We were incredibly pleased with the Bitch'n Food Swap's success again this year.  We had people come from far and wide to meetup in Seoul and share in the joy of home made foods.

We did change things up this year and bring in an expat who is starting her own catering business instead of doing potluck.  It was a very relaxing choice and we ate until our big bellies might burst.  It was wonderful to share in the flavors of the Philippines and even try a few new things.

Some of The Items this Season:

  • Soju Vanilla
  • Salted Sesame Chocolates
  • Ginger Molasses Cookies
  • Sriracha Salt
  • Granola 
  • Cookies
  • Sauteed Onions (for soups later, a standard favorite)

We are already looking forward to the next event, so start planning your swap items and stay tuned.
Homemade soju vanilla will be up for grabs at the 4th Bitch'n Food Swap
4th Bitch'n Food Swap

When: Saturday, October 24, 2015 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM 
Where: Seoul! 
(We will send you the address since it's in a private residence.)

What Will Happen: Bitch'n Food Swaps are about coming together to share food, stories, friendship and community.  We gather for food and bond over adventures. 

During the event we will eat a meal with our hostess who has some pretty delicious treats lined up. After we have dined and delighted in conversation, we divide up the evenings bounty and head home to cook with all our new treats.

You don't have to arrive right at 2pm.  
Food the shared meal is always served family style so that late comers always feel welcome.

What to Bring: Anything that can be taken home.  In the past there has been bagels, head cheese, jam, taco mix, beer, cookies, tea, hummus, cheese, pizza dough, pasta, etc.   

Once you have signed up we will send you the address for the event.
The hostesses house is centrally located and easy to access from the Subway.
If you think you can make it, please sign up as soon as possible
for meal planning purposes.  

We look forward to seeing everyone and sharing another lively expat table.

A sampling of past contributions

A guest photo of pizza made with the homemade pizza dough that was taken home.