Honghap is the Korean word for "Mussels". In Korea, mussels are made into soups together with other ingredients and porridge (Honghapjuk), or simply braised (Honghapcho) I love mussels, it is one of my favorite seafoods. In the Philippines, we just saute mussels in their shells in garlic, onion and ginger and as simple as it is, it always turned out so good. In Germany, I have a favorite restaurant serving mussels during "Mussel Season". On my 50th birthday, I was lucky enough to be able to eat mussels. In this restaurant they cooked mussels with white wine, something different from how we cook it in my country. I miss my country and so its simple but delicious food, including "Tahong" (mussel)

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