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Seoultown Kitchen: Korean Pub Grub to Share with Family and Friends

3.89 of 5 stars 3.89  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Inspired by Korean pop culture and infused with contemporary American spirit, this unique and lively cookbook represents Debbie's take on Seoul's version of the local pub. Including small plates, down-home favorites, and creative cocktails, Debbie's mission is to provide Americans with the affordable, neighborhood-friendly dining that Koreans have always known and loved. D ...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published October 16th 2011 by Kyle Books (first published October 1st 2011)
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Chelsea Madren
In Chapter 10, “The Chicken or the Egg: My View of the Bird”, Debbie explains how chicken was once thought of as “poor man’s food” in the Korean culture. Now, fried chicken has become one of the most popular items on a Korean menu. Debbie developed the Korean Fried Chicken recipe for the Ahn-Joo food truck for it is easy, on-the-go presentation. You’ve never had fried chicken like this before. I guarantee it! With great tasting food, sometimes, comes with a longer cooking time. The chicken is fr ...more
I have been waiting forever for this cookbook, and finally found a copy via interlibrary loan. It sounded so fascinating, a Korean-American girl raised in the Deep South, who uses aspect of both regions in her cooking to create Korean pub food. While there were a few good very original recipes, overall, I was not that impressed. The cookbook is divided into Food on Skewers, different kinds of Kimchi, Noodles, a whole section on Pork, Ground Meat, Fish, Tofu, Chicken/Egg, Vegetarian, and Cocktail ...more
i NEED this book for myself!
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