Category Archives: Food

Gardening

Anyway, I kind of figure out what can be used to plant stuff (it seems that there will not be a community place in our condo association). We can just buy one of those rectangular plastic big boxes. They used … Continue reading

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Gardening

Well, since now we own some piece of property it s a good opportunity to get into growing our own food too. Not that I shouldn’t do it before, but this presents a good excuse. We don’t really have much … Continue reading

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More Backpacking Food

One small receipt that I accidentally found on this web site: Rice Breakfast, one serving Breakfast backpacking recipes don’t get much simpler than this. 1/3 cup dried milk 1 1/6 cup instant rice 1/4 cup raisins 1/8 tsp cinnamon 4 … Continue reading

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Glühwein

So, I’m not really big wine connoisseur. I’d prefer tea, or even milk to this drink. It just doesn’t taste good to me. However, there are some nice variations like Glühwein or Irish Coffee. Glühwein may be an interesting meal to try … Continue reading

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Eating Tools in Korea

It is strange but Korean people use primarily chopsticks and spoons for eating. So the normal arrangement in the traditional restaurant is two metal chopsticks and metal spoon. I’ve seen mostly metal tools, which is good for the environment 🙂 … Continue reading

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Traditional Korean food

So, it is a common in Korea for people to get together for a meal, as in many places. This communal meal usually involves some central cooking thing with many people sitting around it.  Hot Pot is commonly used.   … Continue reading

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Best country for food – Japan

On my second (accidental) busyness trip to Japan I found again that the country with the best overall food in the world is Japan. Well, of course, nothing can come close to what your grandmother cooked. But still, in terms … Continue reading

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