I keep forgetting to take a picture of my knitting

I’m loving the colors of the Noro Kureyon.
We’re getting unpacked very, very slowly, and poor Peter has so much work work to do that he can’t do home work (get it? Home work. HA HA). Urgh. But, we are enjoying being in Portland. This evening we went to a Korean bbq restaurant. We used to go to one in Japan that Peter loved. This one was pretty authentic, and we know next to nothing about Korean food and/or culture, so we had to get help on how to cook and eat the food.

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Now I am really sleepy.

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17 Responses to I keep forgetting to take a picture of my knitting

  1. Jan says:

    Well, that’s a teaser! I just bought a skein of a new Kureyon color and I have no idea what I’ll do with it. The colors are so darn appealing, though! (Especially the new ones.)
    Ok, ‘fess up. What’re you making?
    (And unpacking can make one sleepy. I’ve been dozing for about a year….)

  2. Hey, where was that? It looks good!

  3. amineko says:

    “mmmm, korean bbq”
    -gina lomeli

  4. debbie says:

    yum….i think i’m going to get my husband to take me to get some bi bim bap this weekend….

  5. Taya says:

    Do you think it was the duck quacking that made the girls howl in the car? They have never ever done that before. Pokey has never howled in the 8 1/2 years she has been with us. I blame the duck.

  6. carolyn says:

    i agree with jan -you’re quite the noro tease. :)

  7. Minna says:

    Ah! Not sure what I love more about Korean cuisine: all the neat little pickled veggies, the spicy hot soup poured over rice/rice noodles, or the accessories!
    Is that the Korean place by Uwajimaya?

  8. Peggy says:

    OMG, OMG, just the shape of the panchan dishes–and the metal covered rice bowl–is making me drool. I see you’re enjoying Portland!

  9. Gina says:

    I love all of the little plates served prior to the meal. If you eat meat, and if you go back, look for something on the menu with slices of raw beef, asian pear, and hot sauce. It’s excellent.

  10. jungs says:

    i could eat korean food every meal of every day! i recently got back from n.y.c. and all i ate was korean food….it was so wonderful. (drool, drool….)

  11. Gee says:

    Oh I love it. After we found a great restaurant in SanDiego, I came home and found a recipe for the ribs that it appears you are eating. The ones made of flanken ribs. I am officially Pavlov’s dog. Ruff!

  12. Gee says:

    Oh I love it. After we found a great restaurant in SanDiego, I came home and found a recipe for the ribs that it appears you are eating. The ones made of flanken ribs. I am officially Pavlov’s dog. Ruff!

  13. lindiepindie says:

    Mmmmm. We LOVE Korean food. Our favorite Korean restaurant in DFW closed down last year and that picture makes me want some Bi Bim Bop in a hot stone bowl with all the side dishes.

  14. Adrienne says:

    I have to chime in. I love Korean food. LOVE IT. Yum. I’m jealous…those little dishes look amazing!

  15. Deb says:

    Where did you go? Not that I have time to go out to eat for a while, but I’d love a good restaurant tip!

  16. MJ says:

    Oh, yum. Korean food. I love all the little plates of pickles and things, I could just eat those with rice and a little soy sauce.
    I should stop reading food blogs at work. They make me hungry! ;-)

  17. Joyce says:

    wow…Korean food,Korean food…I love it.

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