Pine Mushroom gills…’.Lactarius deliciosus’ Kuitpo series
I’ve found that while braising these guys in olive oil and butter, a splash of white vino gives a dash of needed acidity. hop ON that toast. ‘Deliciosus’
well i’ve looked up for a lil background of her hanbok. but it isn’t on hundred percent sure.
Hwal-Ot (Hangul: 활옷) was the full dress for a princess and the daughter of a king by a concubine, formal dress for the upper class, and bridal wear for ordinary women during the Goryeo and Joseon dynasties. Popular embroidered patterns on Hwal-Ot were lotuses, phoenixes, butterflies, and the ten traditional symbols of longevity: the sun; mountains; water; clouds; rocks/stone; pine trees; the mushroom of immortality; turtles; white cranes, and deer. Each pattern represented a different role within society, for example: a dragon represented an emperor a phoenix represented a queen; floral patterns represented a princess and a king’s daughter by a concubine, and clouds and cranes represented high ranking court officials.
A woman also wore her hair in a bun, with an ornamental hairpin and a ceremonial coronet. A long ribbon was attached to the ornamental hairpin, the hairpin is known as Yongzam.