Six years ago I tagged along to see a fortune teller with my brother in Seoul. It was just for fun but it was quite amazing how the fortune teller told me so much about myself just by my name, date of birth and my face. One of the distinct points she mentioned was not to go into the food business. But my passion for food and sharing my skills with other people won over and I ignored her advice and started Nicky’s Kitchen cooking school.
My next mile stone is about to occur this weekend at the Bangkok Farmers market at K-Village. I will be cooking a variety of Korean dishes to sell. Before the real deal though, I decided to do a test run and invited a few friends for a tasting session.
We set up a pretend stall to see what it would be like. Below are my two lovely assistants who will be helping this weekend!
Seafood pancake and home made kimchi for tasting!
Cooking two Seafood pancakes at once!
Korean sweet pancake – aka hodduk was very popular!
Tasting time… these are delicious!!
If you are in Bangkok, we hope to see you this weekend!