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Thursday, October 14, 2010

HOpe

One day i will do all the things that i like with my family, and friends....


Wednesday, October 13, 2010

quick tour thru JeJu Island, South Korea

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Jeju Island



One of the famous island in korea... Jeju island can give us a sweet moment.. many  people wants to honeymoon in jeju island... so, let's collect money and travel to korea...

about korea

The National Flower of Korea








The national flower of Korea is the mugunghwa (무궁화), rose of sharon. The flower’s symbolic significance stems from the Korean word mugung, meaning immortality.




Korea's national anthem is "Aegukga," which means "Love the Country." In 1896, the Dongnip Sinmun (Independence News) published various versions of lyrics for this song.

Welcome to Korea

The Korean flag (태극기) is called "Taegeukgi" in Korean. Its design symbolizes the principles of the yin and yang in Oriental philosophy. The circle in the center of the Korean flag is divided into two equal parts. The upper red section represents the proactive cosmic forces of the yang. Conversely, the lower blue section represents the responsive cosmic forces of the yin. The two forces together embody the concepts of continual movement, balance and harmony that characterize the sphere of infinity. The circle is surrounded by four trigrams, one in each corner. Each trigram symbolizes one of the four universal elements: heaven (), earth (), fire (), and water ().












so many.. let's try...

  • Amaebi – Sweet shrimp

  • Boston Rolls – Crab, salmon, and scallion


  • California – Crab and avocado

  • Ebi – Shrimp


  • Egg Salad Rolls – Hard-boiled eggs, mayonnaise, and green onion strips


  • Hamachi – Yellow Tail


  • Hirame - Halibut


  • Holiday Rolls – Turkey, cranberry salsa, and cream cheese strips


  • Hotate – Scallop


  • Ika – Squid


  • Ikura – Salmon roe


  • Kani - Crab

  • Kappa Ma – Cucumber


  • Maguro – Tuna


  • Masago – Smelt Roe


  • Mirugai – Giant clam


  • New York Rolls – Smoked salmon, apple, and avocado


  • Pesto Rolls – Turkey or chicken, cream cheese strips, and pesto


  • Philadelphia Rolls – Smoked salmon, cucumber, and cream cheese strips


  • Saba – Mackerel


  • Sake - Salmon


  • Shrimp Rolls – Shrimp and cream cheese strips


  • Smoked Salmon Rolls – Smoked salmon, cucumber, and cream cheese strips


  • Spider Roll


  • Summer Melon Rolls – Prosciutto and melon strips


  • Tako - Octopus


  • Tai – Red snapper


  • Tamago – Egg


  • Tekka Maki – Tuna Roll


  • Temaki – Spicy tuna


  • Texas Rolls – Cooked beef, cucumber, and spinach leaves


  • Toro – Fatty Tuna

  • Tuna Salad Rolls – Tuna salad and lettuce leaves


  • Unagi – Eel


  • Uni – Sea urchin


  • Veggie Rolls – Pesto, cucumber, tomato, mushrooms, scrambled egg, scallions






  • video

    Seisei-zushi



    +Sushi is preserved food, the salted fish, fermented with rice, was an important source of protein.

    +The cleaned and gutted fish were kept in rice so that the natural fermentation of the rice helped preserve the fish.

    +This type of sushi is called nare-zushi, and was taken out of storage after a couple of months of fermentation, and then only the fish was consumed while the rice was discarded.

    +Japanese preferred to eat rice together with fish, the sushi, called seisei-zushi, became popular at the end of Muromachi period

    +Yohei Hanaya, a creative sushi chief, improved it to a simple but delicious food.

    sushi is one of the my favrouite food



    Are u hungry and feel like wanna test something new.. let's try sushi... !!!

    Friday, October 8, 2010

    IcE CrEaM

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    Because of Ice Cream.......
    Ice Cream Additives
    As ice creams move down the scale from premium, getting lower in fat and incorporating more air, ingredients are added to make up for the loss of creamy texture, rich "mouth feel", and to help keep all of the extra air whipped up. 

    History of Ice cream

    Ice cream originally can be flashback to at least the 4th century B.C. Beginning with the Roman emperor Nero (A.D. 37-68) who buy ice to be brought from the mountains and mixed with fruit toppings, and King Tang (A.D. 618-97) of Shang, China who had a idea to creating ice and milk concoctions. Ice cream is brought from China back to Europe. Over time, recipes for ices, sherbets, and milk ices evolved and served in the fashionable Italian and French royal courts.

    Several popular Americans served dessert that wast import to the United States. Thomas Jefferson and George Washington served it to their guests. In 1700, Governor Bladen of Maryland also serve ice cream to his guests. A London caterer named Philip Lenzi announced in a New York newspaper that he would be offering for sale various confections, including ice cream in 1774. Dolly Madison served it in 1812.

    First Ice Cream Parlor In America - English Name

    In 1776, the first ice cream parlor in America was open in New York City . The term "ice cream were the first to use by the American colonist. The phrase "iced cream" that was same to "iced tea". The name was later changing to "ice cream" the name that  we call today.




    Monday, October 4, 2010

    Forget about problem..... let's eat ice cream.....!!!!!