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[HanCinema's Digest] Food Lovers' Lane

2017/06/18 | 317 views | Permalink

My Korean Kitchen has the perfect treat to beat the summer heat, Holly puts together a simple mushroom side dish for all table, Korea's food prices are the fifth highest among OCED countries, and Hug Jackman features in a documentary about Korean street food.


Looking for a refreshing and sweet summer dessert? Sue over at My Korean Kitchen has you covered with this great recipe for making patbingsu (Korean shaved ice)-all in just 10 minutes! "Patbingsu is super easy and quick to make", writes Sue. "It's also very versatile as well! (You can add anything you like as a topping!)" In addition to some simple instructions, there are some stunning photos to help you through the process. Enjoy!


"Chayote Mushroom Stir-fry"

Holly (author of "Simply Korean") is a native Korean mother who loves cooking up a storm and sharing her creations on her blog, Beyond Kimchee. In one of her recent recipe posts, Holly shows us how to make a versatile side dish, something that can be served with any Korean meal. If you've never attempted Korean food before, Sue's easy-to-follow instructions and beautiful photos will help make the whole process a breeze.


"[Graphic News] Korea ranks 5th in OECD for Q1 rise in food prices"

According to data coming out of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), South Korea ranks fifth in terms of its food prices. The rise of food prices has put serious pressure on the country's food markets and restaurants. The cause? The South Korean government says that the recent surge in prices is largely due to "the spread of bird flu and the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease".


"South Korea - Street Food Documentary"

Get to know more about Korean food culture with this 24-minute documentary about Korea street food. The film features American actor Hugh Jackman ("Wolverine") as he explores the wonderful world of K-cuisine and speaks to various local chefs and street vendors about their offerings.


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