the birthday soup

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  1. jaz says:

    hoy ha kakaloka ang theme experiment mo ehehehehe

    wow ka-bday pala ni hubs mo anniv ni anna 😀

    ako naman beef for miyeok soup talaga though mom-in-law sumtyms cook em with shells or mussels. being a meat person myself mas preferred ko taste ng beef miyeok guk 🙂

  2. jaz says:

    ay mali…late ko na narealize ung lunar calendar thing…ehehehe… tanong mo kay anna why…ehehehe, c ya on thursday ! muah!

  3. annabanna says:

    hehehe mali-mali na si jaz..alam mo bakit?! over kasi! ako i like mussels with miyeok..mas masarap kesa beef and sesame oil, baliktad kami ni jaz ano?

  4. razel says:

    hahahahahaha…buhay pa ako..!!!!!! ang tagal nawala sa akin ang site na ito….

    ngayon birthday rin ng mother in law ko, so this morning at 6 nakaluto na anko ng miyeok….

    pero sa birthday ko nakalimutan nilang gawan ako…whahahahahaha…

    anyway i just liked the soup……

  5. luz says:

    Happy Birthday, Ryan. I hope you enjoyed your special day!
    Your sister-in-law,
    Luz

  6. runstar says:

    happy B-day!!! sounds yummy
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  7. jaz says:

    harhar d har!

    competing with me? patagalan ng alang update??? 😀 c ya on sunday!

  8. kristine says:

    Korean food is sooo good! And I love love love seaweed so I want to try to make that. I was introduced to korean food because my cousins wife is korean and we’re a filipino family so it was nice having another culture introduced to the family. She would make alot of yummy korean food and I loved it! There’s one that she made that you’d eat with lettuce and rice.. probably what you mentioned but I don’t know what the name is haha. But it’s yummy. I haven’t had any korean food in years so coming across your site reintroduced me to it again haha.

  9. The recipe is handy, thanks so much for that! But I am curious – does it really help with the bleeding and uterine contraction after birth? Because if it does, I’ll have to keep it in mind to prepare this for my wife in the future! 🙂

    han fung korean restaurants last blog post..Delicious Korean Food In Singapore – Han Fung Korean Restaurant

  10. elyoka says:

    Happy b-day! He must be 40 now! great age!
    i will give a try to this soup. looks like it is easy to cook.
    please keep sharing more recipes! thanks!

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