In Korea, a cold winter wind is a sign of many things, but one thing is for sure: Mu (무, Korean radishes) are getting sweeter and tastier, and it’s finally the right season for oysters again.
Gae-tteok (개떡) is an easy rice cake made with fragrant green herbs.
There are all kinds of bibimbap, but meonggae (멍게, sea pineapple) bibimbap in particular makes a great lunch for sleepy spring days.
Jeonbok juk (전복죽, abalone porridge), like many kinds of juk, or porridge, is especially good for soothing the stomach and the soul.
A few days ago, my second episode on Cooking Possible aired, and this time, the theme was all about rice.
Rice is like water: Plentiful, precious, easy to take for granted.
These days, we have so many wonderful electric tools, you might not need this recipe.