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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.

Special Mustard Sauce for Grilled Veggies

Dipping grilled vegetables, simply seasoned with olive oil, a pinch of salt and pepper, in this special mustard vinaigrette sauce, you will taste all the varieties of veggie flavors in your mouth. This mustard sauce works very well with grilled meat without question but this tangy mustard sauce brings the most delicious flavors out of…

Rock & Roll with Leftover Rice

After cooking with rice, you get leftover rice easily. When you don’t have the plan to cook with rice in short time (1-2 days), you just store in a freezer storage and keep it in the freezer for a longer time. You can defrost the rice easily and this method applies to other food such…

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.…

Melon Slush – Drink Summer Fruit and Stay Cool

Melon is one of my favourite fruits and almost every day in the summer time we eat melons as morning smoothie, evening snack or cook it like a steak, add into salad and more. When I was a little girl living in Korea, my hometown, there were small shops for kids in front of the…

Bibimbap – Mix properly, please!

I cook bibimbap quite often as it’s easy to make and fun to play around with whatever vegetable we have. It’s also a good and healthy way to get rid of leftover ingredients. When I serve this bibimbap, I always start with “Mix properly, please!” Do you know why? The word ‘bibim’ means ‘mixed’ and…

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