Kimuchi gyoza! sounds yummy! I’ll try it next time!
Oh! It completely slipped my mind, but I made your taco harumaki before!
It was so nice and kids also loved it! ( I wondered it might be too hot for them, but they ate a lot!)
If only I could have a beer!! It must be the best drink for it! Unfortunately, I can’t drink.
I’m glad the taco harumaki turned out good. I’m glad the kids loved it too. It’s super good with beer, so is kimchi gyoza! If you’re worried about it being too spicy for the kids just use less kimchi and more cabbage.
Yeah, never get rid of old kimchi. It’s really good for making fried rice and the like. It actually tastes better than fresh kimchi. Back in Canada I was told this trick by some ladies that work at one of Korean restaurants in my neighbourhood
I miss being in Seattle, because my wife and I enjoyed dim-sum (やむちゃ？) every weekend at the Chinese district. Many good restaraunts, and lots of good food. Dim-sum is also very cheap, so you can eat a lot for maybe $20 US (for two people!)
I often make the kimchi fry with pork 豚キムチ, too. It’s delicious and quick!
>Dim-sum is also very cheap, so you can eat a lot for maybe $20 US (for two people!)
I’ve heard that dim-sum is a kind of snack in China. They eat it between lunch and supper.
Is there the China town in Seattle? I love browsing trough the Chinese district.(There is one in KOBE in Hyogo, my prefecture).
There are a lot of good foods and interesting stuffs!
Hm, I am not sure if it is a snack or not. We go for breakfast and get very full. 😀
There is a China-town in Seattle, but it’s not called Chinatown (unlike San Francisco). We call it the International District. The reasons are complicated. Anyways, there are lots of different groups living there. Japanese immigrants have lived there for 4 generations, so our Buddhist temple in Seattle is quite old for a Buddhist temple in the US (most started within the last 30 years).
You would be surprised how much those temples have changed. My wife’s parents came to our temple in Seattle one time. They liked some things about it (for example, children’s school every sunday), but the service was only in English. Almost no Japanese, except for 声明.
Also, the design is more like a Church, but the 本堂 still looks the same.