Beef with Ginger and Green Onion

Beef with Ginger and Green Onion

Beef is good! I can't deny it. When the beef is juicy and tender, that makes your relationship with beef "Hot".  And when you can prepare the dish with beef very quickly without much fuss, your relationship becomes even sexy~! So here is one Asian recipe - "Beef with Ginger and Green onion" - that you can make with a blink of an eye, if I can exaggerate. It is *quick and easy, full of flavor, and good for you* kind of Asian food that you can easily make at home. ...

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Harvest Punch

Harvest Punch

I was having a hard time finding the right English name for this beautiful Korean drink. The name in Korean is Bae-daechu-gyepy-sanggang-ggool cha (배 대추 계피 생강 꿀차).  Yes, it is a long name but shorter than the famous "Tikki Tikki Tembo-no Sa Rembo-chari Bari Ruchi-pip Peri Pembo". It basically says what's in it. It has Korean pear, Korean dried Jujube (a type of date), cinnamon, ginger, and honey. Most people call it "daechu cha" since the dried jujube is the most important ingredient. ...

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Gingersnap Cookies, do you believe?

gingersnap cookies

"Mommy, Santa is not real, isn't he?" My 10 year old girl asked me the other day while I was driving to take her to the dance class. I knew that this moment will come someday and I have to give an answer at some point of her young life, but never come up with a good way to respond. Some might tell their children that Santa is not real and his existence is all made up by grown-ups, but I hesitate to say that to mine. Of course I've never seen Santa myself but I do believe in him, in my ...

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