I’ve had a broken desktop for a while. Burnt out power supply, broken CPU cooking fan–and when I finally got them replaced, my BIOS got flashed. With some pliers and a paperclip, I was able to clear out my main BIOS chip and get it working again.
Okay. Geek talk over. Food talk now.
- The Chosun Ilbo has another article on foreigners liking Korean food, but at the bottom is a little bit of bulgogi history.
- The Yeoksam Global Village Center in Seoul will have a course in making makkolli on August 25th.
- Hongdae has as lot of quirky cafes.
- Tosokchon has some great samgyetang, but good luck finding a seat in this weather.
- Our friend formally-known-as Busan Kev (but he’s in Japan) has a new podcast about Canada.
- Some gorgeous sashimi porn.
- But if you REALLY want some sushi porn, you should check out Namu at the W Seoul Walker Hill. I’ll post about it later.
- Some pretty Korean food at Yuldong Park Matjip.
- We see those big Cine de Chef signs, but has anyone you know ever eaten there?
- Sea Urchin Bibimbap!!
- Mackerel Salad as a drinking snack.
- Saury (Ggongchi) Kimchi Jjigae recipe
- The smallest character bento.
- Seoul Food Yo checks out Korea’s first Taco Bell. (SPOILER ALERT–It tastes just the same.) They also review a dog meat restaurant.
- Six Summer Banchan Recipes
- Make sure to watch Maangchi’s new video on how to cook mackerel the Korean way.