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Hi Joe, thinking of you

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57 mins ago, bob_G said:

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About time you cleaned up your act Bob, that scraggly beard, backwards hat and cheap shades made you look kinda like...…………………..

 

PS nice of you to think about you brother...…………...

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Appears as though you and Sandy journeyed out to The Kingdom, Bob.  No doubt you bought baby bok choy as well.

 

Looks delish.  Imported?  I notice what is missing from that jar, and what many consider to be important to kimchi, is daikon radish. 

 

The brand I buy at Whole Foods is somewhat pricey and homemade in small batches by a Korean family in the basement of their three decker in Pawtucket, RI.

 

The ingredients in what I buy are: napa cabbage, daikon radish, miso, garlic, salt, red pepper powder, sugar, scallions, onions and ginger.   It's vegan, so unlike yours, it has no anchovy paste or fish sauce.  

 

As you know, kimchi was a staple food of mine for many months in Korea.

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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11 mins ago, oldgoat said:

Hey Joe G My grandson long, tall, Pete brought me some perogies from Fall River.

Eat cha heart out guy. yum,yum.

 

Been a long time since I had perogies, OG.    :drool: 

When Bob and I were young we always looked forward to a good meal of golumkies and perogies.

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49 mins ago, Joe G said:

 

Been a long time since I had perogies, OG.    :drool: 

When Bob and I were young we always looked forward to a good meal of golumkies and perogies.

Mom made amazing perogies. However, if there's a word stronger than amazing, that would describe babcia's perogies. :drool:

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Joe,

The bag of baby bok choy was under $3. My kimchi also has Korean pear and kelp in it. The item on the left is a new line of those instant Asian soups they brought in. You can read Korean, so tell me what kind of soup it is.  Those can be very good.

 

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1 hour ago, bob_G said:

Joe,

The bag of baby bok choy was under $3. My kimchi also has Korean pear and kelp in it. The item on the left is a new line of those instant Asian soups they brought in. You can read Korean, so tell me what kind of soup it is.  Those can be very good...…

 

I see your still trying to trip up this old spook, Bob.    :dismay:  

 

That is Chinese writing, not Korean writing.

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5 mins ago, Joe G said:

 

I see your still trying to trip up this old spook, Bob.    :dismay:  

 

That is Chinese writing, not Korean writing.

:laugh:

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1 hour ago, FEW3 said:

Dont look at the sodium content of that soup. Some are 70% DV

Sodium is cool, as long as its not salt.

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That is picture perfect, Bob.  :th:   Meets my approval and looks absolutely delish. 

 

Are you using cornstarch or arrowroot to achieve the glossy, shiny finish?

 

Also, please describe how you prepare the sesame ginger reduction.

 

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