I’m not going to write a long post, I just want to say that I love Korean food and have already had so much good food in just a couple of days.
My wife and I love to travel, one of the best things about traveling is getting to try new foods that aren’t available in our city. One of our favorite dishes is pho. Pho (pronounced fuh as in fun without the “n”) is a Vietnamese noodle soup.
When we travel to different cities, we often look up pho restaurants on Yelp and order some. We have had pho in 5 different states. If you haven’t noticed, we really like it.
Where we currently live – Jonesboro, Arkansas – we cannot get pho, so we decided to take a shot at making our own. We scoured the interwebs and pieced together a recipe from many different ones that we saw. Continue reading How to Make Faux Pho
In 2011, I was blessed with the opportunity to work in South Korea as an English teacher. I was in a “little village” of only 300,000 called Iksan.
Iksan was a 3 hour bus ride from Seoul, S. Korea’s capital, and a 3 hour train ride from Busan, S. Korea’s 2nd largest metropolis. So I traveled across and back and forth and up and down through Korea.
I took in as much of Korea as I could. Continue reading 5 Things I Miss About South Korea