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The Expat Quest for Thanksgiving

The Expat Quest for Thanksgiving

Christina called me over to her half-basement apartment for Thanksgiving. This was my first year in Korea, 2004. She and Glen held this annually for expats and any Koreans who wanted to attend this exotic holiday with the mythical turkey beast—a foreign flightless...

Seoul Coffee Expo 2012

The success of the Korea Cafe Fair, held in the tail end of winter the past two years, seems to have motivated the COEX convention center to start organizing their own effort, the Seoul Coffee Expo. I, on behalf of ZenKimchi, was on hand for the first annual expo....
Pop-up Diary

Pop-up Diary

This is a quick behind-the-scenes diary of setting up ZenKimchi and Seoul in the City’s pop-up restaurant, Back Kitchen Seoul. Read Seoul in the City’s account, too. For reviews on how the food and the evening actually went, check these out: Pop-up...

Unleavening the planned meals for Passover

The spring festival of Passover (aka Pesach) this year is coming Friday night, and I have less than seven days to get the chametz totally out of my house. Here’s the what, why and how in jettisoning the leavening in Korea, the States and wherever you are....
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