The Kimchi Cookbook

The Kimchi Cookbook
  • Author : Lauryn Chun
  • Publisher : Random House Digital, Inc.
  • Pages : 149
  • Relase : 2012
  • ISBN : 9781607743354

The Kimchi Cookbook Book Review:

The founder of Mother In Law's Kimchi offers recipes and instructions for preparing the Korean condiment staple of spicy, pickled cabbage and other vegetables at home, including recipes from famous chefs David Chang and Sean Brock. 10,000 first printing.

Kimchee Cookbook

Kimchee Cookbook
  • Author : Kim Man-Jo,Lee Kyou-Tae
  • Publisher : Tuttle Publishing
  • Pages : 128
  • Relase : 2012-12-04
  • ISBN : 9781462908141

Kimchee Cookbook Book Review:

Learn to make Korean kimchee with this easy-to-use Korean cookbook. Korea's favorite food - kimchee - is not simply a side dish. Made by pickling vegetables and other foods, adding seasonings and allowing the mixture to mature, it is the country's national dish. Based on the Asian theory of Yin and Yang, kimchee expresses Korean Cosmology in its highest form, in fact to a Korean, to eat kimchee is to become one with the universe. This cookbook catalogues over 80 recipes for all seasons. Recipes include: Traditional whole cabbage kimchee Cubed radish kimchee Cucumber kimchee King scallion kimchee Swiss chard kimchee Stuffed kimchee Korean watercress juicy kimchee Octopus kimchee And many more! Sumptuous photographs illustrate the dishes and substitutes are offered for hard-to-find or specifically Korean ingredients. Tips on preparation and a historical and cultural over-view of the dish make for a comprehensive insight into Korean cuisine and culture.

The Kimchi Chronicles

The Kimchi Chronicles
  • Author : Marja Vongerichten
  • Publisher : Rodale Books
  • Pages : 272
  • Relase : 2011-08-02
  • ISBN : 9781609611286

The Kimchi Chronicles Book Review:

Long a favorite of in-the-know foodies, Korean cuisine is a hot food trend, with dishes like bibimbap and kimchi popping up on menus nationwide. In a PBS series, Marja Vongerichten and three-star Michelin chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten gave viewers an insider's look at Korea as they travel the country and experience its authentic flavors and cultural traditions. As the show's companion cookbook, The Kimchi Chronicles includes a recipe for every dish featured, explaining how they can be easily duplicated in an American kitchen. Chef Vongerichten also offers original dishes with a lighter, modern flair, showing how the flavors of the Korean table can be readily integrated into any meal. For lovers of Korean food, those eager to experiment in search of an accessible introduction to this intriguing cuisine, and readers who just want a little taste of culinary and cultural exploration outside the Western Hemisphere, The Kimchi Chronicles is sure to provide plenty of inspiration, information, and entertainment.

Curry & Kimchi

Curry & Kimchi
  • Author : Unmi Abkin,Roger Taylor
  • Publisher : Storey Publishing, LLC
  • Pages : 176
  • Relase : 2019-10-29
  • ISBN : 9781635861594

Curry & Kimchi Book Review:

From Unmi Abkin and Roger Taylor, owners of the popular western Massachusetts restaurant Coco and The Cellar Bar, come the secrets to creating bold, balanced dishes built on the foundational flavors of Asian cooking in the home kitchen.

Koreatown

Koreatown
  • Author : Deuki Hong,Matt Rodbard
  • Publisher : Clarkson Potter
  • Pages : 272
  • Relase : 2016-02-16
  • ISBN : 9780804186148

Koreatown Book Review:

A New York Times bestseller and one of the most praised Korean cookbooks of all time, you'll explore the foods and flavors of Koreatowns across America through this collection of 100 recipes. This is not your average "journey to Asia" cookbook. Koreatown is a spicy, funky, flavor-packed love affair with the grit and charm of Korean cooking in America. Koreatowns around the country are synonymous with mealtime feasts and late-night chef hangouts, and Deuki Hong and Matt Rodbard show us why through stories, interviews, and over 100 delicious, super-approachable recipes. It's spicy, it's fermented, it's sweet and savory and loaded with umami: Korean cuisine is poised to break out in the U.S., but until now, the cookbooks have been focused on taking readers on an idealized Korean journey. Koreatown, though, is all about what's real and happening right here: the foods of Korean American communities all over our country, from L.A. to New York City, from Atlanta to Chicago. We follow Rodbard and Hong through those communities with stories and recipes for everything from beloved Korean barbecue favorites like bulgogi and kalbi to the lesser-known but deeply satisfying stews, soups, noodles, salads, drinks, and the many kimchis of the Korean American table.

