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My first article for Yonhap News Agency posted today. I interviewed Adam Field, an onggijang (kimchi crock potter) based in Durango, Colo. He hand-produces onggi for customers eager to make their own kimchi with the same methods Koreans have used for more than 5,000 years.

Adam Field lives in Durango, Colo. He took this photo in the Rocky Mountains near Telleuride, Colorado while traveling to a farmers market to sell his wares and meet customers. (Adam Field photo)

Read “Culinary connoisseurs crave kimchi crocks.” To order your own handmade-in-the-USA onggi, visit Adam Field Pottery.

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