4 Korean Chicken stew (닭볶음탕)

it's been a while since we cooked something, i know. but like i mentioned in the last post - exams and writing final reports were pretty exhausting. so today, Korean cuisine again. really easy to make and delicious Korean chicken stew, dak bokkeumtang which literally means 'fried chicken hot pot'. But what's funny, we don't fry the ...

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sushi train: the adventures of くら寿司

since the exams and writing end-of-the-semester reports took up all my free time, I had no other choice than introduce some Japanese food which is not made by me. Kura Sushi is a chain sushi restaurant, train-sushi, actually. One of the most popular in Japan. For ¥100 you can have two pieces of sushi. Maybe it's not ...

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Japanese birthday cake ^^

it's my birthday today! wasn't expecting anything until tomorrow morning at least - i started my usual workout with olivia (hardcore cardio+boxing+belly blitz). 5mins after we finished someone suddenly started knocking on my door. like aggressively knocking. - wait! wait! - I said cause I was all sweaty, imagine how sweaty i was after that ...

3 Polish Hunter’s Stew: bigos

It might not look awesome but believe me - tastes great! Bigos is one of the most traditional Polish dishes, sometimes even called the Polish national dish. There is no single recipe to make bigos, recipes vary from region to region and from family to family. Traditionally, it's supposed to be made over 4 days ...

2 Japanese hot pot: nabe

when it's really cold outside and not much warmer inside your house, there is one perfect thing which can warm you up. nabe - a Japanese 'hot pot' dish. So what do you need to make that heavenly dish? Not much, actually. Nabe is awesome for at least few reasons: it's easy to make, cheap, ...

tensai’s favourite: tatanka

Not that I am convincing you to drink, but if you like an occasional cocktail tatanka should definitely be on your list!

1½ yaki udon (midnight snack)

An example of the infamous student cooking. From the time I was a student in Japan.

1 Korean dumplings: kimchi mandoo

Probably the best dumplings I've ever had. A must try for everyone who loves kimchi.

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hello unknown bloggers! i'm polish. i live in osaka. my boyfriend is korean. we speak english and japanese with each other. one day we watched 'julie&julia' and we got the inspiration. i guess that being exchange students and communicate in two different languages weren't crazy enough for us. that is why you're reading this now. ...

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