pepper (chile pepper) paste). Various types of kimchi can be added as well: ''nabak kimchi'', ''dongchimi'' or ''baechu (Napa cabbage) kimchi''. Makguksu at Encyclopedia of Korean Culture Many recipes also add various vegetables and or soy sauce (Soy sauce#Korean soy sauce). ''Banchan'' (side dishes) vary in equal measure. In the Chuncheon area, the dish is frequently

Koreatown, Los Angeles

accessdate 2012-09-01 An example of a cultural interchange between Koreans and Latinos in Koreatown is the popularity of Korean-inspired taco trucks in Los Angeles that feature classic Mexican food infused with Korean ingredients. ref>

Koreatowns found in metropolitan areas including in Los Angeles (Koreatown, Los Angeles); Queens and Manhattan (Koreatown, Manhattan) in New York City; Palisades Park (Koreatown, Palisades Park) and Fort Lee (Koreatown, Fort Lee) in Bergen County, New Jersey; Annandale, Virginia; Philadelphia; Atlanta; Dallas; and Chicago (Albany Park, Chicago). Korean cuisine has unique and bold flavors, colors, and style: spicy oddities (kimchi, kaktugi, sam jang), long


for the salted fish. http: en restaurant 1062 ''Sikhye'' is a fermented rice punch served across Korea. The Andong variety, however, is particularly spicy, made with powdered red pepper, ginger, and radish. Sikhye contains lactobacillus, a benign strain of bacteria found in the gastrointestinal tract, and often used as a digestive aid in dishes including kimchi, yogurt, and sauerkraut


), Sangam-dong. The Tteok & Kitchen Utensil Museum and Kimchi Field Museum provide information regarding Korean culinary history. Religious monuments thumb Myeongdong Cathedral (File:Myeongdongchurch.jpg) left thumb Jongmyo Shrine (File:Jongmyo-Jeongjeon.jpg), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are also religious buildings that take important roles in Korean society and politics. The Wongudan altar was a sacrificial place where Korean rulers held heavenly rituals

* - Rudersdal (Rudersdal Municipality), Region Hovedstaden, Denmark image1 Starbucks at Ibn Battuta Mall Dubai.jpg caption1 Starbucks at Ibn Battuta Mall, Dubai image2 Starbucks Korea.JPG caption2 The store in Insadong, Seoul, South Korea with Hangeul script sign image3 StarbucksChinaXian.png caption3 Starbucks Coffee (星巴克咖啡) in mainland China The Kimchi Field Museum in Seoul has

documented 187 historic and current varieties of kimchi. Although the most common seasonings include brine, scallions and spices, ingredients can be replaced or added depending on the type of kimchi being made. Common seasonings also include ginger, chopped radish, garlic, ''saeujeot'' (hangul: 새우젓, shrimp sauce), and ''aekjeot (Fish sauce#Korean)'' (hangul: 액젓, fish sauce). Life and boxing career Kim was born in Gangwon (Gangwon-do (South Korea)) province, South


the Goryeo dynasty onwards. There are hundreds of vegetarian restaurants in Korea, although historically they have been local restaurants that are unknown to tourists. Most have buffets, with cold food, and vegetarian kimchi and tofu being the main features. ''Bibimbap'' is a common vegan dish. Menus change with seasons. Wine with the alcohol removed and fine teas (Korean tea) are also served. The Korean tea ceremony is suitable for all vegetarians and vegans, and began

K&i 241864&v 43 title 향토음식 鄕土飮食 trans_title Hyangto eumsik publisher Nate Encyclopedia of Korean Culture language Korean Kaesong cuisine was traditionally treated as part of Gyeonggi cuisine, since Kaesong belonged to Gyeonggi province until 1950. However, it has been incorporated into the administration of North Korea after the Korean War while Gyeonggi province is administered by South Korea. ''Bossam kimchi'' (wrapped kimchi), '' pyeonsu


(next to Hotel Africa). Unfortunately closed, but still famous for having served the only kimchi for 1,000 km! Pretty good Korean food, including cook-your-own bulgolgi and other favourites. (15°34'34.39"N, 32°33'0.70"E) *'''Mat'am 15 Cha'abi - Popular Restaurant 15'''. Al-Amarat, St 15 (on the square off Macro Supermarket Syrian Fresh Food 2, facing Kanon Hotel). Serves north of Sudan traditional gurasa (a large thick wheat pancake) or kisra (large thin pancake) with your

North Korea

Doosan Encyclopedia language Korean accessdate 15 July 2014 Rice dishes and kimchi are staple Korean food. In a traditional meal, they accompany both side dishes (''panch'an (Banchan)'') and main courses like ''juk (Juk (food))'', ''pulgogi (Bulgogi)'' or noodles. ''Soju'' liquor is the best-known traditional Korean spirit.

;, Hangi, Meat Pie (Australian and New Zealand meat pie), lamb (Lamb and mutton) * '''North Korea''' - Kimchi


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-to-restaurant run by a Korean women. Most other diners are Korean expats craving a taste of home. Most Korean favourites available, including dolsot bibimbap, and piles of Kimchi. No 'cook at your table' bulgolgi however. Moderately expensive. Alcohol available, but ask the price before ordering. F8 *'''China Town Restaurant''', Street 55, F-8 4. A large and popular Chinese restaurant. It offers Sichuan Cuisine with Firepot as one of its specialities coupled with the modern blend where


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