Chu seok class – yummy song pyun

Chu seok class – yummy song pyun

Check out the dishes my students created during the Chu seok class last Saturday.

  • Iris put a lot of effort in decorating each “jeon” with mugwort leaves….
  • A few more photos from the class, believe it or not, everyone finished the plate clean, yum yum!!  🙂
  • Song pyun was a team effort… so proud! Aren’t they so pretty?
  • To celebrate Chu seok tomorrow, I whipped up some more song pyun so I can share with some of my friends. Can you believe the colour comes from adding cooked pumpkin?

Nearly harvest time!

Nearly harvest time!

I started a two month culinary school last week which has kept me really busy. I can’t wait for the weekend to show off what I learnt from the school.

Meanwhile, my garden is doing really well. Lots of new family members to introduce today and  I will be ready to give away some chilli plants in the next few weeks.

  • My cherry tomatoes are doing really well. We’ve had a few ripe ones already and they were amazingly sweet.
  • There is a melon growing on the vine which is now the size of my hand. I have never grown melon before so I am very proud!
  • Finally, my favourite – Thai basil and mint – which both come in useful when I am cooking different dishes! Its great to walk out to the garden, pick the fresh herbs and add them straight into my cooking!