So yesterday, Gary and I went to a friends’ house for a cooking/eating party. She made bulkogi, ribs, a cabbage and dwenjang jiggae type soup, and a spicy pasta dish, and she showed me how she makes her version of kimchee. It’s a fairly long process but home made is definitely better, and you can definitely taste a difference.
I went to my parents house to drop off a few things, and stayed for dinner. We had fresh asparagus with egg and cheese on top, mushrooms and pasta, broccoli, and fresh tomatoes and olives. Yummy
Had cooking (조리) class this morning and we made a seafood dish. The best part of cooking class is eating what we cooked
Also, I learned that the spoon is to the left of the chopsticks, and they belong on the right side of the place setting
Later in the afternoon was choir (합창) and then dance class . . .