Saturday, 19 October 2013

What We Eat When We Don't Eat Out

Eating out in Korea is fairly cheap, and in some cases definitely cheaper than buying groceries. It tends to be healthier than a lot of restaurants at home too. Nonetheless, we still enjoy eating from the comfort of couch.

Here's a look at the types of meals we've enjoyed thus far

  • Ham and Onion Omelets with Fried Potatoes
  • Ham Omelets with Cereal
  • Ham and Cheese sandwiches (the bread is thicker and almost stale, the cheese is uber processed and the ham is not the best quality)
  • PBJs
  • Cereal with Bananas or Apples
  • Sausages and Fried Potatoes
  • Ramen (spicy, beef)
Coming up on the menu...

Precooked Spaghetti
Sausages and Mashed Potatoes
Ham and Onion Omelets with Cereal and Fruit

Notice a theme? Yeah, its eggs and potatoes.

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