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[HanCinema's Digest] Food Lover's Lane

2015/09/27 | 472 views | Permalink

Food-themed gift sets for Chuseok are hear, what to do will your extra perilla?, Holly details her steps for making Ox Tail Bone Marrow Soup, and My Korean Kitchen makes it easy with a light seaweed and egg omelette snack.

"Food-themed gift sets the star of this Chuseok"

Chuseok is upon us and you know what that means-gift sets! It's customary in Korea to celebrate the harvest season by giving gifts to friends, family, and colleges, and a popular gift set to give includes food. These gift sets range in price and can range from a few thousand won (e.g. spam cans), right up to a 910,000 won premium Korean beef set.


"Korean Perilla Cabbage Pickle (Kkaetnip Yangbaechoo Chojeolim)"

Kimchimari has a simple recipe to make use of all those extra perilla leaves you have lying around. If you love pickles and greens, why not give Jinjoo's perilla cabbage pickle a try: "This Korean pickle is a new dish that I tasted for the first time during my recent stay in Korea and I thought it was really refreshing and different. It is a nice side dish to any kind of Korean meat BBQ (Gui or guee) because the bright acidity will cut through the fat so nicely".


"Ox Tail Bone Marrow Soup, 소꼬리 곰탕"

Holly takes us through the steps for making ox tail bone marrow soup. The dish looks amazing, warm and hearty, and Holly includes some stunning pictures to ensure that your results are worth the toil: "Every winter my mother simmered bone marrow soup for two days saying that there was no better food than bone marrow soup to withstand the harsh winter of my hometown in Korea. She believed that bone marrows have a magical power to strengthen our physical resistance to fight against the cold".


"Rolled Seaweed and Egg Omelette"

I was a little cautious about the seaweed that goes into this one, but Sue may have convinced me to give this eggy snack a try, especially given how quick and easy it is. My Korean Kitchen has beautiful photographs so that we get it right, and there's even a tutorial video to follow, too!


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