Koreans in Spain

I needed some spice in my life today and I got what I asked for: Korean food.

Rice Ball



Hyun’s friend, JungYoon, from Sempio brought some Korean sauces, pastes and joy to our Basque lives and cooked up a storm:

Fuego

First we ate with our eyes:

Bulgogi

Vibrant and tasteful:

Pickled

Beautifully delicious:

Sempio

I made soba for David de Jorge (ahem, porque nunca está en restaurante los domingos). Okay, not Korean, and not totally Japanese because my broth was Chinese, but a token of Asia nonetheless:

Soba

Of course food is best enjoyed among chefs, friends and chef’s friends:

Buen Provecho

감사합니다!

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4 thoughts on “Koreans in Spain

  1. WOW! That is amazing how you made that plate look so good! I had the opportunity to make that dish in class one time. When I was at the Culinary Instituted of VA. Before cooking the meat I had to marinate it to enhance its flavour and tenderness, with a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, and garlic. Wish I could’ve made it look more intresting like yours! LOL!

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