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A Warm Hug in a Bowl of Porridge

A Warm Hug in a Bowl of Porridge

Every day after school, my mom would feed me the same thing: juk—Korean rice porridge—with kimchi and Spam. It was my afternoon snack of choice, a simple bowl I often opted for even over a McDonald’s Happy meal.

Read more at The Epoch Times

How to create the perfect picnic

How to create the perfect picnic

Along with a bike ride or a dip in the sea, an alfresco feast in one of the great joys of summer. Three experts share their top tips with Tania Ballantine.

Read more at Waitrose Weekend Online

Simple hacks to improve BBQ skills

Simple hacks to improve BBQ skills and avoid cooking outdoor disasters

Serving burned food, dishing up meat products to vegetarians and being forced to call the fire brigade are among the nation's most frequent BBQ disasters.

Read more at Wales Online

Master the barbecue

Master the barbecue with celebrity chef Judy Joo’s top tips

As Britain comes in as one of the worst barbecuing nations in the world, the co-founder of Seoul Bird offers Sean Russell her expertise on how best to up our grill game.

Read more at the Independent

Judy Joo's Korean-Style Hanger Steak

Judy Joo's Korean-Style Hanger Steak with Scallions & Ginger

"I absolutely love hanger steak, and this marinade kicks the flavor up to the next level," says the celebrity chef and television host. "Even just 15 minutes in the marinade will do the trick!"

Read more from people.com

Memories of Mandu

Memories of Mandu

Growing up in a Korean family, making dumplings was a monthly ritual—with a crispy, golden-brown reward.

Read more at The Epoch Times

Judy Joo on the Women Who Inspire Her

Judy Joo on the Women Who Inspire Her

The Korean American chef, author and television personality tells V.F. London about the women who inspire her.

Read more at Vanity Fair

Judy Joo's Korean mac and cheese

Judy Joo's Korean mac and cheese is a game changer

The Korean-American chef Judy Joo combines her cultural roots and twin passions with these easy-to-make recipes.

Read more from GQ

The C&TH Guide To Korean Culture In London

The C&TH Guide To Korean Culture In London

Korean-American chef Judy Joo – renowned as the host of popular US show Korean Food Made Simple – shares her K-food favourites and exciting upcoming projects…

Read more from Country and Town House

Judy Joo explores Bali

Judy Joo explores all that the city of Ubud, Bali has to offer and brings you her Bali food guide

It's nearly 6am in Ubud, Bali, and I'm standing in a long queue of local women in front of a street cart teeming full of repurposed dented plastic water bottles, each boasting a different magical concoction.

Read more at Foodism

Try These Chef-Approved Dishes In Bali

Try These Chef-Approved Dishes In Bali

When chef Judy Joo agreed to be a speaker at the 2019 Ubud Food Festival, the Cooking Channel host of Korean Food Made Simple had an ulterior motive: it gave her the opportunity to eat her way through Bali.

Read more at forbes.com

A Recipe for Bold Decision-Making

A Recipe for Bold Decision-Making

Judy Joo recalls the day she made the biggest decision of her career. “It was on a weekend,” she says, while prepping her signature Korean chicken soup in her light-filled kitchen in central London.

Read more from the New York Times

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@judyjoochef Instagram profile imageJap Chae noodles are totally habit forming with their toothsome springy texture and nutty roasted sesame oil.  I will throw in any seasonal vegetables— anything from sprouting broccoli, red onions, carrots, and wild garlic shoots. You can easily make this dish vegetarian or plant based, I love it with tofu and a medley of earthy wild mushrooms.  I sometimes even make a luxurious version with sea urchins and caviar. Yum! 
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London based, Korean-American Chef, @judyjoochef is the founder of @seoulbirduk and has also recently joined the Food Council for @cityharvestlondon & @cityharvestnyc. ⁠
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We caught up with her to talk all things food and philanthropy, plus she's also prepared an easy and heartwarming Spiced Butternut Squash Soup recipe, one of her staple dishes to see you through the winter months.⁠
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Read the full piece and get the recipe via the link in bio 🔗2 weeks ago via Instagram
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