The Eat Your Kimchi crew get some spicy payback, what is "Sambok"?, 10 Korean dishes to enjoy this summer, and a delicious chicken noodle soup recipe from Korean Bapsang.
"Death Spicy Korean Galbi"
Who said revenge is a dish best served cold? In this post, bloggers Simon and Martina find the spiciest galbi in town and drag Josh and Ollie for some hot and spicy payback. I'd pass.
…READ ON EAT YOUR KIMCHI: http://www.eatyourkimchi.com/death-spicy-korean-galbi/
"Learn about Sambok and Beat Korea's Summer Heat"
This entry from Visit Korea is all about "Sambok": three consecutive days of downtime where, traditional, the sun was too hot to farm, and is now celebrated by eating a variety of 'rejuvenating' dishes.
…READ ON VISIT KOREA: http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/SI/SI_EN_3_6.jsp?cid=584148
"Top 10 Korean dishes to eat in the summer"
This is from last summer from The Korea Blog, and contains a list of some seasonal dishes and local favourites to beat the heat from the inside out. Beer and chicken (Chi-maek), to be fair, are year-round pleasures.
…READ ON THE KOREA BLOG: http://blog.korea.net/?p=21503
"Dak Kalguksu (Chicken Noodle Soup)"
It seems strange that when it's hot outside, many Koreans willingly choose to ingest hot (often boiling) spicy food. In this post, Hyosun Ro shares her recipe for a delicious looking, and of course homemade, Dak Kalguksu. Hot, wholesome and yummy; well worth a little sweat.
…READ ON KOREAN BAPSANG: http://www.koreanbapsang.com/2015/06/dak-kalguksu-chicken-noodle-soup.html
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