My Korean Kitchen shows us how to make yuzu dressing, Korean girls try American TV dinners for the first time, feast your eyes on an all traditional Korean buffet, and 10 Magazine has 10 dishes to help warm up your winter.
"EASY KOREAN STYLE YUZU DRESSING"
Sue shows us how to make a dressing that's proven popular in recent years. Yuzu dressing is, according to Sue, "slightly sweet, tangy and fruity" and goes great with garden salads. True to form, Sue's post also contain bright and beautiful photographs of the results to help inspire us all.
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"Korean Girls Try American TV Dinners"
TV dinners started becoming popular in America during the 50s and 60s, and with time, these quick microwaveable meals evolved to nearly staple status. Americans may love their TV dinners, but what do Koreans think of them? In this video from Digitalsoju TV, you can watch what happens when three Korean girls try America TV dinners for the first time...
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"TRADITIONAL Korean ALL YOU CAN EAT Buffet in Seoul South Korea!"
Strictly Dumpling shows us what you can expect from a buffet in Seoul, but not just any buffet, a buffet of just traditional Korean food! One of the top reasons tourists say they come to Korea is to try the food, so if you really want to treat your taste buds to traditional dishes, why not track down one of these traditional buffets and get stuck it.
...WATCH ON YOUTUBE
"10 KOREAN WINTER FOODS TO KEEP YOU WARM"
Korean winters can be challenging at times, but if the chill is getting the best of you, fear not because 10 Magazine has this list of ten dishes to help warm you up. Foods like galbi jim, jim dalk, kimchi, roasted sweet potatoes and others delicious dishes will help you forget that it's cold outside. "The weather has begun to change and it's time to start eating some of that hearty Korean winter food. Korea has the coldest climate at this latitude because of the Siberian winds..." What's your favourite Korean food or snack during the winter?
...READ ON 10 MAGAZINE
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