It was love at first sight. The market is small, but it has all the necessities AND a fish/meat counter (where they tell you where the fish comes from!) AND a little kitchen where they prepare Korean goodies which they then sell. We stocked up on a lot of Korean food, with a plan to have it on New Year's day and officially declared (to ourselves) that 2012 will be the year of Korean!
I guess you can call that a resolution, but I don't like the sound of that. I prefer goals. Because really, I don't need these things to get "resolved", but, it would be great if they got done. So, here's some goals the husband and I set for 2012.
1) More Korean
2) More hiking (I've invested in a pair of hiking pants, so now I feel obligated)
3) More "deep" cleaning (thanks to The Homekeeping Handbook by Martha Stewart)
4) More dinner parties
All doable and fun, except I'll be struggling with #2, but I'll deal with complaining. I am an excellent hiking complainer.
So here's to a healthy New Year dear readers, hope it's a good one!
The spread included bulgogi and spicy pork over stir fried vegetables, shrimp, cucumber and cabbage kimchi, spinach, sprouts, seafood pancakes and rice. Notice the husband's cute table setting?