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- Item/ISBN: 9781565914582
- Publisher: Hollym
- Year: 2014
- Cover: Softcover
- Pages: 240
- Language: English
- Class: Book
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Here Are the 101 Korean Dishes You Should Know!
Good introduction to representative Korean traditional dishes.
You might obtain the knowledge and information on not only Korean dishes but Korean and Korean culture!
To enjoy Korean food culture with other citizens of the world, the Korean Food Foundation has attempted to investigate various resources on Korean food and to inform others about the value of modernized Korean cuisine. Hollym Corp., Publishers and the Korean Food Foundation published the book Korean Food 101: A Glimpse into Everyday Dining. This book is released to introduce representative 101 Korean traditional dishes for English readers.
This book consists of 10 chapters: “Cooked Grains and Porridge” “Noodles and Dumplings” “Soups” “Stews and Hot Pots” “Braised Dishes, Glazed Dishes and Stir-fried Dishes” “Grilled Dishes and Pan-fried Delicacies” “Sliced Raw Fish or Meat” “Kimchi” “Basic Side Dish” “Rice Cake, Korean Sweets and Beverages.” Readers could know the origins, common misconceptions, behind story of each Korean cuisine. The noticeable response of celebrities who tried to tasted Korean food, easy recipes for good taste, and prestigious locations for specific dishes are also introduced occasionally. Even more, all the Korean dishes are spelled in the Roman alphabet to best guide readers to correct reading and pronunciation.
Throughout the Korean Food 101, readers could easily get the knowledge and information on Korean dishes, because the book introduces dishes as not heavily. The book especially will be good for the people who do not know the details but have interests on Korean food and its culture. Furthermore, readers might understand not only Korean food but also Korean and Korean culture via reading the book. Additionally, they could get the answer of these questions: What does Korean mainly eat for a late-night snack? Why does Korean east sea mustard soup on their birthday?, Why do Korean have dried pollack soup for relieving hangover?, etc.