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Reviewed Spicy Cucumbers
"I used 6 Kirby cucumbers because they're crunchier. I also did not have kochujang so used a Chinese hot sauce instead. It turned out pretty good! Thanks for sharing this recipe!"
Apr 17, 2012 on Food.com
I'm a self-taught cook who loves to entertain. I have cooked for up to 50 people at my home by myself which took two weeks to prepare. It was a lot of work, but I get my gratification from watching friends & family enjoying themselves!
I try to use fresh ingredients 99% of the time, although I have found a few recipes that are excellent and called for a can or a jar here and there.
I love shopping at farmer's markets and at our local Asian grocery stores. They typically have the freshest produce, best prices and the most unusual ingredients!
I love all kinds of foods and have cooked all different types of ethnic foods. My favorite is probably Chinese, even though I'm not good at cooking Chinese food. I think Chinese food is the most difficult to prepare because you need the "big flame" and a well-seasoned wok. Most homes are just not equipped for that! Plus, there are so many wonderful and inexpensive Chinese restaurants in our Chinatown that it's just easier to go out and get Chinese!