So I went to ranch 99 to get stuff for dukbokki.
It was really tasty, but my attempts did get sidetracked by my mom, who was like YOU MUST ADD CARROTS, and YOU MUST ADD CORN STARCH
Ok, with that out of the way, I can say that I made it. Everyone but my mom enjoyed it. My mom just sat there and was like "this is.... fine...." and she normally gets all excited when I cook >.>
Firstly: gochujang is amazing. IT took me close to half an hour to find it in the store, because it wasn't in the regular sauce section. It was with dry chilies o.o
Secondly: the end product was tasty, but had too much carrot, and turned out to be gelatinous after it cooled :/
Anyways, was really tasty. Not appetizing looking. Did add ramen though because I didn't know if there would be enough for all. Timed it right this time though, noodles stayed thin. And yes, they are much better that way. Dad was like ARE YOU SURE YOU SHOULD TAKE IT OFF THE HEAT IT WILL BE UNDERCOOKED.
White person logic
Also got more shin ramen to not fail. Also got chappegetti, or however you spell that, so I could try a different type. They have shin ramen on sale. 5 packs for 3.50, or 5 bowl thingies for 2.50. Not sure which to do. Bowls look smaller, but I'm not entirely sure.
Tomorrow will finally make cookieish things. Will try to make samgeopssal soon, but they didn't have it in stock and I can't cook it for my family. Although my mom has no problems with going through 4 bowls of cereal, there is too much fat in samgeopssal to try it once ;(
Time for the pictures
Carrots sank to the bottom. COuldn't find camera while it was fresh.
Yup, too much carrot.
Why didn't I find this stuff sooner.
My junkfood. Still haven't opened chocopies. Must do so soon >.>
Different type of interaction (girl focused non-specific relationship rant of self deprecation)
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I have lots of friends. Lead two fairly large clubs at school. Get along with everyone. but for some reason, I can't get the balls to ask somebody out. Not going to be a girl blog with ooh, aah she's so perfect, but rather a why the hell am I so scared. If she says no, which is unlikely, what's gonna happen? Not really that important, but I felt like I had to get it out there.