This is a very satisfying dip…
…not least because you can even write its name in Hangeul.
Gochugaru Girl had a bit of waiting to do this morning.
People used to wait for amazing things to happen but now we seem to be waiting for Amazon things to happen.
Gochugaru Girl wishes Mr Gochugaru a very Happy Birthday.
I didn’t forget to buy a card…I just thought this was a more novel way to send my wishes.
Gochugaru Girl has an admission to make.
In times of stress I sharpen pencils in order to free my mind of troublesome thoughts.
Gochugaru Girl has had a long and tiring day. Despite starting at six in the morning, nothing revives her more than baking a cake (or three) to end the day.
I have some dates in my store cupboard which were bought on a recent trip to Dubai. Given its Middle Eastern origins, it is surprising that dates as an ingredient is mentioned only twice in the Bible.
Gochugaru Girl loves baking cakes, but the nature of city life means that there is often not enough time to fuss about with complicated recipes. Neither does she want to give in to instant but inferior-tasting cake mixes.
One of my favourite cakes is banana cake, owing to its accommodating nature. It is possible to make a plain banana cake, or to add one or several complementing ingredients into the batter before baking. An additional advantage is that all the overripe bananas hanging around the fruit bowl, attracting interest only from fruit flies, can be put to good use.