Recipe: Korean Oxtail Soup

Rainy season, or shall we say, delayed rainy season, started in Lisbon. I was told that we usually have the rains from November to March, but this year, somehow, we saw days with glorious blue skies. Well, as with everything, there’s always a catch….Now 95% of Portugal are in severe drought, we prayed for much needed rain, and we got it!

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Daebak Wang Mandoo

Tucked away in a strip mall in the Korean neighborhood of Federal Way, Daebak Wang Mandoo is a family-owned restaurant that specializes in Wang Mandoo.

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Mandoo (만두) or mandu is dumplings in Korean. Wang (meaning king) mandoo (왕만두) refers to buns.  Continue reading “Daebak Wang Mandoo”

Seattle Lunch Options

Boat Street Kitchen

You simply can’t go wrong ordering anything at Boat Street. The food is French with seasonal ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. With entrées priced between $15-$18, it’s a bit of a splurge for lunch. But if you don’t fancy a big meal, 10 dollars get you the best tomato soup in town and a toasty Goat Cheese sandwich (Magali Tomato Soup with Goat Cheese Baguette). A portion of their menu changes often. Recently we’ve had (pictured below) a hearty Provençal beef stew, a tender juicy trout and a delicious duck breast.  Whatever you order, don’t skip the Amaretto Bread Pudding with Butter Rum Cream Sauce. It’s the best bread pudding EVER!

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