Street Food Thursdays!
Street Food has finally hit the newly emerging food scene of Berlin and my tastebuds couldn’t be happier!
You can find Fräulein Kimchi my korean tacos and kimchi fried rice along with other delectable goodies from other fantastic vendors every Thursday at the Markthalle 9.
It’s clear. I’m not very good at keeping up to date with my webpage, but I am writing a lot of very interesting contribution in my head. Needless to say, this past year has been huge for the Fräulein with a lot of good things cooking up, from my new stand at the Markthalle 9 for Street Food Thursdays and a kimchi ordering service and… stay tuned for more!
I’m cooking up a business lunch on Friday, Sept 28 as part of the KitchenSurfing Chef fair. Tickets can be purchased by clicking on this link – Kitchensurfing Chef Fair.
Plus there are a lot of other great culinary events happening in Berlin with fantastic chefs! Hope to see you there.
The time has come for Berlin to taste the awesome delights of Korean taco night. July 21-22 at Chaparro in Kreuzberg! Wienerstr. 14a.
Howdy Berliners- My next cooking class at Goldhahn and Sampson will be March 21. Featuring Fräulein Kimchi’s (soon to be famous Korean tacos- Berlin style. Fusion cooking is my favorite way to teach and eat, and I’ve lived in some amazing foodies cities that have influenced my palate in delicious ways.
March 21, 2012, 19h-til the last taco is eaten, Goldhahn & Sampson- Dunckerstraße 9, Berlin
Go to this link to sign up directly from Goldhahn & Sampson:
and sign up for my Facebook Page to get invited to all Fräulein Kimchi Kocht events.
this was created for me by one talented lady…Lily Lin – http://www.itwasaloveaffair.com. Living in Berlin can be so great! Such a great mixed up pot of creative individuals.
So you’ve eaten some kimchi, and you even liked it. You’re one step away from being a true honorary Korean. Now you need to learn how to make your own delicious kimchi and few other goodies too. I’ll be teaching my next class on October 21 at Goldhahn & Sampson.
On the menu: Bulgogi- thinly sliced beef with a sweet soy marinade, Fräulein Kimchi’s spicy chicken wings, Dukgook-rice cake soup, Hobak Chon- zucchini pancakes with a sesame, scallion dipping sauce, a variety of teas and banchans to sample and of course home-made KIMCHI! Bring an empty jar or two to take home your expertly made kimchi.
To book the class please go directly to Goldhan & Sampson’s website.
and to make the fräulein really happy, please come wearing your dirndl and lederhosen!
link for the class: