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[Home Cooking] Deulkkae Sundubu Jjigae

Sundubu jjigae is a stew made with smooth tofu, or sundubu, also known as silken or extra soft tofu. The stew is more commonly made spicy, but I sometimes like it purely white without any red spicine...

Updated : 2016.12.02 17:38

[The Palate] Haejangguk, beyond the hangover

It would be an understatement to say that Korean food is heavily based on soups and stews. Soup is a great way to stretch a meal so many could be fed cost consciously and to also make the most of ...

Updated : 2016.12.02 17:35

Paris restaurant ‘best in world’ but Japanese chefs come out top

PARIS (AFP) - A Paris restaurant run by chef Guy Savoy was named the best in the world Wednesday, according to the French-based guides aggregator La Liste, but Japanese restaurants came out on top ov...

Updated : 2016.12.01 13:38

Kimchi institute chief welcomes bold experimentation

Kimchi is a soul food that Koreans can’t live without, but foreigners may find it hard to eat the spicy, fermented cabbage at first due to its strong scent of salted fish and garlic. To make it mor...

Updated : 2016.11.28 14:18

Sicilian classics crafted from local ingredients at Spark

For diners who want Italian food with a twist, look no further than Spark, Park Sung-woo’s first stint as restaurant owner and chef. Situated in Seoul’s Sinsa-dong area, the new establishment, whi...

Updated : 2016.11.25 19:17

[Around the Hotels] This week’s promotions and packages

Art package accommodations at ibis Styles Ambassador Seoul hotels The ibis Styles Ambassador Seoul Myeongdong and Gangnam are offering accommodation packages with tickets to an art exhibition from D...

Updated : 2016.11.25 15:18

Use your Thanksgiving leftovers in this tasty hash

Too early to think about leftover turkey? Transform your leftovers into this tasty, quick hash using turkey, cranberry sauce and sweet potatoes. And you don’t need to wait for turkey leftovers. You ...

Updated : 2016.11.25 13:21

[Newsmaker] Hansik champion talks on Michelin success

Extending his hand in a handshake, Cho Tae-kwon, chairman of KwangJuYo, smiles broadly. Cho Tae-kwon Cho has every reason to be smiling. His two restaurants had been awarded much coveted Michelin s...

Updated : 2016.11.18 18:41

[Home Cooking] Kongnamul japchae

This recipe is a simple variation of japchae made with soybean sprouts. All you need for this dish is soybean sprouts and sweet potato starch noodles, along with a few basic seasoning ingredients. Ev...

Updated : 2016.11.18 14:47

[The Palate] On Namdaemun food trail

The oldest and largest marketplace in the country, Namdaemun Market, is synonymous with wholesale bargains for everything and anything you might need under the sun. Mammoth in size compared to other ...

Updated : 2016.11.18 14:45

Winemakers return to forebears' stomping ground: Paris

PARIS (AFP) - Far from the rolling vineyards of Bordeaux and Champagne, urban wineries are taking hold in Paris, reviving an age-old tradition while latching on to a worldwide trend. “I've always wa...

Updated : 2016.11.17 11:45

[Weekender] Where to experience traditional Korean liquor hands-on

For those eager to learn about the history and making of traditional Korean alcohol, Seoul has a number of places dedicated to showcasing local liquor. One such place is The Sool Gallery, nestled in...

Updated : 2016.11.11 17:05

[Around the Hotels] Roundup of hotel news

Takeout turkey at Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel is offering a takeout menu of roast turkey for the Thanksgiving holiday, until Nov. 20. The set includes a roast t...

Updated : 2016.11.11 13:28

You don’t need a panini press for this quick, savory sandwich

Crisp crust, warm tasty fillings with melted cheese -- no wonder paninis have become popular. Here’s a quick version filled with smoked turkey from the deli, roasted red pepper, fresh basil and goat...

Updated : 2016.11.11 13:23

Guy Fieri, vegetable fan? Sure, the Food Network star says

NEW YORK (AP) -- Of all the celebrity chefs out there, there's one you’d least expect to sing the praises of spinach, kale and Brussels sprouts. That would be Guy Fieri. The spiky-haired champion of...

Updated : 2016.11.11 13:17