A family of four living in a small house in central Oregon has turned to DIY gifts to celebrate their special day.
The gift that keeps on giving for the Kansans, known as Kansana, is a family that lives by tradition.
For decades, the family has made kimchi noodles for their guests and even cooked dinner together.
But they’ve never made anything for themselves, so this year, they’re hoping for something to add to their kimchis.
The Kansanas have been known to make homemade kimchee for their family members who want to share their meal with their friends.
But since they were unable to purchase ingredients online, they’ve used the traditional ingredients found in Korean homes.
The family said the homemade kimbap they made this year was very close to the original recipe.
Kimbap, a Korean stew made with beef, pork, vegetables, and rice, is traditionally made with pork or beef meat, pork broth, soy sauce, and kimchyang sauce.
But it can also be made with other meats, including chicken, turkey, beef, fish, pork belly, or chicken, chicken, beef and beef stew.