Gyeongbokgung means 'The new dynasty will be greatly blessed and prosperous,' according to the leaflet. I'd say this is a must-visit place while in Seoul. There are lots … Continue reading Our Summer in South Korea: Gyeongbokgung and Bukchon Hanok Village