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17 Feb

Korean Bulgogi and Kimchi Nachos

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One of my favourite game day snacks is nachos and this time I though that I would combine them with one of my favourite cuisines, Korean cuisine, and so I present to you these Korean themed nachos with bulgogi, kimchi and plenty of melted cheese! Bulgogi is Korean BBQ beef that is marinated in a tasty sweet and salty sauce that is absolutely divine all by itself but it gets even better in these nachos. Kimchi is fermented cabbage that is on the sour side and can be spicy but when combined with the sweet bulgogi and the melted cheese it mellows out and really brings these nachos together! From there you can top the nachos with what you want...
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17 Feb

Best Vegetarian Recipes


Whether you have made the full vegetarian plunge or just want to mix it up, sans the meat, once a week, these healthy, meatless main dishes will have you swooning.

Rösti Casserole with Baked Eggs

From fresh garden salads to hearty stews, and even a mock meat loaf, this collection of vegetarian recipes will leave you full, happy, and certainly glad you chose these healthy meatless meals. In honor of our 25th anniversary, we compiled a collection of our editors' and readers' favorite vegetarian recipes from the past 25 years. Based on research from, we pulled the Cooking Light recipes that received the most votes and highest star ratings.   First Up: You'll love this Rösti Casserole with Baked Eggs....
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17 Feb

Harry Potter Themed Coffee Shop Opens In Nevada


They have butterbeer and nutella lattes, so yeah. We need to go there.

​It doesn't matter how many gimmicky chocolate frogs we taste or Griffindor scarves we buy - we'll never stop getting excited over a new Harry Potter themed thing we can eat, visit, or display proudly in our bedrooms.

And so the grand opening of Bad Owl Coffee in Henderson, Nevada is cause for a whole round of celebratory butterbeers. Followed by some frantic bank account checking as we try to justify saving up for a plane ticket.

The café is - as you've probably guessed by our JOY - entirely Harry Potter themed.

Good morning from Platform 9¾! ⚡️ Guys. This is already my favorite coffee shop & it just opened today....
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16 Feb

Korean Fusion Food


Korean Food meets Western Food.

Korean food is known for its delicate spices and its umami-like flavours found in dishes like, Kimchi, and Bulgogi. So when Korean food is cleverly infused with conventional western food, it becomes a unique delectable. Here are some of Korean Fusion Foods worth a try:


One of Korea’s favorite street foods, Ddoggochi (떡꼬치) which are skewered rice cakes covered in various sauces, meets Bacon. The bacon gives it a crisp and  salty taste, as oppose to the soft texture of the rice cake, giving it a refreshingly new taste.


Traditional Mexican food meets a Korean traditional dish to create Kimchi Tacos. The punch of spiciness in Kimchi wrapped in either a soft or hard taco shell brings contemporary, new flavours to fusion foods.

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16 Feb

Korean Soju Cocktail Recipe

Since it is St. Patrick’s Day, I thought it would be appropriate to share a cocktail recipe. Our fridge is constantly stocked with a few basics: milk, yogurt, string cheese, eggs, strawberries and soju! What is soju you ask? Well, soju which is packaged in a distinct bright green bottle, is Korea’s national liquor and can be found right next to the kimchi in any Korean household and social gathering (proof here). Soju is an alcohol typically made from rice, wheat or barley, but modern producers often replace rice with other starches such as potatoes, sweet potatoes or tapioca. It is a clear liquid, comparable to vodka with a slightly sweeter taste. It’s usually taken as a shot however, just...
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16 Feb

World’s Strangest Hangover Cures


From hot saunas to sour pickles, every culture has its preferred morning-after remedy

One of the oldest, most common miseries known to man goes by a variety of names. What the medical community recognizes as veisalgia (from the Greek root algos, for “pain and grief”), Germans refer to as katzenjammer (“wailing cats”); when Scottish poet Robert Burns described feeling “ramfeezled and forswunk” in the late 18th century, he was invoking the same malady that modern-day French-speakers callgueule de bois ("wooden mouth"). Here in the U.S., of course, we just call it a hangover. Virtually every consenting adult has suffered at least a touch of this distress at one time or another. And while the scientific explanations for the condition vary, the symptoms are almost universal: headache, upset...
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16 Feb

Radiant’s Daily Food


Potato Spinach Pancake 감자와 시금치를 함께 갈아 전을 부쳤어요. 오늘도 행복한 하루되세요! ?? #koreanfood #healing #health #onmytable #onthetable #food #foodart #foodstyle #fooddesign #foodstagram #vsco #vscocam #vscofood #vscomood #vscodaily #insta #instapic #instafood #instadaily #instamood #daily #mood #푸드스타일 #푸드 #푸드스타일링 #푸드스타그램 #홈메이드 #힐링 #굿데이
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Korean Style White Rice Pumpkin Dates Cake ? 나이들어가면서 떡이 점점 좋아지네요...
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15 Feb

Gochujang Sloppy Joes


Sloppy Joes is one of the well known American classic dish.

I understand the term “sloppy” in the title. This is a kind of dish that can be prepared quick and easy, and it can be a little messy when you eat with hands. However why does it have a name of “Joe”? Why not Bob or David?  Just simply curious!

Anyway, I want to give a little twist to this all American classic sandwich by adding a Korean flavor.  Yes, this is Gochujang Sloppy Joes!  Gochujang will add a very gentle spicy kick and you will love how it binds all the flavors so nicely.

I made this recipe for JayOne and you will find the same recipe on their site...
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15 Feb

Here’s A Way To Take Your Ramen To New Levels Of Flavor


Not your average ramen anymore.

Here’s what you will need for one serving: 1 egg 1 egg yolk 1/3 cup parmesan cheese Some ground pepper 2 strips of bacon, sliced in 1 packet instant ramen 1-2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil Directions: In a small bowl, add one whole egg, one egg yolk, 1/3 cup parmesan cheese, and pepper to taste. Whisk with fork until well combined. Cut two strips of bacon crosswise into half-inch strips. Fry until cooked but not yet crispy. Boil water and cook ramen very al dente, or just until it can be loosened from it’s block form. Add 1-2 tablespoons of olive oil to the bacon and stir, lifting any bacon bits that are stuck to the pan....
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14 Feb

Recipe: Cheesy Rice Balls


It seems like I always have a ton of leftover rice. Duh!

So here I am throwing a simple yet very tasty snack, appetizer, or finger food that you can make easily with leftover rice. You have to use short grain rice, though. You will need the stickiness from the short grain.


Here is my leftover rice cooked with some quinoa seeds. (I like to add quinoa when I cook my rice. Quinoa doesn’t have much flavor so they don’t alter the flavor of rice too much, and I love the texture they add)

This is a great time to use any leftover vegetables that you might have in your fridge.  I used green onion and a...
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