Go Green!

In the summer of 2009, my family was assigned one small garden plot. Because we live in a family apartment on campus, my family has great opportunities to explore nature. I had always wished to have a garden of my own one day, so I felt like this was an excellent chance for me to practice how to plant and keep plants healthy.

However, for this family garden, most of the plants we have grown so far have been crops, not really flowers or plants for decoration. Because we missed many of the Korean vegetables we were accustomed to, we decided to grow them by ourselves, and we were very successful in doing so! 

Unfortunately, I have few pictures of my garden for evidence. Instead, I would like to share information about Korean vegetables and food recipes if only to say that these veggies are yummy and healthy!! For the recipes, click the title of the food! Enjoy!!

Cooked radish side dish (무우나물, 무나물, Muwoonamul)

무우나물.jpg

(Image source: 과일짱의 살림 엿보기)


Perilla leaf kimchi and perilla leaf pickles (깻잎김치, 깻잎장아찌, Kkaennip kimchi and jangajji)

깻잎무침.jpg

(Image source: http://www.pnfood.co.kr)


Radish salad  (무생채, Musaengchae, muwoo saengchae, or mu saengchae)

무생채.jpg

(Image source: 맛짱의 즐거운 요리시간)


Spinach side dish (시금치 나물, sigeumchi namul)

시금치나물.jpg

(Image source: 우노네 홈페이지)


Young summer radish water kimchi (열무 물김치, Yeolmu mulkimchi)

열무물김치.jpg

(Image source: 일마레 바다의 독단적 Space)


Squash pancakes (호박전, Hobakjeon)

호박전.jpg

(Image source: 황금연못의 건강밥상


Vegetable pancake with Asian chives (부추전, buchujeon)

부추전.JPG

(Image source: Naver blog CookCook)


Korean style mixed green salad (겉절이, gutjulee)

겉절이.jpg 

(Image source: 다음 블로그)

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