Saturday, June 5, 2010

Jae-sah at the KC Household

As I mentioned, it was our grandfather’s jae-sah yesterday so our family met up for dinner at my parent’s house.  Although our family is Christian, I always found it interesting how they never forget to honor the deceased.  The following pictures are what we ate. 

 

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Spinach, Gosari, and Doraji.  This picture reminds me I never posted a gosari and doraji recipe.  I will have to do that in the future.



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Kongnamool and Moo Bokeum.  


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Clear Ojinguh gook.  Told you it makes an appearance on special days.  =P



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Galbi.  Yummmm.  I wish I could eat this every day.



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My mom’s jut-gal kimchi.  The MR loves this!  It tastes best when it’s fresh.  I *WILL* watch her make this one day and write everything down. 

 


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Tofu jun, hobak (squash) jun, fish jun

 


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Fish.  Snapper?  I believe so.

 


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The whole spread.  How many of your parent’s have the same dinnerware?  ;)  It’s a Korean thing I’m sure of it.  =P

10 comments:

  1. Not just a Korean thing! It must be our parent's generation thing b.c my (white) MIL has the same dinnerware! :D

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  2. woah so much food *_*
    I've got the desire to eat korean today >_< !

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  3. love me some corningware (sp?) light, durable, timeless. i have mostly just white ones.

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  4. i really enjoy your blog. but recently, i've found out about your ACC on twitter. i'm a H+N surgeon and would like to help you if i can.

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  5. @john - please email me. koreancuisine@gmail.com and thank you.

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  6. ooh pls put up jut gal kimchi! lovvve it =P

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  7. awesome to see another family with such traditional roots... i am so thankful for my kun-aboji's and kun-omma's efforts - we probably have 5 or 6 jaesah's for different occasions still... right on!

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  8. so awesome to see another family with such strong roots... my fam still has 5 or 6 jaesah's for different occasions... so thankful for my kun-omma's and kun-aboji's efforts to keep this tradition alive. right on!!

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  9. can you post how to make the fish jun? Thank you!

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