7 days Atkins Diet

https://www.chowhound.com/food-news/202495/what-is-the-difference-between-the-keto-diet-and-the-atkins-diet/ The blog challenges Atkins diet, which aims to limit carbohydrate intake, eat high-protein-based foods and other nutrients, lower blood sugar levels and promote fat degradation. As an “emperor’s diet” in Korea, I liked the fact that I could eat my favorite meat during this diet period. In fact, I wanted to try the vegan … Continue reading 7 days Atkins Diet

Hug a Farmer

I went to the Farmer’s Market at St. Lawrence Market for my second blog assignment. There I admired various organic food products. Organic food products sold in grocery stores such as Metro were packed with unparalleled fresh and good-looking food products. I met a farmer, Jorge, there for an interview. He has worked as a … Continue reading Hug a Farmer

Onion Pickle

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers! The preservation food for this blog assignment is onion pickles (not peppers), a traditional Korean food. Onion pickles are a kind of Korean pickled vegetables, which is made by soaking vegetables in salt, soy sauce, and vinegar water. Salt has a great effect on preventing bacterial reproduction, … Continue reading Onion Pickle

Braised Spicy Chicken

Braised spicy chicken is Korean famous chicken cuisine. As its name, it is cooked with red pepper powder and chili pepper, the taste is quite hot for the people who are not used to eat spicy food (but I like it). prep time: 30 minutes cook time: 50 minutes Ingredients:   -1 Lb Chicken drumsticks … Continue reading Braised Spicy Chicken

Seafood Chowder

In Korea, soup is not a common food that you can easily get into everyday life without going to a particular restaurant. Also, although most of the country has a thick kind of soup, portage, other countries have access to clean soup such as bouillon and consomm√©. So, as an opportunity to cook soup for … Continue reading Seafood Chowder