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Old 06-11-2012, 04:25 PM   #81
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I never had any "real" stuff so I am probably way off but what the heck, I like it. I don't think I will ever add oysters either or the squid that this recipe calls for. I did have Korean pepper flakes though.

You know I had you guys in mind when I doubled it this time. The cabbage tasted nice and sweet to me so that should not be an issue. I think they thought I was nuts with the cart load of produce I checked out.

Sounds reasonable to me. Take a spin on over. I have a decent lager on tap that will go nicely too.
I can be there Wednesday if I leave now, all I need now is an excuse to get me out of work for the week
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Old 06-11-2012, 04:28 PM   #82
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A short 2,012.8 mile drive to Watersmeet, then I would need directions from there.

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Old 06-11-2012, 05:08 PM   #83
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So driving 2000 miles for some kimchi and a beer is not a good excuse to get out of work anymore? I'm glad I work for myself. I don't think I could live with those kinds of restrictions

It's a straight shot on 2 from Watersmeet to CF BTW.

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Old 06-11-2012, 07:52 PM   #84
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So driving 2000 miles for some kimchi and a beer is not a good excuse to get out of work anymore? I'm glad I work for myself. I don't think I could live with those kinds of restrictions

It's a straight shot on 2 from Watersmeet to CF BTW.
My wife, son and myself are relocating back to IL, rest assured, there will be get togethers at the family cabin in Eagle River. You and Yoop are naturally invited.
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Old 06-11-2012, 07:55 PM   #85
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SWMBO is half Korean so I'll definitely need to try this.

Also, when the kimchi goes 'sour', you can make kimchi jjigae (kim-chi jeeg-A)

You can pretty much add whatever you want but I add a can or two of cubed spam and it's great. Cooking gets rid of the sourness.

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Old 06-11-2012, 08:25 PM   #86
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My wife, son and myself are relocating back to IL, rest assured, there will be get togethers at the family cabin in Eagle River. You and Yoop are naturally invited.
Nice! I'm looking forward to meeting up someday.

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SWMBO is half Korean so I'll definitely need to try this.

Also, when the kimchi goes 'sour', you can make kimchi jjigae (kim-chi jeeg-A)

You can pretty much add whatever you want but I add a can or two of cubed spam and it's great. Cooking gets rid of the sourness.
That looks really good! I will have to do a little more cooking with this batch. It seems like pork/kimchi would be a great combo.
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Nice to see that you guys are still actively doing this. I haven't made any for months now since school has kicked into high gear. I keep looking at the napa cabbage at the grocery store when I'm shopping however it seems to have gotten expensive. I have a half jar from the local korean mart to keep me fulfilled though. And yeah the jigea is great, I linked to some great recipes a few posts back.

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Nice to see that you guys are still actively doing this. I haven't made any for months now since school has kicked into high gear. I keep looking at the napa cabbage at the grocery store when I'm shopping however it seems to have gotten expensive. I have a half jar from the local korean mart to keep me fulfilled though. And yeah the jigea is great, I linked to some great recipes a few posts back.
Yes you did. The ones I never got around to trying yet
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lol, it happens.

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Both you and Yoop are on my short list of reprobates I need to meet up with, do you fly-fishing? I love kimchi with fresh fish, and what better than some panfish caught in the shallows?

Ok maybe crappie or walleye....

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