Monday, April 18, 2011

Welcome to Bap Story

'Bap' is the Korean word for rice but also means food or meal. So you can imagine how much comfort we find in this word.

We will be sharing delicious, easy, homestyle recipes that anyone can make as well as insider tips on shopping in a Korean market and the best places to go for certain dishes. Like who sells the best white daikon kimchi, and where to get the best hangover soup. Yum.


FYI, we are by no means expert cooks. We just love Korean food and want to make it easy for everyone to love it as well.


Stay tuned for our first recipe!

xo
Jeana and Bo

15 comments:

Miss Crowland said...

OOhh! I love Korean food, and I have a Korean market near my house. Looking forward to your recipes!!

bill_carrera said...

Don't know how many of the ingredients we can find here in the middle of Brazil, but we'd like to try and cook along.

mukboazzim said...

My mom and I are both korean too.
We love korean food and we can't wait to see your recipes!

Bee said...

Saw your link on Wednesday Chef. I have a Korean engagement party to go to next month-- it's a pot luck picnic. Any chance you'll feature vegetarian bibimbap? Good luck blogging. I've been doing it for 9 months (when my son turned 10 months old) and I love it! Enjoy.

teryll said...

I too saw the link on Luisa's blog! I'm bookmarking you!!! Looking forward to more!

Delyth said...

I think Korean food is possibly going to be the next big thing. I recently wrote a post about fermented foods,

http://www.thedelicious.net/2011/04/feeling-love-for-fermented-foods.html

I look forward to your recipes as Korean ingredients are really easy to obtain here in Vancouver. Beautiful photos as well by the way. Clams are so pretty.

Jessica said...

I studied in Seoul during school and sadly I've not had much to do with Korean food since. Looking forward to your offerings :)

Marie said...

I also love Korean food and am excited for the stories to come!

Eva said...

Korean food is one of my favorite cuisines! I've been tackling lots of Malaysian and Indonesian recipes, but am looking forward to trying Korean recipes, too.

I have a few posts on Korean cuisine: one is a restaurant review while the other reviews kimchi.

http://inthekitchenwitheva-eva.blogspot.com/2011/04/kimchi.html

http://inthekitchenwitheva-eva.blogspot.com/2011/03/notes-from-koreana-in-cambridge-ma.html

Keep up the great work with the blog!

Best,
Eva

Tiffany said...

how exciting! i love food blogs, and i look forward to some great new recipes!

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

actually, truely thrilled to catch you at the very beginning...
looking forward to your recipes... from what i've seen : a great help!
cheers!
n♥

suzy lee said...

tremendous. this makes me miss my mom's cooking.

Anonymous said...

i LOVE korean food! thank you!

Wagner Family said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you! My husband is Korean, but was adopted as a baby and knows very little about the Korean culture. We are trying to learn as much as we can. I LOVE to cook so I've been experimenting with Korean cooking for several years, but find it hard to get good recipes in English. And the recipes I find are more of the special dishes that are more expensive and not something that you eat every day. I LOVE your blog! it is exactly what I've been looking for. Please keep it coming!

Pattaya, Thailand hotel said...

Hey this is great. I like Korea a lot. Been there twice because of my friend Chong. Belive me I was totaly surprised of Korean tradition. These people are great bania.