Cook Korean!

Cook Korean!
  • Author : Robin Ha
  • Publisher :
  • Pages : 175
  • Relase : 2016
  • ISBN : 9781607748878

Cook Korean! Book Review:

"Ha presents ... comics that fully illustrate all the steps and ingredients necessary for all 64 [Korean] recipes in a ... concise presentation (with no more than 2 pages per recipe on average). Recipes featured include easy kimchi (makkimchi), spicy bok choy (cheonggyeongche muchim), and seaweed rice roll (kimbap), among many other dishes"--

Korean American

Korean American
  • Author : Eric Kim
  • Publisher : Clarkson Potter
  • Pages : 288
  • Relase : 2022-03-29
  • ISBN : 9780593233504

Korean American Book Review:

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • ONE OF THE MOST ANTICIPATED COOKBOOKS OF 2022—Time, Food52, Eater, Food & Wine, Thrillist, Book Riot An homage to what it means to be Korean American with delectable recipes that explore how new culinary traditions can be forged to honor both your past and your present. “This is such an important book. I savored every word and want to cook every recipe!”—Nigella Lawson, author of Cook, Eat, Repeat New York Times staff writer Eric Kim grew up in Atlanta, the son of two Korean immigrants. Food has always been central to his story, from Friday-night Korean barbecue with his family to hybridized Korean-ish meals for one—like Gochujang-Buttered Radish Toast and Caramelized-Kimchi Baked Potatoes—that he makes in his tiny New York City apartment. In his debut cookbook, Eric shares these recipes alongside insightful, touching stories and stunning images shot by photographer Jenny Huang. Playful, poignant, and vulnerable, Korean American also includes essays on subjects ranging from the life-changing act of leaving home and returning as an adult, to what Thanksgiving means to a first-generation family, complete with a full holiday menu—all the while teaching readers about the Korean pantry, the history of Korean cooking in America, and the importance of white rice in Korean cuisine. Recipes like Gochugaru Shrimp and Grits, Salt-and-Pepper Pork Chops with Vinegared Scallions, and Smashed Potatoes with Roasted-Seaweed Sour Cream Dip demonstrate Eric's prowess at introducing Korean pantry essentials to comforting American classics, while dishes such as Cheeseburger Kimbap and Crispy Lemon-Pepper Bulgogi with Quick-Pickled Shallots do the opposite by tinging traditional Korean favorites with beloved American flavor profiles. Baked goods like Milk Bread with Maple Syrup and Gochujang Chocolate Lava Cakes close out the narrative on a sweet note. In this book of recipes and thoughtful insights, especially about his mother, Jean, Eric divulges not only what it means to be Korean American but how, through food and cooking, he found acceptance, strength, and the confidence to own his story.

Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking

Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking
  • Author : Emily Kim,Lauren Chattman,Maangchi Kim,Maangchi
  • Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Pages : 320
  • Relase : 2015-05-19
  • ISBN : 9780544129894

Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking Book Review:

Explore the rich diversity of Korean cooking in your own kitchen! Maangchi gives you the essentials of Korean cooking, from bibimbap to brewing your own rice liquor.

