Thursday, September 5, 2013

Cooking in Korea

I am so excited that I ordered a toaster oven from The Arrival Store.  If you are moving to Korea, you totally need to check them out.  Here is their link: http://www.thearrivalstore.com/
I have ordered all the essentials from them, and they even have food that you can order, and it will ship directly to your house.

Koreans don't have regular ovens in their homes.  I'm not sure if it's all Koreans, but none of any of the EPIK teachers have ovens.  I love to cook and bake and have people over, so I knew that I had to get a toaster oven.

There's a problem though.  What do I cook?  I left all my favorite recipes at home.  And even if I had my favorite recipes, a lot of the recipes call for ingredients that I can't get over here.  So I am on the lookout for old-fashioned recipes, those kind of recipes that my grandmother used to make when there weren't cake mixes, Bisquick, and fancy cans of soup.  If you have any, please share them!

I am researching for some toaster oven recipes and found this awesome blog with a bunch of simple recipes.  Yes, I got a little giddy.  http://greatist.com/health/toaster-oven-recipes

And this one: http://mantestedrecipes.com/recipes/toaster-oven-recipes.aspx

And one more: http://www.mealsforyou.com/cgi-bin/recipeGadget?gadget.toasteroven

If you follow me on Pinterest, you will see that I just pinned a ton of toaster oven recipes.  Let's get cooking!



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