All posts tagged "Korean Food"

  • Galbi Jjim (Courtesy of Bionicgrrrl via Flickr/Creative Commons)
    Exploring beyond Korean BBQ, part 2: A beginner’s guide

    5 K-foods you must try — from a very Americanized Korean’s perspective   By Brian Han To continue the ongoing list of Korean food recommendations that are indeed not Korean BBQ or bibimbap, here are a few...

    • Posted June 8, 2015
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  • Lee Ae-ran, standing, watches a group of people enjoying North Korean food in Neungna Bapsang in Jongno, Seoul. / Courtesy of Neungna Bapsang
    Chinese tourists not impressed with Korean food

    Visitors did not like grilled fish, naengmyeon (cold buckwheat noodle), gukbap (soup with rice), ssambap (vegetable-wrapped rice), and doenjang jjigae (soybean paste stew). By Kim Rahn Korean food, or hansik, is emerging as a trendy cuisine in many parts of the world, and it...

    • Posted March 20, 2015
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    [DCist] The Best Korean Restaurants In and Around D.C.

       – DCist have a dream. A dream that one day Honey Pig (꿀돼지) will open a 24-hour temple to Korean barbecue within the District’s limits, preferably within spitting distance of our favorite watering hole. Honey Pig,...

    • Posted October 8, 2014
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    [LAist] 10 Favorite Korean Restaurants In L.A.

    For what it’s worth, a city-centric blog LAist  has come up with a pretty good list of not so Americanized and obvious choices of Korean restaurants in Los Angeles. They said, “There is much more to Korean food...

    • Posted October 8, 2014
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    [HOT LINKS] Yahoo’s guide to ordering smarter at Korean restaurants

     Every cuisine has its most famous dishes, every diner her go-to dish. But even your beloved pad Thai/cheese enchiladas/Alaska roll can get a little tired. Break out of that ordering rut with the help of smartypants...

    • Posted June 19, 2014
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    [HOT LINKS] Korea’s Fish Special: A Delicate Mix of Outhouse and Ammonia

      Hallyu of another kind “A Korean Delicacy That Peels the Mouth”  South Korea has a generous list of foods some find hard to swallow, among them boiled silkworm pupae and live baby octopuses,...

    • Posted June 18, 2014
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    Chi’Lantro truck has a Texas-sized hit in Kimchi fries

    Just last month, 6,000 pounds of the vastly popular menu offering were sold This is the second in a series featuring some of today’s most popular Korean food trucks in the U.S. By Jane Han AUSTIN —...

    • Posted April 10, 2014
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