Last Friday, we took up Grace on her offer of a Korean cooking demo, and combined our photography session with a Korean lunch. We learnt to make kim-bap Korean rolls, customised to our individual preferences. What you need is a sheet of seaweed, layered with cooked rice, some pickled, sautéed, nicely chopped veggies, eggs, sausages, all rolled expertly together with a mat, and voilà!
And then you cut them up neatly with a sharp knife and not too much pressure.
That wasn’t all we had. While Grace put out a few more delicious dishes, we practised some food photography.
She served Dwenjang Chigae (forgive me if I spell everything wrong) – a stew with rice, and some side dishes, by which time we were too hungry to take pictures, plus the most delicious sweet potato laddoos (I have no idea what is the Korean word for that) to top a fine morning of hard work 😉 and indulgence.
* A Delicious Korean Lunch