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San Francisco-area food documentary to feature Koreafornia Cooking
Oct24

San Francisco-area food documentary to feature Koreafornia Cooking

Advertise Here Koreafornian Cooking will star in a food-culture documentary on San Francisco Bay–area Korean cable television station, set to air in late October. San Jose, Calif.-based KEMS-TV broadcasts on cable channel 197 in most of the San Francisco Bay area. Beside original Korean-language programming, the channel also airs Arirang K-pop shows and MBC dramas. KEMS Rosa Kim contacted me in June via YouTube about being part of a...

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Tammy's interview with Roy Choi of Kogi BBQ
Oct24

Tammy's interview with Roy Choi of Kogi BBQ

On Sept. 11, I spent an hour of my day interviewing Roy Choi of Kogi BBQ. Choi discussed his soon-to-be-released biography, Flavor! Napa Valley and his opinion on pairing Korean foods with wine, the marketing of Korean cuisine and advice for the next generation of chefs and food writers. Choi is preparing for the Nov. 5 release of his book, L.A. Son: My Life, My City, My Food. The book, co-written by Tien Nguyen and Natasha Phan, is...

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Eric Ripert in Korea
Oct10

Eric Ripert in Korea

I’m still buzzing! Eric Ripert is in Korea. This is just after it was announced that Le Bernardin maintained its three Michelin stars and was again voted “Best Restaurant in New York City” by Zagat. He’s traveling with Matt Rodbard (Korean Restaurant Guide New York) for a piece in a major American food publication. On Sunday evening, I had dinner with them at YangMiOk 양미옥–a dinner of cattle innards. YES!...

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Game of Thrones Pop-up Restaurant
Jun11

Game of Thrones Pop-up Restaurant

We did it! The Game of Thrones Pop-up Restaurant happened last night at Magpie Brewing Company, and it was a success. Thanks all of you who turned out for the event. As you saw, I was extremely busy the entire time either cooking or cleaning. Wish I had more time. But it seems like the food was enjoyed, considering how little we had to take home 😉 Now for nerding out. Here’s how this whole thing went down. A few months ago,...

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Philippines, Day 1: Getting There
Apr19

Philippines, Day 1: Getting There

The Filipino Department of Tourism invited Korean bloggers for a tour of the Philippines, paying for transportation, lodging, and most of the food. The goal was to highlight areas that were under the radar of tourists and to check out attractions that were being developed. This is my diary of that trip. Thursday, March 28 2013 Day 1: Getting There For the flight to the Philippines, we had to meet at Incheon Airport at 6:20 a.m. There...

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Ramyeon for One
Apr17

Ramyeon for One

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first post by guest contributor Jenna Collett 라면 for One  I have never seen Ms. Ahn eat alone. I’ve never seen her eat without sharing with the closest available mouth. On any given day I’d be handed a near constant stream of easy-to-share edibles: segments of oranges and tangerines, slices of exquisitely peeled apple, rice cakes, biscuits, sweets, and rounds of homemade kimbap. I have likewise...

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Pop-up Restaurant This Weekend

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