This dish reminds me of lunches at a narrow store front diner in my college town of Ann Arbor, MI. Steve's Lunch was known for Bi Bim Bop, but the chop chae was my Korean dish of choice. It's satisfying any time--late morning, lunch, late afternoon and late night. Now my son eats it as a lunch or late afternoon snack. It's kid friendly and satisfies adults as well. I add sriracha to mine just for a little spice. —edamame2003
four to six
dried vermicelli sweet potato noodles
julienned acorn squash or kohlrabi (whichever is in season)
I work in the entertainment business, and in my free time, I really enjoy growing my own vegetables, trolling my local farmers markets and trying to re-create yummy dishes I eat at my favorite restaurants. My son is a big influence on how and what I cook. He's my guinea pig and promises to try anything I make once. Luckily the recipes on food52 are bountiful and delicious.