knapplc wrote:....the hell? What's this retirement stuff all about?
Bugger. I hate change.
So, because I'm so fond of new things, I had kimchi for the first time ever last night (no homo, you freaks, stop with your FIFY crap).
It was too spicy. I thought kimchi was supposed to be pickled rotted nasty heinous cabbage - no? Instead I got a gullet full of fire and a raging case of heartburn. I think KC owes me a refund for the free sample I had at Panda Garden last night.
Anyway. Congrats, I guess. Jerk. Made me eat nasty spoiled cabbage and stuff.
Panda Garden doesn't sound Korean to me, knap.
Toronto is full of places claiming to be Korean, but are Chinese owed and their kimchi is usually pretty bad. On the same token, most Japanese restaurants are Korean owned. I never complain about those, however.
First time I had kimchi was about 10 years ago and I remember it was spicy at first. I eat spicy food almost everyday now, so I never think about kimchi being spicy anymore. Speaking of spicy, I had some Szechuan food yesterday and it was awesome. Very spicy, but awesome.