here are the recipe's that they posted. Yum and thanks for sharing.
Mighty’s Bi Bim Bap
This is my current obsession. I was wanting to eat out a lot so that I could get this dish. It’s Korean, so I can’t really claim it, but this is what I realized I could make on hand at my house. I went to the Korean market to get the kolchugang sauce, but I think it can be found pretty easily. And if you don't like hot sauce anyway, you don't need it. I think it adds good flavor, though.
½ lb Teriyaki sliced beef (or other thin-sliced meat--sukiyaki or shabu shabu style)
½ C Bulgogi marinade
OR-- if none is available--
Soy sauce, sugar, apple/pear/or other sweet fruit juice, sesame oil, garlic
1 carrot cut into matchsticks
½ zucchini cut into matchsticks
½ cucumber cut into matchsticks
Kolchugang sauce to taste (Korean red hot sauce--this is optional, but gives it a good texture and flavor)
Hot white rice
1. Marinate meat for about 1-2 hours beforehand
2. Cut meat up into small pieces and fry in a pan quickly (so that the meat cooks fast without losing a lot of water).
3. Saute carrot and zucchini in a little sesame oil-- add sesame seeds during the last minute. Season with a little salt. Cook until just barely done.
4. Fry eggs, leave yolks uncooked.
5. Put rice in bowls for serving
6. Arrange carrot/zucchini/sesame seed mix on 1/3 of the top, 1/3 beef pieces, 1/3 cucumber. Place egg on top. Put desired amount of hot sauce and stir the whole mixture together before eating.
*You can also put in some cooked, chopped up spinach or other vegetables.
*if you have Korean seaweed, cut into strips and add on top
Just prepare a regular white cake mix from a box. The ones that say extra pudding in the mix or extra moist of course are the yummiest.
Then crush up some oreo cookies in a bag and then mix them in the cake mix. Bake as directed on box.
Frost with homemade butter cream frosting or heck, even the stuff in the jar at the supper market is good stuff.
Decorate top with cookies!
Enjoy! Simple, Fun, and of course very tasty. Great for kids birthday parties!
Cilantro Lime Dressing and Pulled Pork
(I shared this before but Kristen explains it in much simpler ways.)
This is sooooo yummy!
Throw a pork butt (yes, I said pork butt, rump roast, whatever here in
Cafe Rio Cilantro Lime Dressing
1 1/3 cups sour cream
3/4 cup mayo
1 bunch of cilantro (I put stems in also)
1 pkg ranch dressing mix (dry)
4 tbsp salsa verde (green salsa)
2 cloves of garlic
1/8 tsp. Tabasco sauce
juice of one lime (I also add the zest of that lime)
Mix together in blender and that's it!
Eat with the pork on a salad or taco style on a tortilla, it's sooooooo yummy!