In which Food From Far Away is a Very Good Thing for tired folks!
We've declared Sundays "Korean Food Day" at Haiku Farm, which puts Willie in charge of cooking Sunday dinners.
He was every enthusiastic and raced into the kitchen as soon as we got home, laden with packages and bags from the Korean grocery store in Lynnwood. I'm happy that he's comfortable with this task, because I'm trepidatious about cooking with ingredients when I can't read the labels!
The squares are a pounded fish, the cylindars are a dumpling-ish pasta, and the curly noodles are curly noodles. This dish included a couple kinds of seaweed (including one that is just for flavor--Willie and Jim both warned me not to eat the large stiff leaves) and some spices.
We also had a small korean melon, which we ate before I remembered to take a picture. I wonder if I can grow them in our garden here?
Update: I found the melon seeds for sale online. Here's the picture from the seed catalog!
I'm going to order seeds and plant some!