My Korean Kitchen pairs pancakes with kimchi, Netflix's Chef's Table features Korea's top temple cook, check CJ Food World to sample the best of the best under one roof, and Daily NK reveals what food help North Koreans get through the harsh winter months.
"KIMCHI PANCAKES (KIMCHI BUCHIMGAE)"
Get your day off to a savoury start with this "super easy to make and versatile" dish from Sue over at My Korean Kitchen. Yip, that's right, kimchi pancakes! They're quick to make, you can refrigerate them for later, and the go down well with dipping sauce Sue's promise is irresistible...
...READ ON MY KOREAN KITCHEN
"Jeong Kwan shines spotlight on Korean temple cuisine"
Chef's Table is a Netflix original series that showcases well-known chefs from around the world. In this post on The Age, an Australian news outlet, writer Kaleem Aftab reports on the Zen Buddhist monk, Jeong Kwan, "the first chef to be profiled on Chef's Table who does not run a restaurant" (her temple kitchen is 270 km south of Seoul): "Her vegan cuisine came to the world's attention when Buddhist Eric Ripert, the French chef who works at Le Bernardin in New York, visited the temple that is surrounded by plants, trees and land nurturing the vegetable and fruits, herbs and beans, mushrooms and grains that will find their way onto the plates of the visitors to the temple..."
...READ ON THE AGE
"Massive Seoul food court makes for easy sampling"
Kim Gamel put together this short post on Stripes Korea about CJ Food World, where-according to their official site (http://www.cjfoodworld.com/en/story/story.asp)- you can "experience CJ's long history and the present. Meet the various brands of CJ, the company for the culture of your life". Kim has the details of what you need to know, like where to go and even where to find specific foods (e.g. bibimbap, bulgogi and western food) among the nearly 20 restaurants in their "cavernous basement". A visit to CJ Food World will be a special day out if you want to sample of variety dishes in one place...
...READ ON STRIPES KOREA
"Potato rice cakes are a top comfort food during harsh North Korean winters"
Have you ever wondered what counts as "comfort food" in North Korea? In this post on Daily NK, you hear how potato rice cakes help get many through the harsh, seemingly prolonged winter months; "Unfortunately, most North Korean citizens do not have this luxury and must continue working at the markets to scrape together a living. This is why they seek out hot meals as they sit outside in the cold all day..."
...READ ON DAILY NK
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