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Old 12-09-12, 02:24 PM   #1
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Geniune Korean food tonight

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Old 12-09-12, 03:32 PM   #2
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Yes. North Korea.

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Old 12-09-12, 04:25 PM   #5
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Exchange student from S Korea
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Cooking to Monty Python? Or Fawlty Towers? Something with John Cleese.
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So...you brought her here and make her cook your dinner?
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So...you brought her here and make her cook your dinner?
She does the laundry too.

Watching Fawlty towers, the Germans episode.
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Old 12-09-12, 07:01 PM   #12
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Watching Fawlty towers, the Germans episode.
send me a link so I can get one.
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I was just gonna ask if he shares...
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My wife is Korean. We have Korean food at home every now and then, and I like Korean food very much.


Kalbi/marinated, grilled short rib meat (beef)


As you can see, we use real charcoal (usually oak for this).





Hope you-all are hungry after these pics...




Anyone who has eaten at a Korean restaurant knows what this is, and how good it can be.


Baby radish kimchee, a.k.a. "altari" kimchee.


One of my favorite dishes in the winter time, such as we have here in CA: dolsot bibimbap.

Hope your mouths are watering after seeing these pics...
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Old 12-09-12, 09:31 PM   #16
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My wife is Korean. We have Korean food at home every now and then, and I like Korean food very much.


Kalbi/marinated, grilled short rib meat (beef)


As you can see, we use real charcoal (usually oak for this).





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Anyone who has eaten at a Korean restaurant knows what this is, and how good it can be.


Baby radish kimchee, a.k.a. "altari" kimchee.

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One of my favorite dishes in the winter time, such as we have here in CA: dolsot bibimbap.

Hope your mouths are watering after seeing these pics...
I really want to try the ribs. Having a hard time finding them cut in that fashion though.
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kalbi ribs and kim chee the best.................lucky i live in hawaii and can get that anytime i like
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ask the butcher for short ribs... they should be cut like that and have 3 bones in them,,,,not very common cut on mainland you have to ask for it..............very common here
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metal and teflon pans do not mix. good way to waste that pan. wood or plastic only
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I really want to try the ribs. Having a hard time finding them cut in that fashion though.
We buy the boneless short rib meat (a.k.a. boneless beef ribs) in a cryopack at Costco and cut it with a sharp knife. If you use the "LA style" Kalbi it will be pretty much the same. You can buy that cut in a Korean market, or even in some western markets.
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Yes she is
No wonder the boy likes her. She is absolutely beautiful.

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Hawaii has tons of Korean restaurants. It seems that there are 2 dozen of them within 5 miles of me. I love the stuff.
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Old 12-10-12, 07:44 AM   #23
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We buy the boneless short rib meat (a.k.a. boneless beef ribs) in a cryopack at Costco and cut it with a sharp knife. If you use the "LA style" Kalbi it will be pretty much the same. You can buy that cut in a Korean market, or even in some western markets.
In a town of 11000 people in the middle of nowhere there is no chance of finding a Korean market
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In a town of 11000 people in the middle of nowhere there is no chance of finding a Korean market
Then make a point of asking a butcher about this-- you might as well see if he can cut the meat into 1/4" to 3/8" thick strips for you, while you're at it-- or drive to a bigger urban area where such markets can be found.
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