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 Comments
  • Zimie Rim

    June 21, 2017 at 11:06 am Reply

    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

    • bburi kitchen

      June 25, 2017 at 9:32 am Reply

      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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