Marinated Korean BBQ, or galbi, is one of the most beloved Korean foods in the world.
Whether you’re new to Korean food or not, this sweet and succulent meat will win your heart over.
Growing up, I was told that the only way to make money was to go to college and get a job.
Today, we all know that’s not true.
Thanks to the Internet and our smartphones, there’s plenty of ways that we can start making money today, even without a degree.
From driving Uber to walking dogs to selling your friendship (no really. It’s true), there’s a job out there just for anybody.
With that said, here are 84 different ways that you can start making money right now.
I’ve went ahead and organized each by category. You can browse through all of them or just simply jump to the section that interests you the most. …
In the summer of 2016, I was left with a staggering $70,000 debt in my hands. So, I did what every 20-something year old with that kind of debt would do: I crawled under my blanket and wept.
I was stuck with this debt for almost two years. Every time I tried paying it back, the interest rate would eat up my payment until I was back to square one. This was a vicious cycle that left me emotionally paralyzed and depressed for months.
Then one day, I decided that enough was enough. I figured that there had to be a better way to pay back my debt, even if I didn’t have cash in hand. So I decided to read up on personal finance books and learn how to better tackle my problems. …
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If your first language is English and you live in an English-speaking country, you can make a cool $2,000 a month just by teaching English online for 2 hours every day.
In countries like China and Vietnam, parents are paying top dollars to educate their children in the English language. The best part is that you don’t need to have an education degree or even majored in English to start teaching. The only requirement is that you are 1) fluent in English 2) hold a bachelor degree from an accredited English-speaking university. …
If the weather outside is frightful, look no further than a warm bowl of Korean kimchi dumpling soup. It’s super satisfying thanks to juicy and spicy kimchi-pork filled dumplings and garnishes of thinly-cut eggs and roasted sesame seeds, and it can be must be loaded with sirloin meat and splashes of sesame oil. The kimchi gives it a nice punch of spicy flavors, and the beef and pork a satisfying savory taste. It’s simple, easy to make, and oh-so addictive.
My mom swears by the magical elements of this soup–that it can heal your ailments and lift your spirit (at least that’s what I believed after having eaten it through all the fevers and head cold as a kid). Aside from being a miracle medicine, I am convinced that it’s healthy and good for the body, and the soul, and for people who love the simple things in life. …
Want a taste of heaven? Then try this Korean beef curry.
This isn’t just a regular Korean curry- It has a smooth, silky creaminess and a spicy flavor all in one bite. Okay, so it sounds like regular Korean curry. But I also add in a secret ingredient that takes this curry to the stratospheres. Read on if you want to learn more.
My version of Korean beef curry is chock full of savory flavors that’ll make your heart beat fast every time you head over to your fridge and find leftovers (assuming that it’s still there and your family didn’t sneak some during the middle of the night). …
Jjimdak has been on my to-make list for some time now, so I’m really excited to share this recipe with you!
Jjimdak is a braised chicken dish that’s made by slowly simmering chicken in soy sauce, vegetables, and other nutritious ingredients. I love this dish as it’s super savory and garlicky at the same time.
I learned about this dish after taking a trip to the ancient Korean city of Andong where Jjimdak was first created. According to the town’s folklore, jjimdak was created in the 80s as a response to the rapidly growing fried chicken franchises that were springing up in the city and around the country. As such, jjimdak was marketed as an alternative to fried chicken and focused on ingredients that were wholesome and healthy, not to mention traditional. Today, jjimdak is enjoyed for its energy-boosting ingredients and delicious taste. …
For this recipe, I’m going to teach you how to make Rose tteokbokki, or Korean rice cakes, with beef brisket. It’s similar to the classic tteokbokki dish, but with a little twist.
Rose tteokbokki follows the exact same recipe as tteokbokki with the addition of heavy cream and milk. The resulting pink color is what gives it the name “Rose.”
For this recipe, I added a couple of my own ingredients, such as marinara sauce, beef briskets, quail eggs, and perilla leaves. …
**Before making Galbitang, make sure to soak the beef short ribs in cold water for at least 12 hours. Otherwise, the beef will taste gamey. This will also help draw out the blood from the meat.**
Now that the weather is getting colder, there’s nothing like a nice bowl of Galbitang to warm up your soul.
Galbitang, or Beef Short Rib Soup, is a popular type of Korean soup. It’s made by slow-cooking beef short ribs and other ingredients such as ginger, onions, garlic, radish, and green onion. …
Galbi jjim, or Korean braised short ribs, is a Korean dish that’s made by braising ribs in a mix of soy sauce and other ingredients. It’s super delicious and extremely nutritious. It’s commonly eaten during special occasions or for holidays.