a season lacking in narrative the rather cold end of autumn I started preparing for the winter. I take out a pair of sleeping socks that cover my feet. I always make fruit syrup at this time of year. The process of cutting fruit, maturing, and making warm tea is how I prepare for winter instead of making kimchi. Remove all the lemon seeds. Spread sugar in a pre-heated sterilized jar and stack a lemon and a spoonful of sugar alternately. Cover top with sugar and it’s done. Let it ripen for about a day and then refrigerate it. Next, make strawberry syrup It’s delicious if you mix it with milk to make strawberry milk or put it in yogurt. Mix strawberries and sugar in a 1:1 ratio and put them in a sterilized bottle. Ferment with lemonade. I don’t keep a heavy winter quilt aside, but use a suitable thick blanket throughout the four seasons. Instead, I put a soft blanket on my bed in winter. (The downside is that I can’t get up in the morning because it’s warm.) The little lap blanket stick with me all winter. The warm bed is ready. Chestnut milk jam I bought at Marche Market last time was delicious, so I decided to make it at home this time. Add enough water to cover chestnuts and when it starts to boil, cover and boil for 20 minutes. Boiled chestnuts are immediately put in cold water to cool off and cut in half to dig in. Digging the Chestnut, which is somehow healing. (The amount doesn’t increase because I kept eating while digging.) If you have a blender, you can grind it with milk, but I put it right away because it tastes like chewing. Add the chestnuts and milk at a ratio of 1:1.5 add half the sugar of the Chestnut when it boils up. Boil it down while stirring. The house is full of savory Chestnut and milk. Put the boiled jam in the bottle. a good three-shot a late-night snack time under the pretext of a Chestnut Jam tasting It was Minumsa’s online Family Day, I ordered books to watch while eating tangerines in the blanket during the winter. Chestnut milk jam is really delicious… I’ll show you the selected books unboxing when they’re delivered. And my hobby is coming back around this time of year. The old word for winter has a root of the word ‘home’ in Korean. So winter is the ‘home’ time. Time to cover up a blanket and listen to a story. The season when the night is long, the children become good and the story is short. The time when stories from old times change and become attached. It’s the name of those days. A name to forget, Kim Ae ran.