Friday, February 14, 2014

Amir Landsman: The Magic and Mystique of Korean Cuisine

Along with traditional dishes like kimchi and bibimbap, Amir Landsman has tried his hand at preparing a number of magical and medicinal dishes unique to Korean cuisine. Ceremonial foods, often served during festivals and religious holidays, include rice cakes, specially prepared noodles, soups, soju liquor and fried puffed rice. Anju are traditional snacks served with drinks that may help to stave off the side effects of excess alcohol consumption. Medicinal foods are referred to as boyangshik and include a number of delicacies that include beef bone soup, flower tea, carp, abalone, ginseng and even chicken soup.

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