Korean cuisine
Korean cuisine has evolved through centuries of social and political change. Originating from ancient agricultural and nomadic traditions in the Korean peninsula and southern Manchuria, Korean cuisine...
Korean cuisine - Wikipedia
What is Black Garlic?
Black garlic is what you get when you heat whole garlic cloves at about 60ºC for around forty days in a relatively humid environment. The garlic turns black (or very dark brown) and becomes sweeter an...
Tofu Yum-Yum Rice Bowl Recipe
The marinade is ridiculously delicious; you’ll also want to use it on ribs or chicken. Place tofu on a rimmed baking sheet layered with paper towels; top with several more paper towels and press gentl...
How to make homemade tofu | The Splendid Table
Why make tofu yourself? Because you want to experience it at its peak -- freshly made, creamy, and subtly sweet. Homemade tofu is as precious as homemade bread. Unless you are planning to make rectang...
For The Love of Kimchi! | Cucumber Kimchi Recipe
Oh most holy of food! There is no food that better represents the heart and soul of Korean people than kimchi. It’s sassy, pungent, earthy, and will smack you in the head sometimes. I can’t live witho...
Recipe: Korean Mixed Rice with Sashimi
Sashimi lovers will fall all over this delicious Korean spin on sashimi over rice with fresh lettuce, vegetables and masago. Like Bibimbap, you mix in a homemade sweet and spicy gochujang sauce and co...
Learning to Cook Japanese Buddhist Cuisine in Kyoto
Kyoto is the heart of traditional Japan and has a long history of shojin ryori or Zen Buddhist cuisine, which can be sampled at some of the city’s 1600 temples
40 Korean foods we can't live without
Street food, comfort food, spicy stews for masochistic mouths: These 40 dishes are essential to the Korean heart, soul and digestive tract
Say Kimchi: The Best Meals We Ate in Korea
When we were touring Dorosan Station near the DMZ, a colonel in the South Korean army was standing on the train platform and kindly posed for a photo with me. Just as hubby was about to snap the sh...
Asian Cuisine - Korea
Korea, the tenth largest economy in the world, has been consistently dishing out fancy mobile phones, flashy cars and cool electronics to the rest of the world...
Traditional Korean Feast in Seoul
Mark takes us through a traditional Korean feast in Seoul, along with two other travel bloggers who live there.
Korean cuisine - Korean Cuisine(Hansik)#4 - Dolsotbap ??? ??
Second food will be pot made using stone. Made by cooking highly-nutritious ingredients in a stone, which does not cool quickly, Paul Schenk will explain Yeo...
Korean cuisine
The Wonderful World of Korean Food.
Korean royal court cuisine - Suraon
I went to Sura-on restaurant for Royal Court Cuisine. My meal had 14 courses and the place also had music and traditional dance performances. It was a great ...
Korean royal court cuisine - Korean Royal Cuisine Extravaganza!! ???? ???? ???? ??
Today I prepared a royal feast ofr some friends from the Korean community, featuring some of the most representative dishes from Joseon Royal Cuisine. Howeve...
Korean royal court cuisine - Live Octopus Dish (Sannakji) - South Korea
Eating live octopus (sannakji) in Anyang, South Korea. Enjoying Korean royal court cuisine at Hansongjun Restaurant. Dare to eat this squirming dish? (No aud...
Korean royal court cuisine
Korean royal court cuisine (Joseon Wangjo Gungjung yori) was the style of cookery within Korean cuisine traditionally consumed at the court of the Joseon Dynasty, which ruled Korea from 1392 to 1910. ...
Korean royal court cuisine - Wikipedia
Jeon
Jeon may refers to
Jeotgal
Jeotgal or jeot ([tɕʌtkal]) is a salted fermented food in Korean cuisine. It is made with various seafood, such as shrimp, oysters, shellfish, fish, fish eggs, and fish intestines.Jeotgal is mainly us...
Jeotgal - Wikipedia
Kimchi
Kimchi (hangul: 김치 [kimtɕʰi]; /ˈkɪmtʃi/), also spelled kimchee or gimchi, is a traditional fermented Korean side dish made of vegetables with a variety of seasonings. It is often described as spicy a...
Kimchi - Wikipedia
Korean noodles
Korean noodles are noodles or noodle dishes in Korean cuisine, and are collectively referred to as "guksu" in native Korean or "myeon" (cf. mien) in Sino-Korean vocabulary. Preparations with noodles a...
Korean noodles - Wikipedia
Muk
Muk may refer to:
Namul
Namul is a general term for a Korean seasoned vegetable dish. The name of the dish may vary slightly depending on what vegetables are used and how they are prepared, but they will nonetheless still be...
Namul - Wikipedia
Tofu
Tofu, also known as bean curd, is a food made by coagulating soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into soft white blocks. It is a component in East Asian and Southeast Asian cuisines. There ...
Tofu - Wikipedia
Korean beverages
This is a list of Korean beverages. It includes beverages, traditional or modern, which are distinctive to or closely identified with Korea. Brands and companies are South Korean unless noted.
Korean beverages - Wikipedia