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South Korea

A bed of hot, fluffy white rice. A colorful array of vegetables. Seasoned beef and a dollop of gochujang (chili paste on the side). Bibimbap is a quintessential Korean dish, and the options for what makes its way into the bowl are seemingly limitless. The origins of this dish’s name come from written Chinese characters ‘goldong’ meaning ‘to mix’, just as ‘bibim’ does in Korean, while ‘bap’ means rice. This dish is delicious! Lots of Vegetables! Our six-year-old loved it!

You can make it yummier and more authentic by adding a fried egg on top before eating the dish. Gluten-free and soy-free options will not have the gochujang paste.

Ingredients: Beef strips, Sushi rice, green apple, garlic, ginger, tamari, honey, sesame oil, sesame seeds, carrots, zucchini, spinach, mushrooms, rice vinegar, white sugar, sesame, gochujang, mirin, salt, and canola oil.




South Korea

Yassa Poulet


Yassa Poulet hails from Senegal’s Casamance region, which runs along the Gambia River in the south of Senegal, but draws many culinary influences from the French who occupied Senegal from 1659 until as recently as 1960. Chicken is marinated in a thick, lemony onion sauce and served with a side of steamed white rice. The soft heap of brown-colored onions reminds me of French onion soup, while the stew resembles coq au vin. But the flavors—most prominently the piquant tang the lemon brings—are unique to Senegal. This dish will be served with rice and a side vegetable of cabbage, carrots, garlic, and peanuts (please leave a note if you don't want peanuts).

Ingredients: Chicken thighs, onions, garlic, ginger, lemon juice, chicken stock, red wine vinegar, dijon mustard, habanero pepper, green olives, bay leaves, parsley, cabbage, carrots, peanuts, canola oil.

Yassa Poulet

Yassa Poulet


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"I started Khipi out of my kitchen because I have an insatiable appetite for diverse, fresh homecooked meals and the lethargy of not wanting to cook and clean."

-Brinda Sen, Founder

Opening a whole world of food

Food is everything we are. It's an extension of nationalist feeling, ethnic feeling, your personal history, your province, your region, your tribe, your grandma. It's inseparable from those from the get-go.”

- Anthony Bourdain

I live by this philosophy and love learning about people and cultures through food. I bring this spirit and philosophy to Khipi and look forward to building a community that loves to eat, learn, cook, be fed, and create food memories.

People often ask me what Khipi means. Khipi isn't an English fact it isn't even a real word. It is how my son would say "I'm hungry" when he was a year old. He was trying to say “khidey paychey” which means “I’m hungry” in my native language (Bengali). In many ways he inspired me to start this venture, he gave me the perspective to understand how invaluable it is for caregivers to provide cooked meals. This is an homage to my beloved Kabir and all caregivers who put so much soul to put fresh food on the table.

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