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...

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....

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...

Posted by Skimkim If you follow me on Twitter (@skimkim), you would have seen that I've been going crazy making quinoa salads recently. The other night, I made a Greek version along with a huge vat of vegan lentil soup. Sooooo delicious. Oh, and HEALTHY. Quinoa is considered a whole grain...

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...

Shop:THREADBEAT Why We Love It: There has always been something about summer that feels old-timey. The heat makes me want to don a retro dress and a big hat before heading out to pick some berries, make some lemonade, skip stones off the dock, ride a bike, have a root beer float and finish...

Posted by Marla SOMETHING I ATE is a collaborative food + art project between Sam Kim of Skimkim Foods and Kat Popiel of On Plate, Still Hungry. Creative minds converge for this event with food being the principle medium. Presented at Rouge58 Gallery in Williamsburg, artists will document...

If cocktail-making was an Olympic sport, the Pimm's Orange Soda Float would win tens across the board in the categories of simplicity, creativity, deliciousness, and presentation. It's easy to fall back on summer drink classics such as the root beer float, but with nearly the same amount of...

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Cupcakes Make moist, frosted cupcakes infused with root beer-and-vanilla taste. Pie This recipe wonderfully captures the creamy perfection of an ice cream-based float. Popsicles Frosty and cool ice pops, with less than three ingredients, take float flavor to the next...

 

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