All this snow will just make our vacation to Thailand next week all the more fantastic. Yea!
|On the way to the grocery store.|
|Bump Update: 27 weeks|
It was great to play in Seoul and have lots of friends show up!
Rob McManus was in fine form on the electric cello.
Zee Kang joined us on vocals and the fiddle for a few songs.
Rocking the 3-part harmonies on OCMS's "Wagon Wheel"
Every rock star's dream: beautiful women dancing in front of the stage!
The Mad Cannons: Robbie, Moon, & Stan (Simo, not pictured)
Zee, Robbie, Stan, & Simo
The Odds Against
|Chocolate cupcakes with pink cactus icing and coconut sprinkles.|
Baeknyuncho, a type of cactus, is shaped like a flat fan and is also called a "palm cactus." It is indigenous to Hallim-eup in northern Jeju. Violet fruits come out from November to March. The fruits and stems are usually used to make fresh juice or made into powder to mix with tea or drinks. The powder can also be sprinkled on yogurt or salad. Baeknyuncho is especially recommended for women as it is rich in dietary fiber and inorganic substances such as calcium and iron. Baeknyuncho powder is priced at about 30,000~40,000 won per kilogram.
To get to the baking shop, take exit 7 from Gangnam station, walk straight for a block or so, then take a right into the alley that runs parallel to the main drag. Walk along the alley until you see a shop called "Tea Purple." At that corner, take a right. Walk up the road just a few shops. The baking store is on the left, tucked away on the third floor above a restaurant called "steak-a-holic." It's called "The Bread Garden."
|Ray with massive leg meat.|
|Ian slurping down a raw oyster.|
|Rob, or should I say "Bob"?|
|Nothing says a good meal like shells,|
bones, and empty bottles.