Well here ya go friends! Take a quick look in our fridge and pantry of some of our favorite foods here in Ch/ in,a:
|Growing up, my family called these "Peanut butter wonder sandwiches" Its PB, honey, and banana. YUM!|
|From the left: Strawberry jam, a homemade wild grape jelly from one of my students' parents, Citron tea, Mayonnaise and Ketchup.|
|Cutting garlic for the week. Yes the week. |
We loooooove garlic!
|Orange soda left by our friends and K, o. r, e. an orange Juice. It is customary to bring a drink and always leave it for the host.|
|Try to pronounce this kids HAHAHA. |
Come on its easy. Its: "Jinminghou." See?
|Tastes just like from the States!|
|Popcorn kernels made on the stove. Oh yes! |
This is eaten quite often in the Lee home!
|In the great words of my Ch. ine. se friends: "These are really tasty!" They are sea weed crackers, I like to dip them in my homemade sour cream dip with spices: onion, chives, garlic and crushed red pepper. It was a hit last Sunday night at B study!|
|This is expensive so we don't get this often. Cheese is hardly found in any Chi. ne. se or Ko. r3an dishes, so all types of |
cheese is quite expensive here.
Hope you enjoyed the pictures and a look into our kitchen. Next blog will be how we cook and show a dish or two we as Americans like to cook while living here in C.h / na.
Next time I venture to the big supermarket, I must take a video of the live silk worms in the Pupa stage. Yes, live :) WOW I could not take my eyes off of it! Stay tuned, I will video the package discretely then put the package back :D
Happy weekend every one <3
D + M