Don’t you love last-minute, get-up and go kinda plans? They are the absolute best.
No thinking, no fuss, no digging into details – everyone just appears and have fun. That’s how my in-laws roll, or how I successfully roll with my in-laws when it comes to family events. The more we plan ahead, the more little/big things come up but when it’s spontaneous and let’s just play by ear – gathering up gets easy.
Last weekend, we were supposed to have a birthday breakfast for Herina at Coffee Bean but honestly, we’ve had enough of overpriced (fake-like) eggs and measly salads so the husband and I went out for a bit of midnight shopping for groceries. Woke up a lil bit early to chop vegetables and let some meat swim and soak in yummy, fruity Korean BBQ marinade and then ta-da – we surprised the family with a Korean-inspired lunch!
His mother said that I shouldn’t have had to cook up such a feast to which I exclaimed, “The best thing about Korean BBQs is that you do all the cooking!”
Like papa, like son
Mama who was in charge of veggies
The Teppanyaki Brothers
Enokis, eggs and egg tofus are a must!
Papa belted out a song, random!