Thank you for visiting EatingKorean!
I’m happy you can join me in exploring the flavors and possibilities of Korean cuisine. I have provided recipes, food history, fascinating facts and other things covering everything and anything about Korean food and culture.
So, pull yourself up to the virtual table, grab your chopsticks and dig in!
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Spent 22 months in Korea in the 60s. Loved the country, the people and the food.
A lot has changed in Korea since the 60s. You should visit now. You wouldn’t even recognize it! 🙂
I have the book but would like to look up recipes online, too.
Thanks for buying the book! Hope you’re enjoying it. Unfortunately, my publisher doesn’t allow me to put all the recipes online. It would keep others from buying my books. Maybe in the future.
My grandmother made some of the best KimChee and other banchan and desserts. I wish I’d learned more when she was alive! I remember the flavors fondly!
How lucky for you that you were able to enjoy your grandma’s cooking! That’s why it’s so important that we write down and remember our families’ flavors and recipes.
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Hi, love Korean food. In the Chicago area, any good but not too pricey Korean Restaurant that you would recommend??
Hi May May! I haven’t been to Chicago in a couple of years, but the last time I was there, I was really impressed with the stuff that Billy Kim is doing with his empire of Belly restaurants. Nice guy, too. Also good are Gogi, Cho Sun Ok, and San Soo Gab San. I hear there are a bunch of new Korean fusion joints, too, like Korean tacos at Takos Koreanos and kimchi fries at bobNgrill. Let me know if you find some other delicious places to try in Chi-town! 🙂
MarieGodbold5@gmail.com . one my girl friends korean she took me to a korean restaurant . i love korean food korean item in my pantry i will add the ones u listed also. I also. Miso, korean red chili paste gocujang and korean soybean paste.