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Ah, the first official food porn entry.

The thing is, it just looks pretty. I don’t know anything about this food’s history or — anything. I just ordered it one day because it was something I hadn’t tried yet.

Dalk Doritang is basically a spicy chicken soup. Yet it pulls off a sort of creaminess without the use of any dairy products. This is a perfect warm-me-up for a chilly Korean Peninsula winter day.

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The “dalk” means “chicken.” “Tang” means “soup.” Don’t know what the “dori” means. Eun Jeong’s watching Jumong right now. I don’t want to bother her.

Trust me. Don’t bother her during Jumong.

This creamy spicy soup is loaded with leeks, mushrooms, and big hunks o’ chicken. As with most Korean foods, white shirts are discouraged.

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