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David Chang's Bo Ssam

After reading about David Chang’s bo ssam dish in the Nytimes, I knew I had to try it. Tender, rich, and packed with intense flavor, bo ssam is a slow-roasted pork dish of Korean origin that is available only with a reservation at one of Chang’s NYC restaurants. 451 more words

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Bo Ssam (Korean slow roasted pork)

Inspired by chef David Chang’s recipe for bo ssam, I made this Korean style slow roasted pork for a group potluck series I host called “Stone Soup.” The potluck name comes from that old children’s tale about a hungry traveler who goes through a town asking for food to eat. 156 more words

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Das Pork - Bo Ssam

Turkey’s for suckers. Pork roast is what this Chinese Canadian wants to eat.
I picked up this 6 lbs organic pork shoulder from the noble… 142 more words

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AFF Korea: Bo Ssam

When I first moved to KL, there was a period of time I kept visiting different Korean restaurants thanks to my Korean friend (yeah singular). Of these, Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant is probably the most convenient since it’s nice and close to us, right next to our neighbourhood. 673 more words

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Momofuku Bo Ssam

Had a pork-tastic dinner this past weekend consisting of Momofuku Ssam Bar’s pork belly buns and bo ssam. Totally worth the meat sweats and food coma afterwards, although it’ll be a while before I can eat any pork again.

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Chef's Noodle - Habourfront Centre.

If you’re looking for authentic Korean noodles, this is definitely the place to come to satisfy your cravings. Chef Choi, one of South Korea’s Chef Personality is said to be the one who personally and individually ‘crafted’ each item on the menu, as said on the website. 721 more words

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