Seafood night

With winter fast approaching, we’ve got seafood on our minds. November brings in a wealth of fresh catches from Korean waters, with ggot-gae (꽃게, blue crab) in prime season—male crabs are heavy and perfect for steaming this time of year. Here’s a fully tally of the haul we brought back from the fish market:

Fresh Tongyeong oysters with Seoyoung's mignonette
Fresh Tongyeong oysters with Seoyoung’s mignonette

 

Salt-roasted daeha (대하, Korean prawns)
Salt-roasted daeha (대하, Korean prawns)

 

Honghap tang (홍합탕, mussels in a clear, simple broth)
Honghap tang (홍합탕, mussels in a clear, simple broth)

 

Meonggae hwae (멍게 회, sea squirt sashimi)
Meonggae hwae (멍게 회, sea squirt sashimi)

 

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Baked seop (섭, wild mussel)

 

Steamed ggomak (꼬막, cockles)
Steamed ggomak (꼬막, cockles)

 

And of course, the star of the evening: steamed crab!
And of course, the star of the evening: steamed crab!

 

And a good time was had by all. 🙂

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2 replies on “ Seafood night ”
  1. Dear Bburi kitchen,

    I am just discovering your website and I think all the photos, the text are simply beautiful.

    I have a question regarding your events. By any chance, would you be willing to organize a group of foreigners from our center?

    I am the director of a Seoul-city funded global village center here in the french village of seorae maeul in banpo 4 dong seocho-gu. If you have been contacted by organizations such as ours, I would be happy to hear about your requirements for a group event. Please write back with your comments and feedback.

    Thank you and happy continuation!

    Zimie Rim
    Director
    Seorae Global Village

    1. Hi Zimie, thank you so much for your kind words and encouragement! They mean so much to us. 🙂 We will email you a reply right now!

      Many thanks,
      S & S

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