I am a teacher so I know how to teach. And I like to cook, but can I teach how to cook?
Well, that is what I did this weekend. I was invited to teach a fabulous group of ladies some Korean recipes. The host had a gorgeous kitchen for cooking and teaching and graciously worked as my assistant fetching all sorts of ingredients and utensils. The ladies were excellent students, trying, learning and asking lots of questions. Good food and good times were enjoyed by all!
What was on the lesson plan? First up, kimbap, rice rolls. I demonstrated the simple art of rolling them so they each look like a little masterpiece! 🙂
Secondly, we made our own pork mushroom mandu, dumplings, folding up little pockets of goodness!
And finally, we enjoyed some Korean bbq’ed beef, bulgogi in lettuce wraps.
Sorry, no glamour shots of these. This was the last piece of meat that was about to be devoured when we snatched it from a hungry mouth in order to snap a picture. Even though bulgogi is probably the most well know Korean dish, I have yet to post a recipe for the marinade. Soon… I promise! 🙂