A Day For Chasing After Food

Featuring: Tze

There’s something very “Yay” about finding other people’s leftovers… like a half-eaten box of biscuits, or a thermos half full with hot coffee…
…I didn’t eat ALL of the kimchi myself of course.

7 thoughts on “A Day For Chasing After Food

  1. Malin says:

    So rice and kimchi fried together is tasty? That sounds great! I’ve yet to eat Kimchi at all, can’t find it where I live -_-‘
    Hey, do you know of some supermarket in Frankfurt that sells Korean Tteok rice cakes and Gochujang chili paste, by the way? :)

    • Tze says:

      It was actually kimchi fried with various veg, then put on top of rice. But it would work well fried with stale rice, I bet. Yum. :3
      Ah, you’re getting someone to send you groceries? There are quite a few good places in Frankfurt, but I’d say the easiest would be the Chinese supermarket below the Central Station. It’s a bit pricier but couldn’t be easier. :p They always have gochujang and frozen Tteok, sometimes they have fresh Tteok. Haven’t tried the rice cakes myself yet, but happened to know they have it, hehe.

      • Malin says:

        That was the plan, yeah X)
        I’ve looked for those things for ages, but I’ve never been able to find them. I do have a friend who lives just outside of Frankfurt, though, I wanted to ask her to send me the desired foodstuffs. She never cooks asian food though, so she wouldn’t know where to find them!
        Thanks a lot :)

  2. Zomink says:

    HAHAHA! Rice and 500g of kimchi…I can relate to that!
    Btw, you’re a translator?! I am as well! Well, I’ve been freelancing for the last 2 years and I do a lot less now because I’m applying to uni, but yes. awesome!

    • Tze says:

      I’m not a translator but helping out in their department for a while (actual job is game tester, which sounds a bit less impressive). :)
      Good luck with your applications, I’m hoping to return to art school one day… one day.

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