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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.
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.
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.
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.
"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!"
Growing up in a Korean family, making dumplings was a monthly ritual—with a crispy, golden-brown reward.
The Korean American chef, author and television personality tells V.F. London about the women who inspire her.
The Korean-American chef Judy Joo combines her cultural roots and twin passions with these easy-to-make recipes.
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…
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.
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.
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