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Slurped down duk guk (soup) all day for the new year

A's mom made us some delicious duk guk today. This is a must have (rice cake soup) dish traditionally eaten on New Year's Day. Along with that, she also made a fresh batch of kimchi, (my favorite type), and gave us a huge jar to take back home with us. Aaah, there's nothing like a mother's home cooking, right?


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  1. Happy New Year!!! Duk Guk is absolutely perfect for this weather. I had some myself on NYE ... yes.. nothing like home cooking and food made from love ^_^

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  2. Wow, that must be delicious. I wanna try it someday. :D
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  3. That looks so delicious! I want to try it :) xx

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  4. That looks delicious! I love my mom's cooking!

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  5. That looks so good! I need to give this a try. I usually get soondubu jigae. LOVE korean food!
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  6. @Ashley- I like soondubu jigae, too!! I'm mixed- white, puerto rican, and korean. I get asked that alot, and I should probably add that to my "about me" page. haha. And yes, I did get that palette for Christmas. Love it! Thank you for your visit! :)

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  7. Ooh that looks so good. You're right, there's nothing like mums cooking during the holidays! :)

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  8. yummy!!!!! happy new year!! x

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  9. I've never had Duk Guk yet, but it sounds delicious. I'm hoping that my mother in law will make it one of these days or maybe next New Year's Day. Kim Chi is always good any day especially the homemade kind.

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  10. That looks so delicious! and I love kimchi :)

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  11. Happy New Year! I had my duk guk, too! So delicious, there is nothing better then Mother's cooking, that's for sure. :)

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  12. hmmm... yummy foods! so mouthwatering!

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  13. so excited to find your blog and i am following you now! my mom is from korea and i just spent an hour looking at some of your old korea posts! i only went there when i was 10 and i am dying to go back with my mom. your pics just make me want to go back to visit even more! excited to see more of your photos. oh and i am slowly trying to learn to cook korean food (ahh!) so hope to have some recipes up on my blog too. great blog!!
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  14. I can not believe that I'm korean and didn't have duk kuk on new year's day!!! I'm gonna make some this weekend!!

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