Homemade bibimbap

I love Korean food, and even something as simple as bibimbap is so satisfying.  I can almost never go past it at Korean restaurants, so we tried making it at home for funsies.

Mark bought some ready-marinated bulgogi from the Korean butcher near his work, which he barbequed up and we served it up over cooked sushi rice.  We had a spread of pickled grated cucumber, bean sprouts cooked with sesame oil, wilted spinach, pickled grated carrot, raw eggs, and a generous helping of gochujang.

Simple, delicious, and very nutritious!

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