I recently watched the movie Chef and loved it. This is the first movie I think where the term, “food blogger” has been used. Am I right or am I forgetting another movie? Anyway, in Chef, the food blogger is also a food critic and has a huge following on Twitter. . anyway, I loved the movie so much for so many reasons.
(If you haven’t seen the movie, don’t read the next paragraph. I don’t want to upset anyone by giving away something.)
The cooking scenes. Damn. I want Chef Carl Casper to make me a grilled cheese sandwich. OH MY GAWD. The father/son relationship, the road trip home in the food truck. The stop in New Orleans. The video clip his son makes for him. The relationship he has with his cooking staff.
And most of all, I loved Chef Carl’s passion. His desire to make good food. His desire to be creative, inventive, different and brave.
I might post some weird looking things on my blog. Foods you might never want to eat. . but what I hope I do is bring a little creativity. . a little adventure. . a little Korean-ness.
These are like the BEST deviled eggs I’ve ever had. Ever. I seriously could have eaten 10 of these. So good. Three very unique Korean ingredients bring this recipe to life. So, you’ve got to head on over to The Kitchn for this recipe to find out what they are! And if this is something you’d try or like or think is awesome, please leave me a comment. . either here or at my post on The Kitchn.
Thanks. . I hope you enjoy!