It's been a while since the last post but I have a couple ideas that will be long due for multiple exposés.
Some subjects of note:
- Korean Traditional food
- The spice store at Findlay Market: Herbs & Spice & Everything Nice
- Nightlife for a Local Musician
- Training in Mixed Martial Arts
- Ravi Shanker and a philosophy of love and peace
- More Music! Open Mic at the Southgate House.
With the onset of new appreciation for the food of my heritage, I've been trying to categorize the main components of Korean cuisine into a few categories. The main ones that I've tackled so far are:
- Ji-gae, soup & stews
- Ban-chan, side dishes
- Bokum, stir fry
He Who Controls the Spice, Controls the Universe...
Of course I could go on and on and on and on about the amazing value that Findlay Market has to the city of Cincinnati. But the one store that I've really grown to love is the spice shop located in the indoor market. From citrus salt to tamarind paste blocks, Herbs & Spice & Everything Nice definitely has fulfilled my needs for spices. And the wonderful thing about this store is that all the spices are affordable and you can get just the right amount of spice that you need at a time. No worries, no more spending $40 or more on three or four spices at the supermarket!
Stay peeled for more extrapolation on my recent endeavors!