I made this soup last week and since we haven't had it for a long time, it was delicious... hehe~
If you need some guidance with the ingredients, you can check my Korean Cooking 101. ;)
2-3 spoonful of red pepper paste
1-2 spoonful of soybean paste
1 garland chrysanthemum
chopped green onions
In a pot, add cut fish and water. I accidentally added garlic earlier than I should... lol~ :X So ignore the chopped garlic in the soup. I believe the fish is yellow tail, but I could be wrong. This soup works with most type of fishes so you don't really need to worry what type of fish you're using. Make sure you turn on your stove to high.
Add radishes and onions. Once it starts boiling, you will see the fat on the top of the soup. You need to scoop it out with a spoon.
Then add chopped garlic, red pepper paste, and soybean paste. The heat from the soup is dissolve the paste.
Add garland chrysanthemum (suk-gat from what I know). You need to cut the leaves from the stem and get rid of the stem. I only use the leaves part.
Then add squash. During this time, I taste the soup to see if it taste to my bud. If it isn't spicy enough, add more red pepper paste. If you want more taste, add both pastes. Let the heat dissolve the pastes. Then taste again and hopefully, it's to your taste... hehe~ Before you eat the soup, add chopped green onions.
Now you can eat with rice and kim-chi! :)
This past Friday when I chilled with my friend, we checked out Icing. There were three headbands I liked, but I ended up bringing one home... hehe~
I like how unique the headband is. I haven't seen two bands together with a bow. I like it a lot!... hehe~ :)
I haven't done my nails for two weeks. I don't know if it's just me but do you remember the review for Sally Hansen Nail Art Pen review (click here to see post)? I only did nail art on two fingers with the pen. When I erased my nail polish a week after, I noticed the two fingers I used the Sally Hansen was weak, whereas, the others weren't. I thought that was strange! :X During that time, I didn't color my nails. I wanted it to get stronger. I wonder if it's just me or has it happened to you guys?
Anyways, this is my nail of the week (NOTW #9). It's nothing unique or exciting. I just wanted a solid color on my nails... hehe~ I used China Glaze in For Audrey (click here to see the swatches of China Glaze).
It's also perfect for this spring season... hehe~
I'm going to end with the amigurumi I just finished. Since my unborn nephew is coming soon (in May), I wanted to make something for him. I always got something for my nieces, now for the future nephew, when they were born... hehe~ I wanted it baby safe and I saw the most perfect pattern online (click here to see the pattern). It's adorable, but at the same time, it looks very safe for a baby.
Of course, I didn't use the yarn with the hair sticking out (whatever you call that). Since babies put everything in their mouth, it isn't safe. I used baby yarn for this sheep. The only problem is I don't think it's that cute the one I made of course... hehe~ I like the one in the pattern so much better *sigh*. I don't know if I should give it to him or make something else *sigh*. :X