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The magic of Korean-Uzbek food at Cafe at Your Mother In Law

The magic of Korean-Uzbek food at Cafe at Your Mother In Law

I saw the mother-in-law.  She definitely looked Korean. This NY Times review by Dave Cook of Eating in Translation intrigued me and several of my friends.  Korean-Uzbek food?  At Cafe at Your Mother in Law?  What could that mean? It turns out that there is a sizable...
"The Art of Korean Cooking" … in 1959

"The Art of Korean Cooking" … in 1959

Posted by Grace Meng A friend of mine recently gave me an amazing gift, a Korean cookbook published in 1959 that she found in a used bookstore.  Called “The Art of Korean Cooking,” it’s a slim, spiral-bound book of just over 100 pages.  There are no...
Homemade Hotteok

Homemade Hotteok

Posted by Grace Meng There are a lot of hotteok recipes online.  Based on my blog stats, there are even more people looking for hotteok recipes.  It surprised me that a street food, a simple fried pancake stuffed with brown sugar and nuts, is so sought after.  And...

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