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umma

Member for 5 years 52 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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Recipe
Posted 11-02-10 Korean Potato Salad
감자 샐러드
A distinct Korean-style preparation of potato salad that you can serve as a banchan (side dish).
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Posted 11-02-10 Mongolian Beef Recipe
Despite its name, the popular Mongolian beef is a Chinese recipe.
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Posted 10-29-10 Kimchi Spam Musubi (Jumok Bap)
김치 스팸 주먹밥
Kimchi and spam are an unbeatable combination in this Korean version of musubi.
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Posted 10-22-10 Saengtae Jjigae (Fresh Pollock Stew)
생태찌게 / 동태찌게
Make a traditional, hearty Korean stew with fresh pollock, a little spice and tons of vegetables.
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Posted 10-22-10 Ojinguh Jangdduk Gui (Stuffed Squid Rings)
오징어장떡 구이
Stuffed, fried squid rings filled with soybean paste and vegetables make a unique Korean appetizer.
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Posted 10-21-10 Songi Baechu Guk (Pine Mushroom & Cabbage Soup)
송이배추국
An earthy soup made of wild pine mushrooms, napa cabbage and tofu.
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Posted 10-18-10 Songi Bulgogi (Pine Mushrooms with Beef)
송이 불고기
The flavorful songi busuht (wild pine mushroom) adds a different taste to the classic Korean bulgogi.
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Posted 10-18-10 Songi Busuht Jjim (Wild Pine Mushrooms)
송이 버섯찜
Wild pine mushrooms, simply braised and served with a salt dipping sauce.
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Posted 10-18-10 Kimchi Dukkboki
김치 떡볶이
A variation of the classic spicy rice cake dish, dukbokki.
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Posted 09-30-10 Deulkkae Songi Buchim (Perilla Florets Pancake)
들깨송이 부침
This recipe for pancakes uses deulkkae (들깨), or wild perilla. Deulkkae - both the leaves and the seeds - have a unique flavor and taste that Koreans seem to like a lot.
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