Kimchi

Kimchi
  • Author : Byung-Hi Lim & Byung-Soon Lim
  • Publisher : Pavilion
  • Pages : 144
  • Relase : 2014-12-08
  • ISBN : 9781910496244

Kimchi Book Review:

You can’t really imagine Korea without kimchi. For thousands of years, their fermented vegetables have been absolutely essential at meals. In Korea, kimchi is so much more than food – it is a national cultural treasure, a universal health food and a part of the Korean identity. Koreans are obsessed with good food, and the Lim family is no exception. For two generations, they have retained the proud tradition of kimchi at the Arirang Resturant in Stockholm. This book contains the family’s most popular recipes – common, as well as rarer, kimchi recipes, Korean everyday food and the ever recurring bi-bim-bap (which literally means ‘mixed rice’). The Lim family present their version of a classic with lettuce, cabbage, chilli and ginger, but also the popular radish kimchi, kattugi, as well as the more unusual varieties with pumpkin, oysters, mushrooms, roots and other vegetables. Sourish, hot and tasty, kimchi is a wonderful accessory for most meals, not only Asian-style dishes but every imaginable Western dish. Here are ‘insider’ tips on how to go about fermenting vegetables at home. Considering it is so incredibly simple, the result is amazing, beautiful, tasty and healthy, thanks to the built-in riches of good bacteria cultures found in vegetables.

Seoul Food Korean Cookbook

Seoul Food Korean Cookbook
  • Author : Naomi Imatome-Yun
  • Publisher : Rockridge Press
  • Pages : 232
  • Relase : 2017-04-13
  • ISBN : 1623159466

Seoul Food Korean Cookbook Book Review:

Learn deliciously authentic Korean cooking, from traditional Korean favorites to modern recipes including Seoul-Style fusion. Food writer Naomi Imatome-Yun grew up in the American suburbs helping her Korean grandmother cook Korean classics and has spent over 15 years helping Korean Americans and non-Korean Americans alike discover how easy and delectable authentic Korean cooking can be. Seoul Food Korean Cooking includes: 135 step-by-step recipes for Korean barbecue, kimchi, and more, including Sliced Barbecued Beef (bulgogi) like mom used to make and those Spicy Stir-Fried Rice Cakes (tteokbokki) you loved on your trip to Korea Special chapters for Korean bar food (anju) like Pork Bone Soup (gamjatang) and fusion favorites like Army Base Stew (budae chigae) An overview of Korean cooking and fun tidbits on food customs, table manners, and restaurant dining tips Detailed lists of kitchen essentials, pantry staples, and Korean cooking ingredients, with photos and shopping resources to aid the home chef

Eating Korean

Eating Korean
  • Author : Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee
  • Publisher : Wiley
  • Pages : 272
  • Relase : 2005-01-21
  • ISBN : 0764540785

Eating Korean Book Review:

Experience the savory secrets of the "other" Asian cuisine In Eating Korean, the gifted food writer and award-winning chef Cecilia Hae Jin-Lee invites us to join her in discovering the unique cuisine and culture of her native land. Pairing delectable, authentic recipes with personal recollections and details on Korean traditions, Eating Korean offers an accessible and tempting introduction to the fresh and flavorful world of Korean cooking. "Cecilia's stories remind me of my childhood. You can picture everyday Korean life while reading this book. The recipes keep Korean traditions well, yet are easy to follow. This is the best Korean cookbook published in English." --Sejung Kim, Media/PR Manager, Korean Cultural Center "Eating Korean contains not just recipes, but charming sketches of Korean life that bring this delicious, healthful cuisine to life. The recipes are so clear and simple, I'll use them often." --Barbara Hansen, and James Beard Award-winning author

Agricola Cookbook

Agricola Cookbook
  • Author : Josh Thomsen
  • Publisher : Burgess Lea Press
  • Pages : 240
  • Relase : 2015-05-26
  • ISBN : 1941868002

Agricola Cookbook Book Review:

The official cookbook of Agricola, the celebrated farm-to-table restaurant in Princeton, NJ. Taking its name from the Latin for “farmer,” Agricola is a community-minded eatery in Princeton, New Jersey, offering locally sourced food in a warm, stylish atmosphere. It’s a farm-supported restaurant with its heart in the right place—and now, a cookbook with 100 inspired recipes, including Sweet Corn Soup with Bacon and Smoked Paprika Oil, Flatiron Steak with Green Garlic Gremolata and a kale salad so good it puts other kale salads to shame. Along with his talented kitchen staff, executive chef Josh Thomsen, a French Laundry alum, presents soups, salads, starters, preserves, braised and roasted meats, desserts, brunch dishes, signature cocktails and more. From spicy mushroom flatbread crowned with a sunny fried egg to warm Granny Smith apple bread pudding, the recipes are accessible and totally appealing. Despite its official nickname, the Garden State, New Jersey is still in the early stages of its farm-to-table scene. The people behind Agricola are out to change all that. Along with its own 112-acre Great Road Farm supplying the restaurant (and enthusiastic downtown Princeton CSA customers) with a variety of seasonal produce, chicken and eggs, Agricola supports New Jersey foragers, specialty growers and local family farms. Farmer Steve Tomlinson takes us for a tour around the farm, sharing his wisdom and insight from a handful of seeds to bushels of full-grown squash.

