Saturday, October 8, 2011

Bibimbap 365/278

Whenever I am missing Korea, I always try to make some bibimbap even though it is not the same as the authentic bibimbap that you can eat in Korea.

October 8, 2011:

  • We went to Janoski's Pumpkin Farm  today.  We left at 11 am and came back home  around 4 pm.  We all had a blast.  We did so many things including, hay ride,  pony ride, petting the  animals, corn maze and many more.
  • I am so tired and sleepy but I'd like to update my blogs before sleeping.

19 delicious comments:

Indrani said...

Those yellow roses are gorgeous.

guild-rez said...

As a gardener and cook I have enjoyed your beautiful flowers and food. Fall has arrived in our garden in Canada.
Please visit my blog and view my fall decorations.

Jama said...

I just had bibimbap a few days , not home made . I'm lucky to be living in Singapore, there's plenty of restaurants/eateries with so much variety of food from other country.And not very expensive if eating in food courts in the malls.

Anonymous said...

Looks delicious. Love the colours on the roses. The blush of pink makes them look extra special!

Adin B said...

Sounds like fun to me. Bibimbap sounds interesting as well. What is in it, mommy? hehehe.... Visiting!

Adin B

kat said...

sarap naman ng food nyo Rose... paki pasa nga yang veggies hehehe.

Kim, USA said...

I haven't tried bibimbap they said it is good. What are the ingredients to make it? ^_^ Happy weekdays!

The Rose

w0rkingAth0mE said...

Haven't tried my pagka spicy ba ito.

Lina Gustina said...

I've never tried bibimbap :)

Liza said...

I love Bibimbap! Have a fabulous week.

Liz @ MLC

Dhemz said...

ganda nang presentation...pede penge nalang sis...ehehhe...:)

KM said...

hi chubskulit,

care to share your bibimbap recipe? ;)

visiting you back for MYM. by the way, with regards to your question as to whether which i like better, Canada or US, i guess, it depends which part of Canada/US. Toronto definitely is a lot friendlier than New York :)

see you around ^^

Mel Alarilla said...

I have long wanted to taste the authentic Korean bibimbap ever since I read about it from Bambie dear's blog. She described it as so heavenly. I'm sure the Korean restaurants here in the Phils also serve Korean bibimbap. The vegetable dish beside your bibimbap looks so spicy with so many peppers in it. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

January said...

I've seen those food in Korean Drama sis.. hehehe.. mukhang masarap.. :)

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Liza said...

It's been ages since i last had Bibimbap.

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Sherrybasherry said...

Haven't tried that one yet, sis. Would love to try bibimbap soon! ;)

forgetmenot said...

When my kids were little we would always go to the Pumpkin Patch--same deal-food, rides, and getting to pick out your own pumpkin. It was always so much fun. I love your pizzas in the next post--they look absolutely scrumptious! Mickie :)

Romina said...

I haven't tried to eat the bibimpab, yours looks yummy and the taste must be yummy..nomnom..

Mika said...

It makes you feel happy with it's bright and pretty color and love the food right next to it! :)

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