One of the advantages of being friends with a world class chef is you never know what will come out their kitchen next. When you become best friends with a chef, they even start to share recipes and tips to make you a better cook. Did you see what I did there? Chefs go to school to learn their craft, cooks learn there trade over a hot fire. I am a master cook, but I am not a chef. This week I want to share with you all Venison Bibimbap from Chef Bri. Talk about simple and YUM.
Here is an excerpt from here dish… Bibimbap, a Korean dish, holds fond memories for my husband and I. One year ago we finally adopted our daughter from South Korea. It was almost 4 years in the making and extremely difficult (but I still encourage everyone to expand their family through adoption). My husband and I would go out to Korean restaurants during the process and always order Bibimbap. There is something so comforting yet exotic about this dish. Maybe its the Gochujang sauce, the warm runny yolk or the krispy rice around the bowl. I’m not really sure, but I am sure that you will love this recipe as much as I do.
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