Korean BBQ

Hooni Kim On The Secrets Of Korean Barbecue At Home

NYC chef says it's all about the pear juice
May 27, 2014 10:00 am

New York City chef Hooni Kim is an ambassador for modern Korean cooking in America with his two restaurants, Danji and Hanjan, and a rising television career that has him currently serving as head judge on the Korean version of MasterChef. We asked him to reveal some Korean barbecue secrets.

Linkin Park Producer Joe Hahn Shares His Love Of Korean Food In Los Angeles

Appears on podcast Food Is The New Rock
Feb 18, 2014 3:30 pm

On this week’s Food Is The New Rock podcast Zach Brooks is joined by Linkin Park producer and turntable master Joe Hahn (also known as Mr. Hahn to his fans and car service drivers). The lively conversation tackles all sorts of topics like Joe's eating adventures on the road and Oliver Stone’s frozen yogurt habits. How are these related? You'll have to listen.

Meet Psy’s $40,000 A Month Gangnam-Style Personal Chef

Brazilian chef Ricardo Caput has the right moves
Aug 12, 2013 1:00 pm

The winner would be given a 12-month contract (some serious Cheddar) and asked to tour the globe, preparing the singer’s favorite foods: bibimbap, mandoo (dumpings) and barbecue short ribs. But who is this guy? He's Brazilian to start.

The K-Food World Festival Wants To See Your Best Kimchi-Inspired Cooking Moves

You can win a trip to Korea!
Jul 10, 2013 10:02 am

Korean food is sort of having a little moment these days (certainly not as much as Thai; see here and here and here). But as we’ve covered on this site, there is much more to thinking about Korean than barbecue. See: 7 Korean Restaurants That Think Outside The Lettuce Wrap. With this in mind the having a little moment in mind, the Korean Culture Service New York, in congruence with the Consulate General of Korea, is hosting a cooking competition that will send one winner to represent America at the K-Food World Festival in Seoul in August. Details right this way.

NYC: 6 Korean Restaurants To Visit In Queens

The best K-Town in NYC is an LIRR stop away
Jul 1, 2013 10:16 am

One of the best ways to enjoy Korean restaurants in Queens is to hop on the Long Island Railroad and ride the 20 minutes to Murray Hill or Auburndale, two neighborhoods just beyond the 7 train's terminus in Flushing. Here's a guided tour.

New York City: 7 Korean Restaurants That Think Outside The Lettuce Wrap

Get to know the other side of Korean cooking
Apr 22, 2013 9:09 am

Contributing Editor Matt Rodbard recently published a guidebook detailing the 40 best Korean restaurants in New York City. Here are some of his favorite non-barbecue places around NYC. Because there is more to Korean cuisine than wrapping meat in lettuce!

Los Angeles: These Are The First 9 Restaurants To Try In Koreatown

Spicy crab stew to tender galbi to all that banchan
Sep 25, 2012 12:01 pm

A refrain we keep hearing is that it can be tricky to navigate Koreatown, a Los Angeles neighborhood with wall-to-wall dining options, many signs in Hangeul and some of the best Korean food outside of Seoul. So with that, let me offer you eight restaurants to visit first. And once you’re done with those, we can talk some more.

It's A World Of Food Trucks In North Carolina's Triangle Area

Korean BBQ to melted cheese gone wild
Sep 7, 2012 10:01 am
Photo (taco): ross.grady on Flickr

“The Research Triangle” comprises Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill as its three corners. The area has received national acclaim in the past few years for the quality and surprising complexity of its budding restaurant scene, even being referred to as the “little restaurant capital of the U.S.” While I plan to highlight the Triangle’s more seated spots in an upcoming area guide, it is first worth noting some of its best food trucks.

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