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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.

Bulgogi – Korean Classic Marinated Beef

Bulgogi is a Korean traditional marinated meat dish, normally with slices of beef but can also be with pork or chicken. This is a popular main dish for family dinner as everyone like it because of its tender texture and sweet caramelised taste. Also, it’s very festive dish for celebrating summer time as you can…

Sweet Apple Flower

My mum loves apple, she eats one apple at least every morning. She says morning apple is her secret of being healthy and keeping her beauty. But for me the apple was the least favourite fruit when I was a teenager, maybe it’s because of my mum. When I was a kid, there were always apples…

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…

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.…

Stop Throwing Lemon Scraps Away!

Lemon is one of the most useful and beloved cooking ingredients in our kitchen. Adding just a few drops of lemon juice and tiny slices of lemon peel in many dishes take the whole flavour into another level. But after that what to do with all these leftover lemon scraps? Sometimes, I keep hollow half…

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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