Judy Joo's Korean Soul Food

Judy Joo's Korean Soul Food
  • Author : Judy Joo
  • Publisher : White Lion Publishing
  • Pages : 224
  • Relase : 2019-10-07
  • ISBN : 9780711251670

Judy Joo's Korean Soul Food Book Review:

‘Judy Joo captures the flavors and the heart of Korean food and switches things up just enough to make them accessible and familiar, but not so much that you lose the soul of the recipe. It's an art!’ Sunny Anderson Fresh from the success of Korean Food Made Simple, chef Judy Joo is back with a brand new collection of recipes that celebrate the joys of Korean comfort food and get straight to the heart and soul of the kitchen. Drawing on her own heritage and international experience, Judy presents recipes that appeal to everyone, from street food to snacks and sharing plates, kimchi to Ko-Mex fusion food, and dumplings to desserts. Through clear, easy-to-understand recipes and gorgeous photography, Judy will help you master the basics before putting her signature fun, unexpected twist on the classics, including Philly Cheesesteak dumplings and a full English breakfast–inspired Bibimbap bowl. With over 100 recipes, helpful glossaries, and tips on how to stock the perfect Korean store cupboard, there's something for amateur chefs and accomplished home cooks alike. So much more than rice and fried chicken, these truly unique recipes are simple, delicious, and will have everyone clamoring for more.

Our Korean Kitchen

Our Korean Kitchen
  • Author : Jordan Bourke,Rejina Pyo
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Pages : 272
  • Relase : 2017-04-18
  • ISBN : 9781681881867

Our Korean Kitchen Book Review:

Korean food is quickly becoming the biggest trend in the culinary world—Our Korean Kitchen will be your inspiring guide to bringing this delicious and healthy cuisine to your table. Critically acclaimed chef and food writer Jordan and his Korean wife Rejina provide a cultural history of the food of Korea giving context to the recipes that follow. This comprehensive collection of 100+ authentic and accessible dishes explores the ingredients and techniques needed to master Korean cooking. From how to stock a Korean pantry, to full menu ideas, to recipes for every meal and craving, this is the only guide to Korean cooking you’ll ever need. You’ll find delicious recipes for Bibimbap, Kimchi Fried Rice, Crispy Chili Rice Cakes, Chicken Dumpling Soup, Seafood & Silken Tofu Stew, Pickled Garlic, Seafood & Spring Onion Pancakes, Shrimp and Sweet Potato Tempura, Knife-cut Noodles in Seafood Broth, Soy-Marinated Crab, Grilled Pork Belly with Sesame Dip, Grilled Beef Short Ribs, Deep Fried Honey Cookies, and so much more! Chapters: Rice & Savory Porridge Soups & Stews Vegetables, Pickles & Sides Pancakes, Fritters & Tofu Noodles Fish Meat Dessert

The Korean Vegan Cookbook

The Korean Vegan Cookbook
  • Author : Joanne Lee Molinaro
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Pages : 336
  • Relase : 2021-10-12
  • ISBN : 9780593084274

The Korean Vegan Cookbook Book Review:

THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST NEW COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Epicurious • EATER • Stained Page • Infatuation • Spruce Eats • Publisher’s Weekly • Food52 • Toronto Star The dazzling debut cookbook from Joanne Lee Molinaro, the home cook and spellbinding storyteller behind the online sensation @thekoreanvegan Joanne Lee Molinaro has captivated millions of fans with her powerfully moving personal tales of love, family, and food. In her debut cookbook, she shares a collection of her favorite Korean dishes, some traditional and some reimagined, as well as poignant narrative snapshots that have shaped her family history. As Joanne reveals, she’s often asked, “How can you be vegan and Korean?” Korean cooking is, after all, synonymous with fish sauce and barbecue. And although grilled meat is indeed prevalent in some Korean food, the ingredients that filled out bapsangs on Joanne’s table growing up—doenjang (fermented soybean paste), gochujang (chili sauce), dashima (seaweed), and more—are fully plant-based, unbelievably flavorful, and totally Korean. Some of the recipes come straight from her childhood: Jjajangmyun, the rich Korean-Chinese black bean noodles she ate on birthdays, or the humble Gamja Guk, a potato-and-leek soup her father makes. Some pay homage: Chocolate Sweet Potato Cake is an ode to the two foods that saved her mother’s life after she fled North Korea. The Korean Vegan Cookbook is a rich portrait of the immigrant experience with life lessons that are universal. It celebrates how deeply food and the ones we love shape our identity.

Maangchi's Big Book of Korean Cooking

Maangchi's Big Book of Korean Cooking
  • Author : Maangchi,Martha Rose Shulman
  • Publisher : Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Pages : 448
  • Relase : 2019
  • ISBN : 9781328988126

Maangchi's Big Book of Korean Cooking Book Review:

The definitive book on Korean cuisine by "YouTube's Korean Julia Child"* and the author of Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking *New York Times

My Korea: Traditional Flavors, Modern Recipes

My Korea: Traditional Flavors, Modern Recipes
  • Author : Hooni Kim
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Pages : 352
  • Relase : 2020-04-07
  • ISBN : 9780393634532

My Korea: Traditional Flavors, Modern Recipes Book Review:

An Epicurious Spring 2020 "Book We Want to Cook from Now" • An Eater Best Cookbook of Spring 2020 • A Food52 "Best New Cookbook of 2020…So Far" • A New York Times "New Cookbook Worth Buying" A Michelin-starred chef known for defining Korean food in America brings a powerful culinary legacy into your kitchen. Simple rice cakes drenched in a spicy sauce. Bulgogi sliders. A scallion pancake (pajeon) the New York Times calls “the essential taste of Korean cuisine.” For years Hooni Kim’s food has earned him raves, including a Michelin Star—the first ever awarded to a Korean restaurant—for Danji. His background in world-class French and Japanese kitchens seamlessly combines with his knowledge of the techniques of traditional Korean cuisine to create uniquely flavorful dishes. My Korea, his long-awaited debut cookbook, introduces home cooks to the Korean culinary trinity: doenjang, ganjang, and gochujang (fermented soybean paste, soy sauce, and fermented red chili paste). These key ingredients add a savory depth and flavor to the 90 recipes that follow, from banchan to robust stews. His kimchis call upon the best ingredients and balance a meal with a salty, sour, and spicy kick. Elevated classics include one-bowl meals like Dolsot Bibimbap (Sizzling-Hot Stone Bowl Bibimbap), Haemul Sundubu Jjigae (Spicy Soft Tofu Stew with Seafood), and Mul Naengmyeon (Buckwheat Noodles in Chilled Broth). Dishes meant for sharing pair well with soju or makgeolli, an unfiltered rice beer, and include Budae Jjigae (Spicy DMZ Stew) and Fried Chicken Wings. Complete with thoughtful notes on techniques and sourcing and gorgeous photography from across Korea, this cookbook will be an essential resource for home cooks, a celebration of the deliciousness of Korean food by a master chef.

My Rice Bowl

My Rice Bowl
  • Author : Rachel Yang,Jess Thomson
  • Publisher : Sasquatch Books
  • Pages : 320
  • Relase : 2017-09-26
  • ISBN : 9781632170798

My Rice Bowl Book Review:

