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Hello!

My name is Myounghee Jo. I am passionate about cooking diverse types of foods, exploring new tastes and teaching how to cook in an environmentally-friendly, sustainable fashion. I want to create a community internationals in Vienna, who share with me the passion for food, which connects and tells stories.

Blog Posts

My everyday recipe is presented here, I do what I love to cook and share the ideas.

Korean Multi-Purpose Soy Sauce

One ingredient I make sure to have in my pantry at all times is Korean multi-purpose soy sauce. I use it as a dipping sauce for the rice roll dish or to marinate meat, stir-fry vegetables and make a quick Korean style warm salad. Once you prepare this multi-purpose soy sauce in a big amount,…

What Can We Do with Watermelon Scrap?

Do you feel bad when you throw watermelon scraps? I do feel bad actually as I eat melons almost every day these days and the amount of waste is too much even if it ends up in bio waste and recycled in a way. I researched what I could do with this watermelon scrap and…

The Best Home Grown Green Salad With Orange Mustard Dressing

This is a recipe for a proper crisp, green leaf salad with tangy orange mustard dressing. The green leaves are from partly our tiny garden, healthy grown up purple basil (Basil Rosso) and bloody dock which I planted when they were babies from Arche Noah. And the others, lettuce and rocket salad (Arugula/Rucola) are grown…

Summer Story by Elderflower

Elder (‘holunder’ in German) is a loved bushy tree which can be seen commonly all over Britain and most parts of central and southern Europe. I’ve never seen this tree before when I lived in Korea, but since I’d moved to London and now Austria, I see this tree everywhere, every year around early summer.…

Banchan – Kimchi Salad and Egg Soup

In the previous post, I introduced ‘Bibimbap’ and explained about ‘Banchan’ shortly which is a side dish served at Korean meal. Following that post, I am going to share with you a very simple and easy but common side dishes which would go very well with ‘Bibimbap’ and other rice dishes. While I was researching…

Seasonal Veggie, Zucchini Gazpacho!

What can you do with all this zucchini? That was my question and the answer was this easy but very locally cooked recipe, Zucchini Gazpacho. I know that I have already made a proper Spanish Gazpacho last time and shared the recipe with you. But I thought maybe many people found that Spanish Gazpacho recipe…

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