Posted 23 September 2010 - 02:30 PM
You guys know a lot more than I thought you whiteys:funny1: would know.
Ive heard about that korean taco thing from another big foodie(Motti),I NEED to try that,One of my favorites is the spicy pork belly cooked crisp right in front of you.
I actually thought to sell it on lot,but really,do you think peeps would by it?I mean Kim-chee smells waaaay too bad and it seems only die hards eat it,and Bul gogi and kal-bi=too expensive.I was thinking for winter tour ,something noodle soupy,like udon /soba with meats and chinese veggies(bok choy,baby corn looking things,bean sprouts)
Posted 23 September 2010 - 03:03 PM
Posted 23 September 2010 - 03:05 PM
a lot of us are foodies
Love It,Kramer,koreans love their hot spicey soups as well,a good one to try is dubu jigae(spicey soup with pork belly and tofu ,scallions,a clam(I mean just 1 clam for some reason)with sticky white rice)
Oh man ,why am I writing this,Im soo hungry
Posted 23 September 2010 - 03:34 PM
when I lived in Boston, we used to go to the Super 88 food market, which is basically an Asian supermarket on one side and an Asian food court on the other side. I was always intrigued by the Korean soups (they come in these GIANT bowls!) but at the time I wasn't eating meat, so there wasn't much I could order there.
might have to make a special trip next time I'm there
Posted 23 September 2010 - 08:22 PM
Posted 24 September 2010 - 01:23 PM
There was a great little Korean place in Ft. Collins, CO. A wonderful Korean couple who basically opened up shop in their home and had 4 little tables in their dining room. Max # of dinners was about 18 and they didn't take reservations. You definitely had to time it right, but it was well worth it. Yum!
Colorodo has a lot of Koreans there for some reason,my moms there.