Sunday, December 26, 2010

Is Korean the new Chinese and French macarons the new cupcake?

If so, then I have been loving those two for a long time now. Still haven't attempted to make my own macarons yet though. Yahoo Shine predicts food trends for 2011. Just look at how colorful both dishes are, especially the Korean bibimbap dish. They say if you want to be healthier, then eat the rainbow. I have eaten this dish before and it is very fulfilling. Ummm, I think I want to go try this Korean restaurant in town tomorrow. There aren't many (if any at all) good Korean restaurants in the Twin Cities, but I'll give this one a try anyway. It takes a long time for me to make this dish.

1 comment:

  1. i hope Korean is the new Chinese because it would be nice to have more Korean food in the Twin Cities. the two Korean restaurants that we frequent is Dong Yang & Mirror of Korea. they are both better than Kings or Hoban.
    as for macaroons, i LOVE them. will probably never try making them myself since i'm not much of a baker.