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Friday, 04 November 2005

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Reid

Hi Kirk,

I live here and haven't had Okahara's saimin in almost 10 years. I actually go out to eat it nowadays since I'm so lazy to make the dashi from scratch. I used to buy the fresh Liliha Saimin noodles years ago. Maybe I should do a saimin post huh?

Pam

Mmmm! Bulgogi burgers! I've gotta try that myself--sounds good!

And the Spam & furikake w/ the Korean pancake mix sounds good too!

Thanks for the ideas!

milgwimper

Kirk,


No offense taken. It is nice to experiement. Actually one of my favourite pankakes is the perilla. The korean broad leaf one, although I think it is called egoma in Japanese??? I find that the wrinkly leafed and the ao shisho taste different then the korean gaenip/egoma(?), but in the Korean pancake mix...*sigh* yeah. Mixed with kimchi and perilla...or just perilla by itself. Then again I have a thing for Perilla.
Ahhh Bulgogi burgers...Yes so good. Used to eat them a lot more when I lived with my parents. ;P :> top it with kimchi! :P The A&W here (when it was open) used to sell bulogogi burgers, but they always called them teriyaki burgers. The owners said they called them that or the americans wouldn't try them. Ahhh Well it was so good, and unfortunately they closed and a taco stand has replaced them. Boo Hoo...I add spam to most things Kirk, and so your noodles and pankae looks good! :)

milgwimper

pankae = pankake...see talking about food has endangered my typing.! Yeha right! ;P :)

MEalcnetric

Man oh man those sandwiches look good. Whats the differences between 8UP and 10UP?? Quality of meat I assume?

Who woulda guessed kimchi could kill good breath and bird flu?

Kirk

Hi Reid - Yes, a saimin post would be great - also with a really good explanation of saimin vs. ramen.

Hi Pam - I'm glad you appreciate stuff I threw together in my eternal lasting laziness! LOL!

Hi Mills - Thanks for the idea - I'll try it soon! I think Bulgogi-Bun could be a hit, they just have to name it something....Oh, BTW, I used gochujang, soy sauce, and green onions as my dipping sauce.

Hey Mealcentric - I once asked a guy who used to work at Seoul BBQ, and got a very confusing answer - but after using both types of meat. 10 up is more tender and marbled, and doesn't have as much of that tough connective tissue. Kimchee will eventually cure everything! LOL!

milgwimper

Kirk,

Tell me how the experiement goes, and I have to agree that the bulgogi buns would be a hit. :) I finally talked to one of the butchers here at the Korean market, and he basically said it the 10 up was more tender, but still had a hard time figuring out why it was named that way. *shrug*

Kirk

Hi Mills - Ok, that's what I thought.

Rachel

Hi Kirk,

mmmm those bulgogi burgers look so good ! I need to try to make that sometime. Did you mean the meat was bought already cooked ? Or did you have to cook it? We have to probably season and cook our own here.

Hehe I like the taste of spam as well. Its very good in fried rice. My hubby can't stand even the smell though so I don't use it as much. I heard you don't have many varieties here. Surprisingly, OZ has different ones like tabasco flavoured and bbq sauce flavoured, turkey spam, spam lite etc.

That was a great link to the cure for bird flu. Its one medicine I don't mind taking !

Milly, mmmm that is such a super idea putting kim chi on the burgers :)

Dylan

Kirk, fun post. the bulgogi sandwiches remind me of what we used to do back in college... drunk. We'd initially have korean bbqs (kalbi and bgg) and tacos at the same time. Well running out of carne asada, we'd use kalbi/bgg meat and use it as taco filling. we'd ate some kimchi and a little guacamole. Trust me it's good!

Kirk

Hi Rachel - It was bought pre-marinated - I just had to cook it, at $4.99/lb, it was pretty cheap.

Hi Dylan - I've had Alan Wong's Kalbi Tacos - it's very good, and we've made bulgogi fajitas as well - and we weren't even drunk(yet)!

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