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Bubbas: Dalmaji

Having Friday free, we decided to head up Dalmaji to see the newly bloomed Cherry Blossoms. It was a beautiful day, and brunch was sounding a fantastic idea. We had a recommendation from a friend to try Bubbas, a fantastically situated brunch café perched right atop the hill. According to their menu they have four locations around Busan, including one in Marine City. Valet parking was free for two hours when we went, which was a nice touch.

The first thing that impressed me about Bubbas was the scale of the dining area. Food is ordered at the bar, a compact corner, which leaves the majority of the restaurant free for seating. There’s a wide range of seating options, from stools at breakfast bars to comfortable lounge chairs and sofas. We chose some relaxing seats at the wide open windows, overlooking Dalmaji. As you can see from the photos, the views are impressive. So far, so good.


Over Easy Southwest Salad

Chopped lettuce of choice (I like the crunch of iceberg in this salad)
1 diced Avocado (Pricey in Korea, but worth the splurge for this salad!)
1/2 diced Bell pepper (Your preference on color)
1 diced roma tomato
1/3 C rinsed canned black beans
Salsa/ rotel
1 over easy Fried egg
Salt and pepper

First chop up all your veggies. Toss them together for your single serve salad.
While you fry your egg to runny perfection (season with salt and pepper), warm up those beans in a pan or microwave.
Top your chopped salad with salsa, warm black beans(pintos would work too), and place that beauty of an egg on top. To enjoy, simply cut up the egg and stir into the salad. The yolk and salsa create an amazing dressing and it is a lean protein packed treat to boot! (It makes me think of a southwest version of bibimbap sans the rice.)
Beware. It is addicting!

Breakfast Quesadillas

image courtesy www.lynnskitchenadventures.com

6 eggs
1/2 lb of bacon or sausage, cooked and chopped
1 to 1 1/2 cups cheese
12 tortillas (Costco, Lotte Mart, nicedeli.com)
Salsa for serving

1. Whisk eggs with 4 tablespoons of water/milk and cook in a pan, pushing the eggs around, and scrambling them.
2. Divide the cooked eggs between six of the tortillas.
3. Sprinkle the meat and cheese evenly over the eggs.

10 Ways to Eat Ramen for Dinner


image courtesy babble.com

1. Veggie Ramen (pictured above) . Toss a tablespoon of butter into a skillet. Add 2 tablespoons each of thinly-sliced carrots, frozen green beans, frozen white corn, and edamame. Cook just until softened. Add a packet of Pork Ramen, 2 cups of water, and cook until the noodles are cooked through, about 6 minutes. Add seasoning packet. Serve and enjoy.

Breakfast Burritos with Chorizo



3/4-1 cup cooked chorizo sausage (1 link)
8 (6 inch) tortillas or 4 costco size cut in halves
6 eggs
1/4 cup milk
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup shredded cheese
1 dash hot pepper sauce (e.g. Tabasco™), or to taste
1/2 cup salsa

Directions
1.Crumble the sausage into a skillet over medium-high heat. Cook and stir until evenly brown. Set aside.

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