Asian Food and Cookery

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If you want to cook some fantastic Korean recipes then The Korean Table: From Barbecue to BibimbapKorean Table by Debra Samuels is the book for you. Even if you are a complete novice, this book is so easy to follow that you’ll soon be cooking Korean food like a native. Actually, the recipes have been slightly Westernised to include more readily available ingredients but one reviewer had lived in Korea for three years and found that the food resulting from the recipes were just like she’d found there.

Another reviewer said that the book helped her to find her way round her local Korean market in Los Angeles. If you aren’t lucky enough to live somewhere with a large Korean community and therefore don’t have the produce readily available, at the back of the book you’ll find some websites where you can order ingredients online, so there’s no excuse for not giving these fantastic Korean recipes a try.… Continue reading

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Buying A Korean BBQ Grill – What You Need To Know

Author: Lewis Theakson

There are plenty of reasons to want a Korean BBQ grill sitting in the middle of your table. Enjoy the great sensory pleasure that comes from the spicy flavors, the combination of the smells, the texture of the food, and the great fun it is to create your own Korean food sensation. For a long time, it was quite dangerous to have this type of set up in your home.

Usability

The first thing you want to look at is in the actual usability of the BBQ grill. It isn’t going to do much good if the grill is going to be unsafe or frustrating to use.… Continue reading

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All the websites I find seem to be only for buying food if you live in America. Does anyone know of some good websites that ship to Europe? Thanks.

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Preferebly from a person who knows about Korean food!!!?

I want to cook a korean meal for my boyfriend and i. He liked bulgogki alot. so i decided to make that. does anybody know the side dished for this meal besides kimchi? thanks!

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I am going to a asian food mart in houston today and i really want to try some differnt food but i am not really sure what is good. I already know about kimchi and souju (korean) but what are some other things to try?

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I am going to a Korean restaurant tonight for the first time. I know that tastes are subjective, but what are some good dishes to try?

Also, do Koreans eat much raw fish and meat? If so, what dishes do I need to avoid? I don’t mess around with raw meat or fish. 😛

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What’s the best or largest selection Korean food market close to Castle Rock or the south Denver area?

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I just LOVE Korean food, but I’m not sure how to make it at home. Any good ideas? Thank you in advance. Bye^^

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Korean Bbq Beef Bulgogi Recipe

Ingredients

1 1/2 lbs boneless rib eye steaks, cut into very thin slices 5-6″ long x 2″ wide (I use Black Angus)
4 tsp. granulated sugar
1/4 cup light soy sauce
3 cloves minced garlic
3 scallions, chopped into inch long pieces
1/4 tsp. white pepper
1 tsp. sesame oil

Method

Combine the beef and sugar together thoroughly allowing it to rest for 2-3 minutes before adding the rest of the ingredients.

Mix everything through allow to rest again for another 60 minutes or so at room temperature. Leaving it to stand refridgerated overnight is preferable.

Naturally, the longer you leave the beef to marinate the better.

When you are ready to cook, preheat the BBQ grill to a medium-high heat then add the beef, a few peices at a time and brown them on each side, taking care not to burn them.… Continue reading

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