Food and medicine have also always been closely linked in Korean culture. Have a sore throat? A cold and cough? A sluggish morning or a pounding hangover? Try one of these home remedies for colds, hangovers, and low energy..
This anytime, easy-to-make spicy soup features a fragrant broth and low-calorie, low-carb Shirataki noodles.
Six Essential Korean Stews for Fall.
Champong (or Jjampong) is one of the most popular Chinese-Korean dishes made and enjoyed all over Korea. Chinese restaurants in Korea (and in Koreatowns all over the world) don't have lo mein or kung pao chicken; the most popular choices are usually jajangmyun (black bean noodles) or jjampong.
Fall is apple season, and if you have an abundance from apple picking or the farmers' market, then use some of your delicious apples as edible cups or bowls.
NYC's Jungsik is the first Korean restaurant in America to receive two Michelin stars. Jungsik serves refined Korean cuisine, and seems to be universally praised for its creativity. The restaurant is a Seoul import, but the chef, Jung Sik Yim, attended culinary school in the States.
September is "Better Breakfast Month" in America, so mix up your breakfast routine with this Korean egg sandwich ("toast"), rolled omelets (gaeran mari) or scroll through this look at Korean breakfasts.
It's Thanksgiving in Korea now, a three-day celebration that includes feasting, family, and fun times. Happy Harvest and Happy Chusok to all. I am thankful for all of you.
Whether you are in need a stiff drink or a restorative steaming cup of tea, this list of delicious Korean drink recipes has a liquid solution to every problem.