One should only be so lucky to be invited to one of Mina's kimchi slave mines. It sounds ominous, but really, all it is is a bunch of folks standing around getting chili paste up to their elbows while they smother cabbage, daikon, carrots and spring onions in it before stuffing in a jar and calling it kimchi. Then, she makes yummy Asian delicacies for you to eat before heading home with your new acquisition. Kimchi is so photogenic. And it tastes great with scrambled eggs, among other things. You should be so lucky!
Yeah so, culinary adventures are just not my thing these days. I'm into sandwiches, easy homemade pizzas and pasta dishes lately. The more time I spend thinking bigger, better thoughts about my master plan (which encompasses everything), the less time I have to thinking about dinner.
I wanted a hot lunch the other day, despite my lack of creativity, and I luckily spied a package of forgotten udon noodles in the back of the fridge, hooray! So easy.
Hot water. Add udon.
Boil as the package instructs. Add miso (mine's vegan). Then I add a small handful of chopped spring onions and canned corn.
At the very end I add cubes of silky tofu. Don't heat them too much, or they'll disentegrate.
I started this blog because I'd been writing a food column in The Copenhagen Post a year's time, and was tired of being poorly payed and unrecognized for my efforts. I'd rather just put it all out there for free, and be paid with the occasional comment. So welcome, to the continuation of my food column, and to my real life kitchen.