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Homemade Kimchi Soup For Dinner

DINNER TIME.... 

My son made his own Kimchi and brought a tub home for me to try.  Oh, what do I do with it?  Never tried cooking it before, the only times I tried were in the Korean restaurant and they were served as appetizers, were they not?  No worries, the part time cook said he would do the soup for us.  All I had to do is to get some fresh pork meat, beancurd, mushrooms and he would do the rest....
And he actually did it... with me hovering beside him, of course... LOL.... 
I find the Kimchi soup very appetizing indeed...
I could just eat it with plain rice... 
Our portions for dinner.... 
Two big bowls of Kimchi soup, leftover fish balls from lunch....
.... And a tub of durians called Musang King... RM35..
Once a blue moon, it is fine....
A very heavy dinner indeed...
Surely and dearly I would gain some weight by the time they leave Ipoh!!


Comments

  1. Not bad wor, your son cooks and it passes your test so you can sit back and relax.

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  2. Oooooo...no, thank you! It does look very good though. The ladies in the house would love it though - my missus makes her own kim chi too. They love anything Korean so much.

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  3. So wonderful to have your son cook dinner for you and he making his own kim chi. Time to step back and enjoy your son's cooking. The kim chi soup looks good.

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  4. I dont like kim chi so I dont know how to make. My hubby bought a tub and will take some out and eat with rice and other dishes sometime. The smell already put me off. Haha.

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  5. Not bad, your son makes his own kimchi! The soup must be delicious. Wah! I must order durian via Grabfood!

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  6. I love the kimchi soup and durian but not to eat together. Lolx. Is he going to teach you how to make kimchi?

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