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New culinary classes in the USA carry Korean cuisine to the masses

New culinary classes in the USA carry Korean cuisine to the masses

Demand for Korean cooking classes in culinary schools or Korean ingredients on grocery stores shelves is a visible sign a cuisine is becoming more popular in a particular country. For example, Chef Young-sun Lee teaches classes in Korean cuisine at the Institute of...
Making kimchi with California ingredients

Making kimchi with California ingredients

This video was filmed in the hills of Lake County California, just north of  Napa Valley to make a point about “regionalizing,” or adapting recipes for local ingredients. “Regionalizing” is a trend in culinary circles. Fermented foods are...

Brother’s Korean, San Francisco

Brothers Restaurant, located San Francisco’s Inner Richmond neighborhood, is one of the few Korean restaurants in San Francisco that is Zagat-rated. It tied with Namu as Best Korean Restaurant in the 2010 Eat and Drink Reader’s Choice Awards by 7×7...
Cocobang, San Francisco

Cocobang, San Francisco

Posted by Tammy Cocobang is located  at 550 Taylor Street near San Francisco’s Tenderloin district within walking distance of Union Square and the Civic Center. Owners Huh Joon-young and Hur Joon-seok, operating as Daebak Enterprise Corp., have created a small...

Two versions of Korean tacos

Posted by Tammy Since 2010 seems to be the year of the Korean taco truck, I decided to bring this popular Korean fusion food to you. I’m serving up a So-Cal  vs. Nor-Cal face off between two very different versions. California is Korean fusion cooking central,...

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