Spinach has long been eaten in Korea (some accounts say it came over from China during the Three Kingdoms Period) but it’s first on record in 1577.
This seaweed soup is my take on a southern region favorite, using more water and a few more ingredients.
Of all the fish in the sea, myeongtae, or walleye pollock, has a special place on the Korean table
This is one of the few soups you’ll eat with chopsticks instead of a spoon.
Maesaengi (매생이) is an unusual kind of seaweed, one that was eaten mostly along the southern coast of Korea until a recent surge in popularity in the last ten years.