Ahjunma: Korean for "Housewife"
No, you don't have to be Korean, married, divorced, in a relationship, of certain age, or a parent to be considered as an Ahjunma (for men: Ahjucee). I say, Ahjunmahood is an attitude and a mind set to live by: Learning to let go of the things that are beyond your control (I know, this is super hard to do!), showing yourself compassion (even when it is just easier to be hard on yourself), and more importantly, not worrying about what others think of you and living life to find moments of laughter with friends and family.
So lets cook, laugh, and commiserate together!
1.5 Generation Korean-American
Native New Yorker living in San Francisco
MOM of 3 boys
MARRIED to a dude from Philly
COME from a family of Korean chefs and restaurateurs
ALWAYS wishing I had more time
FIGHTING the good fight every month coloring my greys
LEARNING to embrace my ahjunmahood 1 wrinkle at a time
COCKTAIL & giggle time with girlfriends..a MUST for survival!
HEART Korean cuisines (comfort foods to fresh fish fillets)
VORACIOUS appetite for all yummy foods
PURE joy making yummy food, minus the fuss
WISH to share the JOY and FUN of making yummy food w YOU
K-POP diva Ailee super fan (homegirl from Jersey!)
FASHION muses: Cate Blanchett, Keri Russell & the one and only Kate Moss.
DREAM vacay: Wknd trip w NPH (yes, Neil Patrick Harris)
and my muse Andy Cohen. NPH & Andy, call me...:-)
DARLING Count Olaf, Forget Esme! Call me...😉😘😎
Would love to hear from you!
Recipe requests, comments or questions.