Monthly Archives: April 2014
I’m not sure, but I think 양꼬치 (Yangkkochi) is a play on words for 양고기 (Yang gogi) which means lamb in Korean. Either way, Jill and I were tired after a long week of taking care of a sick little man and decided to get out of the house for a bit to relax with some lazy […]
It’s baseball season and that equals hot dogs. Charlie and I have had a strange relationship. It’s equivalent to that acquaintance that you don’t know, but you feel you know because you have heard about them through other friends and acquaintances. In a nutshell, that is the relationship that Charlie and I have. I’ve wanted […]
Wednesday afternoon pizza on a sunny day in the city is the perfect recipe for a great week. Wednesday is my “pit stop” day until the weekend. I normally drop Logan off at daycare and then head out with friends or by myself for an afternoon of exploration or social engagements. Basically, I love Wednesdays […]
The Baker’s Table in Gyeongridan (Noksapyeong Station) – Great Bread, Huge Schnitzel and German Pastries. PROST!
We weren’t suppose to go to The Baker’s Table. CY and I originally were going to try out the new Romanian restaurant in HBC called Dracula’s Lounge but it was closed for lunch, so we decided to head to The Baker’s Table across the bridge in Gyeongridan. As it turns out, as I was digging […]
Spring has been here for awhile and this means that day drinking season has officially begun. I first read about Flower Gin on the blog A Fat Girls Guide to Eating in Korea, and since it was a beautiful spring day, and I had some writing to do, I decided after lunch a nice gin […]
“Welcome to Good Burger. Home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?” If you recognize this movie line, than your taste in movies is terrible. However, if you attended Good Burger’s pop-up on Friday, your culinary tastes are much better. Good Burger is a group of inspiring chefs who have a passion for […]