A hungry new yorker who is joined by the hip with her camera
Seoul Garden in koreatown is nice.
If you're willing, you can come out to Queens. There are reasonably priced, all-you-can-eat BBQs like Picnic Garden or BBQ Village.
One of my favorites is Hanjoo in Murray Hill. They grill the meat on a crystal slate and their cold noodles are amazing. I think SE might have done a review on this one..
I make my own iced latte for my starbucks tumbler~
I'm stretching the hot drink season for as long as I can. Iced coffee can sometimes be too watery and bland for me.
"Word of warning: There are a number of Pocky imitators out there"
how dare you list pepero! I'm korean and i grew up eating PEPERO (빼빼로) not POCKY! When we were little we always called pocky "japanese pepero"
Ask any korean and they'll tell you the same. Not everyones on team pocky
ohmygoodness i had this on a rainy day in Michoacán last summer...they are absolutely AMAZING pleaseplease become popular in NYC!! *crosses fingers*
japanese sweet potatoes
@hmw0029 I love the spam in budajiigae:D
there's also one in flushing.
my mom and I always FIGHT for the crab roe
in my egg sandwinch.
some things are just meant to be thrown out.
I just made them and oh my god they are SO GOOD! and i didn't even have to turn on the oven. I think i'm going take a rest from baking and start looking more into candy.
Growing up in a Korean Kitchen
jelly beans. ugh.
they raised the price to 30 for lunch
Bread, Butter, and a toaster.
Koren bbq. My family doesn't really eat any formal meals when we gather. Fun meals like indoor bbq, in my opinion, is better than a fancy meal.
I hate this place. The service is horrible.
Toast with butter. Can't get any better then that!
almost every chef in Food Network.