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umma

Member for 6 years 16 weeks


Current Location: 
Seattle, Washington
My most-used cookbook: 
"Eumshik Donguh Bogam" from a Korean publisher called Hakwonsa
My go-to dish: 
Dduk mandu guk for Sunday brunch
Favorite Cuisine: 
Korean
Best meal ever: 
A couple of years ago I had a meal at a small restaurant in Korea; it's called ssam jungsik - it had all kinds of fresh vegetable wraps with diferent kinds of meats.
Favorite travel destination: 
Himalayas

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Posted 05-03-10 Yangbaechu Ssam (Steamed Cabbage Wraps)
양배추쌈
This steamed cabbage wrap can be used as a side dish to wrap other parts of your meal in.
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Posted 05-03-10 Sangchu Ssam (Lettuce Wrap)
상추쌈
A lettuce wrap to accompany BBQ or other meat dishes.
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Posted 05-03-10 Maewoon Dak Bulgogi (Spicy Chicken Bulgogi)
매운 닭불고기 / 매운닭
Spicy marinated chicken grilled or sauteed in a pan.
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Posted 05-03-10 Kalbi (Korean BBQ Short Ribs)
갈비
Nothing beats Kalbi, or Korean BBQ short ribs.
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Posted 04-30-10 Jogae Sigumchi Guk (Clam & Spinach Soup)
조개 시금치국
This soup's flavor comes from the clams and the fermented bean paste, making it savory.
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Posted 04-30-10 Gamjatang (Potato & Pork Stew)
감자탕
Pork and potatoes combine for a traditional Korean stew.
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Posted 04-30-10 Sul Lung Tang / Seolleongtang (Beef Bone Soup)
설렁탕
A healthy white bone soup with slices of beef. Goes wonderfully with kimchi or other pungent side dishes.
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Posted 04-30-10 Gomtang (Beef Brisket & Tripe Soup)
곰탕
A classic Korean soup with all sorts of beef parts...
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Posted 04-30-10 Yukgaejang (Spicy Beef Stew)
육개장
Yukgejang is a classic spicy Korean stew made of thin strips of beef and a variety of vegetables.
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Posted 04-30-10 Mom's Jogae Tang (Spicy Steamer Clams)
Jogae tang, or clam soup, in Korean cuisine is typically a simple, clear clam soup that almost just tastes like steamed clams. I created an updated version of this using jalapeno and butter.
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