Thursday Three – Blog, blog, blog

Well hello there! Here are three random musings for this week…

1 – Bloggers without Borders

I met Maggy Keet, CEO of Bloggers without Borders (BWOB) at a food blog conference, Big Summer Potluck, a couple of years ago. She is part of an amazing group of people at BWOB doing amazing work to raise awareness and money for food-related nonprofits. And not just any ol’ nonprofit, but those that “address the injustices of our food system”. As a blogger, our reach is far and wide and collectively, we are certainly an active community, on and offline. BWOB is currently partnered with WhyHunger through January. How can you help? You can join in on their Twitter parties and chats, and can also help raise money with an online/offline Holiday Cookie Swap Fundraiser from December 1-9. I don’t have much of a sweet tooth, but is anyone interested in hosting a cookie swap with me?

2 – Comfort Food for #SundaySupper

Speaking of an active online community, I gotta give my #SundaySupper crew a shout-out. Each of us is featuring our favorite comfort food recipe and the host, Isabel of Family Foodie, has invited a special guest this week. She is Lee Woodruff. Who is she, you ask? She is a journalist with CBS This Morning and is also a New York Times bestselling author. You can learn more about her on her website. She’s been following #SundaySupper for a while now and will be joining us this Sunday for our live chat! It’s a great opportunity to connect with her and get to know her. Join us on Twitter at 7 p.m. EDT with our #SundaySupper hashtag!

#SundaySupper will be featuring over 65 comfort food recipes. See what everyone is bringing to the table!

Here’s a sneak peek at what I’m serving up…

3 – Architecture quote by Norman Foster

Heeding to the architect and designer in me…I love this quote by one of my favorite architects.


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  • SandraSECooking

    Great post! Is that Kalbi tang? Looks soo delicious..cant wait to see the recipe!

    • kimchi_mom

      Yes, it’s kalbi tang! Simple, but satisfying!

  • Isabel Foodie

    I am so glad you are such a big part of #SundaySupper! Love all your recipes and it wouldn’t be the same without you. I love Maggy too. She really is the best.

    • kimchi_mom

      Thanks Isabel! It means so much coming from you! I’ve been having so much fun with this group…so happy to be part of this movement! Really looking forward to this Sunday.

  • Ann Mah

    Your Sunday supper looks glorious! A bit like a Korean pot au feu, perhaps? I look forward to reading all about it.

    • kimchi_mom

      I think it’s much simpler than pot au feu. It’s just beef and radish and more like a soup. And as always, thanks for stopping by Ann!

  • Alice Choi

    Amy, your kalbi tang looks amazing! What are the details on co-hosting a cookie swap? I’d be interested but want to know more. . I love your Thursday three posts!

    • kimchi_mom

      HI Alice – It would be fun to do an online cookie swap or bake sale. I sent Maggy an email to see if it’s possible. I was also thinking that we could maybe incorporate it into #SundaySupper, but maybe that would be a conflict of interest if exchange of $$ was involved. I’ll let you know what I hear from Maggy.