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Friday, 06 November 2009


Albany Jane

I hear you on the test grading thing. Very... uh... let's just say a cocktail at the end of the day is a VERY good thing after all of that.

That kimchi jigae looks so freaking good. It's oddly warm here today, but I can't wait for it to get cold again so I can enjoy stuff like this.


Wouldn't it be grand if every meal started out with a colorful selection of banchan? Mmmm!

Btw - I met the blogger behind Nose to Tail this weekend at the foodbuzz fest. When he told me that he was from Austin, I asked if he read you guys. He said, YES! And that he loves you both ;-)

Boots in the Oven

AJ, SRSLY. And it's been really hot here ever since the day I indulged in hot cabbage and pork stew! Someday, it will cool back down...

Cathy, how cool that you met Ryan! He's great and is doing so well on that project! Sounds like we should have made it out to foodbuzzfest. And I don't think banchan would ever be taken amiss...


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