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Forward-thinking caffeine at Get Some Coffee

A quick scroll through the menu at the counter of Get Some Coffee’s newest outlet may not clue in an Insta-shy brew addict on what to order. A first-timer might dismiss the cafe’s “Dutch Pepper” a...

Updated : 2016.09.30 17:06

Espresso and crushed beans add kick to coffee pudding

Choose the right path -- so says the sermon, convocation and nature guide. But if a trailhead offers only one route, and you’ve hiked it every autumn forever, you’re good to go.Underfoot, your path ...

Updated : 2016.09.30 14:07

[Home Cooking] Buchujeon (savory pancake)

Buchujeon is a savory pancake made with Korean garlic chives, or “buchu,” and it is a very common pancake in Korean homes. Buchujeon can be made simply with buchu, but I usually add thinly sliced on...

Updated : 2016.09.23 14:51

[The Palate] Buckwheat makes its autumnal arrival

Regional food references are tantamount to culinary seals of approval, as such descriptions proudly tell you about the quality, authenticity or style of whatever you are buying. When it comes to buckw...

Updated : 2016.09.23 14:46

[Weekender] Making full use of Chuseok leftovers

Chuseok is usually a time of gluttony. Meals during the Korean Thanksgiving holiday typically include copious amounts of the following: “jeon,” slices of vegetables, fish, or meat thinly coated in b...

Updated : 2016.09.09 17:38

Blueberries plus zucchini make for awesome cake

Here’s the thing about cake. It can help make or break a celebration.I say that because earlier this month I threw a bridal shower for my soon-to-be daughter-in-law, and of course I wanted to make th...

Updated : 2016.09.09 15:39

‘Collective kitchen’ GBB defies boundaries

GBB Kitchen, a new grub-centric spot that opened this April in Cheongdam-dong might have more than one foodie scratching his or her head in confusion. There are no signs, no indication it exists on th...

Updated : 2016.09.09 15:36

British tea is booming in China, the drink's birthplace

HARROGATE, England (AP) -- Ji Mengyu sinks into a soft chair with her cup of tea to the sound of tinkling teaspoons and light chatter. The opulently decorated Victorian tea salon is quintessentially British, something straight out of Downton Abbey. Except it‘s in Beijing.The 25-year-old H...

Updated : 2016.09.08 17:30

[The Palate] Healthful and humble Wild Perilla plant, deulkkae

There are foods and dishes that are instantaneously identifiable with certain cuisines and become culinary symbols for whole countries: Italy and pizza, Argentina and steak, the US and hamburgers. If ...

Updated : 2016.09.02 13:50

[Home Cooking] Ojingeo gui (spicy grilled squid)

Cooked in many different ways, squid (ojingeo) is an essential and versatile ingredient in Korean cooking. Grilled squid is highly popular as street food or drinking snack food (anju), but it’s also ...

Updated : 2016.09.02 13:29

Unconventional Korean desserts at Atelier DoSuHyang

None of the Korean-style desserts at Atelier DoSuHyang, located in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul are what one would expect to find at a traditional Korean rice cake shop. While there are “injeolmi” -- rice ...

Updated : 2016.08.26 17:54

[Weekender] Korea’s budding winemaking scene

YEONGCHEON, North Gyeongsang Province – Popular wines in Korea are mainly sourced from countries such as France, Italy and Spain, but recently, locally produced Korean wines have been carving out the...

Updated : 2016.08.26 17:47

[Weekender] Koreans more adventurous with wine

For many Koreans of a certain age, hearing the word “Majuang” will bring a wistful smile. It is difficult to recall the taste, but in the days when imported wines were a rarity, Majuang ruled.  The...

Updated : 2016.08.26 17:37

[Herald Interview] Wine master Jeannie Cho Lee talks pairing for Asian palate

When it comes to wine, most people would envision the sun-kissed vineyards of Italy, France or California. In contrast, Asia and its cuisine are not often brought up when discussing wine culture.  Bu...

Updated : 2016.08.26 17:27

Zucchini tart recipe will make you wish you had planted more, not less

Houseguests can be ingrates. Once, I invited an asparagus family to the garden and the whole clan stalked away. Perhaps my hostess skills need some work.Apparently to make asparagus feel at home, you ...

Updated : 2016.08.26 17:23