Kimchi made in Brighton

'pink' Kimchi made of fresh beetroot and cabbage- proudly made in Brighton
‘pink’ Kimchi made of fresh beetroot and cabbage- proudly made in Brighton

Do you like Kimchi?

Would you like to learn how to make Kimchi?

Why don’t you come along with me then?

I would like to show you various kinds of Kimchi ‘made in Brighton’ and to share my experience of cooking Korean food using fresh and possibly seasonal ingredients.

making Kimchi in a big mixing ball
making Kimchi in a big mixing ball

Spring comes in purple

Forget-me-not… Today’s walk was brilliant. I found wild strawberries in bloom on edges of narrow paths in the forest. I noticed lots of wild raspberries canes, too. However, today’s colour was definitely ‘purple’. Carpet of Forget-me-not and bluebells welcomed me and my friends on May Day! Thank you.                                                   오월의 첫째 날, 숲에 또 갔다. 바람이 꽤 부는 날이었지만 숲에 걸어 들어 가니 따뜻해졌다. 야생산딸기꽃 보며 저 꽃 진 자리에 딸기 열려 익을 때즘 따 먹으러 와야지, 생각하니 괜실히 행복해지는 마음.

Time for Kimchi

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Hello. This is my first post in my new blog, “Time for Kimchi”.

This photo was taken last week from a little forest in Brighton where I went for my first spring walk this year.

I chose this photo for my first post because it reminded  me of the moment of ‘first’ sense and ‘fresh’ mind.

I am going to post more of my Kimchi business related articles as well as some random, floating ideas in my head.

See you soon.