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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…

Hola! Gazpacho Sunday!

Hola! How about this a nice and simple Spanish Gazpacho today? I have the best Gazpacho recipe from my father in law, this recipe has been kept in the family since his first trip to Spain almost 40 years ago! This recipe is well adapted with locally produced Austrian ingredients yet has authentic flavour in…

Celebrating Apricot Season – Apricot Dumpling with Potato Dough

Hey, how are you doing with this summer? Do you know that apricots are in season now? For sure you know already but the best time for cooking with apricot is right now. Towards mid-August, the apricot gets sweeter than ever and ripe enough to cook with it. When you visit the local farmers market…

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…

#Recipe4Change

This blogging starts with a thought of how we can eat better and more sustainable way. And not only for me but people all over the world, cooking and eating together is the best way to share this thought naturally rather than tell them to do it. And while I was talking about my personal…

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…

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