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Roosterspin mixing LPs, Korean cuisine in New Brunswick

Written for MyCentralJersey.com on 7/31/17

Most Americans with a picky palette would choose to shy away from traditional Korean fare such as kimchi, made with fermented cabbage; bulgogi, which are marinated slices of beef or pork; or even sushi, which features raw fish. 721 more words

Food And Fare

Korean Bread vs. American Bread

I would like to start off by saying Korean bread that you buy on the streets is infinitely better than the crap that Americans sell. 244 more words


Seoul Series: How I stopped worrying and started eating

There comes a point where you can’t even look at another kimbap.

I like convenience store kimbaps (cooked rice rolled in dried sheets of seaweed). Since arriving in Seoul five days ago I’ve tried nearly every flavor (tuna kimchi tops them all).

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Solo Excursion - Bó Drake

For my latest solo excursion, I decided on Bó Drake, which as the name suggests is a fusion of East Asian cuisine with Western BBQ influences. 702 more words


First Impressions - Jinjuu Soho

Jinjuu is a modern Korean restaurant from Celebrity Chef Judy Joo (had to Google her, but yeah, she’s certainly a celebrity lol). There are two restaurants in London, in Mayfair and Soho … two utterly different places 🙂 I came across Jinjuu while searching for restaurants offering different cuisine than our usual (Japanese, Chinese, Indian, and burgers lol). 722 more words


[BLOG] Haz In Korea | Why You Gotta Eat Out In Korea

Hi my beloved readers,
I hope you are enjoying winter with cosy nights in and cups of hot chocolate :)

Today I am writing about another amazing experience of mine in Korea; meals out! 795 more words



Korean cuisine is really famous for its delicious taste and the history behind it. Korean always cook food in season, something cold for cooling the hot summer or hot dishes for warming a cold winter night. 1,376 more words

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