We were extremely blessed with a special fellowship home cooked korean meal by Elder Choi’s family. The aroma of the freshly made kimchi filled the air and the loud chitter chatters from everyone showed how excited everyone was to dig in!
The sliced pork with onions were amazing. These sliced goodies were marinated overnight and cooked early in the morning. Tender, flavourful, hints of smokey wood. Darns. I wanted to have round 2 of it!
Eldress placed a big plate of kimchi on each table. She said they were prepared two days ago. Cross my heart and hope to live, it was one of the best kimchis I had ever tasted in my entire life! The vegs were fresh and they had just about the right level of spiciness. AMAZING. The loud chatters gradually died down because everyone was so focused on eating!
The home made korean style tamago was cooked by their daughter, Kimberley and boy oh boy…chef skills run in this family! Fluffy eggs with chopped spring onions and seaweed. Yummylicious!
One more side dish to add into this delicious mesh up! Gogumasun, sweet potato shoots blanched to soften and seasoned, and then lightly stir fried. Apparently, low in saturated fats, good for dieters!
Now, my plate filled all the yummy food was quickly gone and I held back my temptation with 110% mental strength and refrained from bowl 2!
Today, we were also greeted with freshly chopped and marinated cucumbers as a side dish for our ayam rendang nasi lemak! They served to cool off the sambalicious spicy taste from the gravy. Korean-malaysian fusion meal!