We went to the Asian food market last weekend outside of DC, and it was so much fun. We just ran around buying everything that we could think of things to do with, and a lot of things that we had no idea what we were going to do with.
With a gallon of kimchi at our disposal, we found this recipe that combined the fresh pork chops we'd gotten at the farmer's market last week, with the copious amounts of kimchi we now have. It was awesome. Definitely recommend making this if you are at the very least a bit intrigued. Kimchi and white wine sauce were made for each other.
On the side, we made a salad with the shirataki noodles we'd also purchased. Shirataki noodles are made from yam thread and taste like regular, normal pasta, but have only 20 calories per serving because they're basically just protein and fiber. I chopped up steamed snow peas and mushrooms, raw beets, carrots, and sprouts and then made this sauce to pour on top. So yummy, and so so healthy.
I would love to know if you have any exciting recipes or ideas of what else you can do with kimchi!