Posted by Skimkim It's that time of the year again. It's HOT here in NYC and we Koreans (and half Koreans) find relief in Oi Kimchi, or cucumber. When the temperature starts rising, Koreans get to fermenting cucumbers. I'm telling you, it's like our gazpacho, except spicier. For those of you...

Aaaaaaand, BIG NEWS, for all you West Coast Honeys: NATIONWIDE DELIVERY! Yes, for a $25 flat fee, you can finally get your paws on some Skimkim. And finally, we're getting the recognition we've worked so hard for– Tasting Table ran a National Feature on us yesterday!!! WHAT?! Huge. In...

Posted by Skimkim Today, after hitting the streets with samples for new accounts, I stopped by a bagel shop for my breakfast (it was 3pm, hadn't eaten all day). I was starving and so happy to finally sit down at home and eat a sandwich. Toasted everything bagel w/ turkey, tomato & avocado....

Posted by Skimkim Maybe I'm showing my age too much, but, oh well. When I think of root beer floats, I think of diners or old school soda fountains. Thus, THE PEACH PIT. Yeah, I said it. The rest of you thirty-somethings did, too. I don't know if they ever sat around talking about teenage...

Mediterranean Quinoa Salad, one of my favorite quick and healthy recipes! I whipped this Mediterranean Quinoa Salad recipe up for Lucky Guy on Monday Night, along with a low-carb Turkey Meatloaf that made for a great dinner in front of Monday Night Football (we're both rabid football...

They look at you cross-eyed, or at least, you THINK they do. Even though I am half Korean, I STILL get this when I walk into Korean restaurants. This past Saturday, I went to my favorite Korean-chinese resto here in NYC... ACT ONE Scene One Sam: (Oh Lord, heeeeeere we go.) Two...

Posted by Skimkim With these sweltering days, we need SOMEthing to cool us down. In my neighborhood of Sunset Park, Brooklyn, a predominately Mexican and Chinese area (with spatterings of Dominicans and Puerto Ricans, and one half Korean-Scotch Irish Woman), horchata is on every corner. A...

Since we're going back to basics, I wanted to share a recipe that would build on the techniques that I shared in my last post, so this quinoa salad uses my Basic Balsamic Vinaigrette as a dressing. If you haven't made it yet, hopefully this salad will inspire you to give it a try. What I...

Shoot, I even make a kiwi salad dressing (Asian Green Goddess) for Skimkim Foods. Ok, enough of my ranting. If you find some of these, GET THEM. I'd give you some recipe ideas but really, they wouldn't last the time it would take to prep anything. Just pop 'em. Trust. Note: Pick up the...

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