From James Beard Best Chef-nominee Rachel Yang, My Rice Bowl is a cookbook with 75 recipes based on her deeply comforting Korean fusion cuisine, inspired by cultures from around the world. As co-owner of the popular Seattle restaurants, Joule, Trove, and Revel, and Portland's Revelry, chef Rachel Yang delights with her unique Korean fusion—think noodles, dumplings, pickles, pancakes, and barbecue. Along with her husband, Seif Chirchi, Yang serves food that exemplifies cross-cultural cooking at its most gratifying. In the cookbook you’ll find the restaurants’ kimchi recipe, of course, but there’s so much more—seaweed noodles with crab and crème fraîche, tahini-garlic grilled pork belly, fried cauliflower with miso bagna cauda, chipotle-spiked pad thai, Korean-taco pickles, and the ultimate Korean fried chicken (served with peanut brittle shards for extra crunch). There are rice bowls too—with everything from lamb curry to charred shiitake mushrooms—but this book goes way beyond bibimbap. In many ways, the book, like Yang’s restaurants, is analogous to a rice bowl; underpinning everything is Yang’s strict childhood in Korea and the food memories it engrained in her. But on top you’ll taste a mosaic of flavors from across the globe, plus a dash of her culinary alma maters, Per Se and Alain Ducasse. This is the authentic, cutting-edge fusion food of a Korean immigrant who tried everything she could to become an American, but only became one when she realized that her culture—among many—is what makes America so delicious today.

Learning Korean: Recipes for Home Cooking

Learning Korean: Recipes for Home Cooking
  • Author : Peter Serpico
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Pages : 240
  • Relase : 2022-05-10
  • ISBN : 9781324003236

Learning Korean: Recipes for Home Cooking Book Review:

A “wildly inventive” (Food & Wine) James Beard Award–winning chef interprets one of Asia’s greatest cuisines for the everyday eater. The best Korean food is Korean home cooking. The cornerstones of every meal are kimchi and white rice, and once you unlock that perfect marriage of flavor, the universe of wholesome, vegetable-centric cooking will inspire healthy eating, every day. In this insightful and endearing cookbook, new flavors, techniques, and ways to enjoy one of the world’s greatest cuisines are revealed by chef and father Peter Serpico. Born in Seoul and raised in Maryland, Serpico’s route to Korean food came long after making a name for himself in New York City restaurants. His first bites of marinated short ribs and black bean noodles tasted like home, and a love affair with the flavors and techniques of his birthplace began. His debut cookbook draws from his decades of professional cooking experience to elevate the greatest hits of at-home Korean dishes. Serpico’s brilliant Instant Kimchi brings home the funk of fermented cabbage in record time, his hearty interpretation of gamjatang is a Spicy Pork Rib Stew to share, and his classic noodle and rice cake dishes borrow from grandma with clever spins for the modern, busy parent. BBQ fans will love a Korea-fied roast chicken and a sweet-and-spicy grilled cauliflower. Across 100 recipes, Serpico shares his philosophy of eating, his personal journey into food, and a connection to family that promises satisfaction and comfort for cooks of all backgrounds. Also featured: Beautiful photographs of nearly every dish, including more challenging techniques An arsenal of condiments to elevate any meat or vegetable dish Desserts and drinks that will appeal to even the pickiest child eaters Tricks and tips for putting together healthy weekday meals

Korean Cooking Favorites

Korean Cooking Favorites
  • Author : Hyegyoung K. Ford
  • Publisher : Page Street Publishing
  • Pages : 192
  • Relase : 2019-10-15
  • ISBN : 1624148697

Korean Cooking Favorites Book Review:

The creator of the blog Beyond Kimchee shares the delicious, fail-safe Korean recipes she ate growing up in South Korea, and now cooks for her own busy family. Readers will find accessible ingredients, quick cook times, and unbeatably delicious, authentic flavors. From hot and spicy, to light and healthy, to warm and comforting, these recipes are sure to please any crowd. Spicy Korean Fried Chicken is perfectly crispy and surprisingly easy to make at home. Spinach Shrimp Pancakes are golden on the outside, soft and tender on the inside, perfect with a tangy, spicy dipping sauce. The Eggplant & Crispy Minced Pork Rice Bowl is a quick dinner that packs mighty flavor. No Korean meal is complete without an array of Banchan, or sides. With options such as Pan-Fried Tofu with Chili, Spicy Cucumber Salad, Addictive Soy Sauce Eggs and more, there are plenty to choose from. And don’t forget the kimchi! Readers will learn to make seven different varieties of this healthy Korean staple: from the classic Easy Fresh Cabbage Kimchi to Cilantro Kimchi and Non-Spicy Kimchi for Kids of All Ages. With gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options, these recipes make real Korean cooking more accessible than ever.