Online Butcher Shop ~ www.bluecowbutcher.com & Yen Can Cook: Korean Beef Radish Soup

Real fresh food for real fresh people.

That’s the tagline adopted by Blue Cow Butcher, the online extension of Blue Cow Cafe and Deli. It seems like real fresh food are the the buzzwords these few days due to the negative publicity  that currently engulfs a famous sandwich chain (hint: link here).

Thanks to innovation and technology, it is now possible to get fresh meat with just few click of your mouse. A boon for working mom like me who wants my family to be real fresh people by consuming real fresh food :).

Create an account at http://bluecowbutcher.com/ and start your shopping.

 

Freshest meat and meat products delivered to your doorstep and the delivery date and time can be scheduled according to your availability.

 

Blue Cow Butcher offers fresh meat in various cut and parts as well as sausages, meat patties, meat balls, kebab, ham and bacon. There are also some ‘Heat n’ Eat’ items such as pork ribs in different marinade, pies and pasties.

 

Choose your meat then click ‘MORE’

 

Choose the quantity you need and you may want to check out the recipe video to get inspiration how to cook your meat.

 

You may continue shopping or proceed to checkout.

 

Check your order summary and proceed to next step.

 

Choose either delivery or own store pick up in their store at Plaza Damas, Sri Hartamas. Select the date and time for your delivery, don’t forget to tick the Terms of Service. 🙂

 

The last step is select your payment method then sit back and wait for your fresh meat delivery at home.

Blue Cow Butcher currently delivers to KLCC, Ampang, Beverly Heights, Bangsar, Mont Kiara, Sri Hartamas, Damansara Heights, Desa Parkcity, Valencia, Sierramas. If your area is not in the list, you can check by entering your postal code in Delivery Schedule and they will let you know the estimate delivery date.
 

The delivery guy arrived at my place according to the date and time slot I’ve selected.

 

All the meat are packed in chiller bag for delivery to ensure the freshness of the meat is retained.

 

All the products are nicely packed and labeled.

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Yen Can Cook: Korean Beef Radish Soup (Soegogi Muguk)

What’s better than come home to a warming bowlful of homemade soup on a raining evening? But it is a challenge for working woman like myself of juggling hectic work schedules and family dinners. So easy and quick recipe like this one that I’m going to share definitely a rescuer!

Ingredients (serves 2-3)

200g beef, cut into bite size pieces

250g white radish, skin peeled and cut into cubes

3 scallions, cut into 3 inch length (can substitute with leek)

1 tablespoon soy sauce

A pinch of black pepper

salt to taste

7 cups water

Marinade

1 tablespoon soy sauce

1 teaspoon of sesame oil

A pinch of pepper

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Step 1: Marinate the beef pieces with the marinade for 30 minutes.

Step 2: In a medium pot, sauté the beef until all the pieces turn brown. Pour in 7 cups of water and bring it to a boil. Skim off the foam

Step 3: Add in white radish cubes and reduce the heat to medium. Boil until the radish turns translucent and soft.

Step 4: Add in scallions, soy sauce and black pepper, boil for another 5 minutes.

Step 5: Salt to taste and serve.

 

Verdict: Food is an important part of our life and coming home to a table of wonderful dishes cooked by mom/wife is what the family looks forward to. However, how does the lady juggle the home, kids and deadlines at the work place?

A little planning is the secret to being a superwoman. For example plan your menu for each day in advance. I do my grocery shopping every Sunday and get all the meats, vegetables, fruits and other ingredients that I’ve plan to cook for the whole week. If your hectic schedule not allow you to do shopping at the store, online purchase and delivery service like Blue Cow Butcher certainly can give you a helping hand.

The best way to manage both the home and the cooking delights is by being a smart cook and then you are sure to win the “Superwoman” title with ease.

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