'K-Halal' on the rise, Try Dream a Little Dream get a booking at Hanjeongsik in Kwangwon, and recipes for making Beoseot Bap and Army Stew.
"Someone Said Halal?"
With Korea becoming increasingly multicultural don't be surprised to see more of your favourite Korean treats and meals labelled as "Halal". Korea and the UAE recently signed a trade agreement that encourages the certifying of halal foods in Korea, further evidence of fusion happening in Korea's kitchens, both inside and out…
READ ON KOREA.NET: http://www.korea.net/NewsFocus/Culture/view?articleId=126339&pageIndex=1
"Yummy Hanjeongsik at 장가네 더덕밥 "
Wow, this place looks incredible, magical even! Try Dream a Little Dream visited Hanjeongsik (한정식) in Kangwon and discovers why it's so popular…
READ ON DREAM A LITTLE DREAM: http://mytoypalace.com/
"Korean Four Mushroom Rice in Stone Pot (버섯밥 Beoseot Bap)"
Having recently relocated to California, JinJoo thanked her followers for their patience and welcomed them back with a mouthwatering recipe for Beoseot Bap (버섯밥), Mushroom Rice. JinJoo's posts are great; she shares her personal connection to the dish, its place in culture with some history, adds her insight and advice, and includes plenty of pictures to inspire…
READ ON KIMCHIMARI: http://kimchimari.com/2015/03/20/four-mushroom-rice/
"Budae Jjigae (Army Stew)"
I've always wondered what to do with all that Spam! Hyosun, having grown up in the '60s, remembers her family sneaking black market meats into their stews (e.g. hot dogs, bacon, and yes, Spam!). Here she shares the history and steps for Budae Jjigae, or "Army Stew"…
READ ON KOREAN BAPSANG: http://www.koreanbapsang.com/2015/03/budae-jjigae-army-stew.html
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