Of all the foods I’ve tried, it is Korean cuisine that I can’t yet appreciate.
I am currently working on the South East end of the Korean peninsula about a four hour drive from Seoul. A typical lunch for the workers here consists of a pile of white sticky rice, various vegetables covered in brine and hot chili peppers, kimchi, a meat and a soup. It’s that brine-esque, pickled vegetable stuff that I haven’t yet learned to love. and it is EVERYWHERE. 50% of most meal options are sprinkled with hot&spicy ocean flavor spices.
Yesterday, the Koreans that I’m working with requested a pizza party. So we bought them Pizzas from their favorite locale: Dominoes.
Korean Dominoes should be classified as local cuisine. Two of the pizzas had mayonaise on them, another had shrimp and unidentified yellow cubes. Squash? I’m not sure. You’d think I would be all over that mayo pizza, but I couldn’t move myself to try it.
I will be here until the 28th.
5 thoughts on “Kimchi”
OMG I love kimchi soooo much. I am so jealous of you right now.
There are a lot of different kinds of kimchi. Maybe you have’t had one that you might like?
This could be. Also, my opinion is likely warped by our lunch room. It’s dirty, filled with flies and surrounded by stray animals. Perhaps if I prepared the Kimchi myself I might be able to approach it with a more open mind and enjoy it.
Sounds like HnH….you had no problem eating there fatty.
I am suspending your Fat Face License for a 2 (Two) week period for not eating the mayo pizza. I am honestly extremely disappointed MikeD. What did we used to do when bored? yell the word Mayonnaise at your wall of guitars to see if Andy could hear the strings reverberating in his room down the hall. Appalled and Ashamed at you.
I’m sorry to disappoint you General Fat. I hereby offer you my fat face license for suspension.
I’m glad you didn’t demote me to Lieutenant Fat Face. I got off lucky this time.