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Beef Bulgogi

Beef Bulgogi
Beef Bulgogi
Here's another simple Korean recipe that I would like to share with you all.

Kimchi Pajeon

kimchi pajeon
As I mentioned in my previous post, Lenten Season: Easter Lunch, and as requested by friends, I would like to share with you all my simple recipe of Kimchi Pajeon.

Lenten Season: Easter Lunch

dining tableAfter a week of pure fish and vegetables, Papa chose to have an Easter Sunday Korean lunch at the comfort of our very own home.

Jun cooked the samgyupsal, beef bulgogi, tofu, and ramyun while I did the kimchi pajeon, steamed spinach w/ sesame oil and  the Korean beef stew.  Of course, this will all not be a complete Korean banquet without the ever present kimchi and soyabean paste from Masan Garden.  

Pinoy Tradition: Antipolo Lenten Alay Lakad

inside Antipolo ChurchThis year 2012, Papa, Bea and I decided to do our yearly tradition of Maundy Thursday's Visita Inglesia at Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage, Antipolo City via the alay lakad.   

Alay lakad is one of the Filipino religious traditions during Holy Week.   It is practically and literally walking all the way to the Antipolo Cathedral.   There were people quietly praying and even walking on barefoot - sans shoes or slippers as part of their panata; but sadly though, there were also a lot of people, mostly groups of teen-agers, whose sincerity was not reflected on their overly zealous and rabid actions.