Thanks, Maynard! Bulgogi sounds great and fun to make, too! And I love the fact that you can use ribeye, which is my favorite cut of beef
And it also sounds simple enough to cook at home. I have all the ingredients right now, cept the ribeye. I drink a glass of sake each night with dinner, so I even have that in the house!
Bulgogi would also be a fun dish to make now that we can finally use our grill/BBQ again after the winter darkness. It's finally still light for a couple of hours after we get home from work.
I like Kimlan soy sauce, also. For some reason Kikkoman tastes a bit more bitter to me.
I'll practice up on Bulgogi and surprise Jeff the next time they visit. My grand nephew was disappointed this time because they didn't get to go swimming in the lake, like they do in the summer. The lake water temp is still in the 50s, so we have to wait a while. But that's okay, it will give me time to perfect Bulgogi.