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Korean Cuisine

Author : Michael J. Pettid
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Over the last two millennia, Korean food dishes and their complex preparations have evolved along with the larger cultural and social upheavals experienced by the nation. Pettid charts the historical development of the cuisine, using literary and historical accounts to examine the ways that regional distinctions and historical transformations played out in the Korean diet.

Korean Cuisine

Author : Yongja Kim
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Korean Diaspora across the World

Author : Eun-Jeong Han
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This edited volume analyzes the Korean diaspora across the world and traces the meaning and the performance of homeland. The contributors explore different types of discourses among Korean diaspora across the world, such as personal/familial narratives, oral/life histories, public discourses, and media discourses. They also examine the notion of “space” to diasporic experiences, arguing meanings of space/place for Korean diaspora are increasingly multifaceted.

China Japan Korea

Author : Ju Brown
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This unique guide and reference book covers a wide range of topics and cultural issues pertaining to East Asia.

Korean Cuisine

Author : Haekyung Chung
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001. 서론 - 리더쉽을 보는 눈 002. 현대 정치학과 정치 리더쉽 003. 머리말/현대 정치학에 대한 비적 검토 004. 정치 리더쉽에 대한 이론적 논의/주요 연구사례들 005. 한국의 정치 리더쉽 006. 기존 연구의 개괄적 검토/역대 대통령의 리더쉽 연구/ 007. 역대대통령 리더쉽의 유형과 공통점/ 008. 정치 엘리트 연구와 엘리트의 사회적 배경/맺음말 009. 미래의 정치인 010. 한국정치의 주요 영향요인/미래 사회의 추세/미래리더쉽의 요건 011. 맺음말 - 리더쉽 연구의 방향

OECD Studies on Tourism Food and the Tourism Experience The OECD Korea Workshop

Author : OECD
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This publication provides an understanding of the role of food tourism in local economic development and its potential for country branding. It also presents several innovative case studies in the food tourism sector and the experience industry.

From Traditional Korean Cuisine

Author : Woul Young Chu
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Korean Food Guide

Author : The Korea Foundation
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Korean Food Guide 800 provides easy-to-understand information on 800 traditional and popular Korean foods, including homemade meals, side dishes, and soups, in English and Spanish! It also provides basic recipes and helpful information about popular Korean foods. Learn for yourself why Korean cuisine is the latest trend among people who value food that is flavorful as well as healthy and nutritious.

Discovering Korean Cuisine

Author : Allisa Park
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Provides recipes for a variety of authentic Korean dishes taken from top restaurants in Los Angeles.

Korean Cuisine

Author : Hyenon-suk Park
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Korean Food in Art

Author : Korean Food Promotion Institute
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The Korean people have a culinary history that is as long and colorful as the history of the nation, recorded not only in documents but vividly captured in the paintings of the time. This book, Korean Food in Art, comprises a selection of important genre paintings and documentary paintings of Joseon accompanied by commentary explaining the food featured in the works. It gives a vivid account of the everyday food and culinary culture of the Joseon people, the food set on tables for special occasions such as rites of passage and banquets in the royal court, and the process of producing food ingredients and cooking dishes to eat.

The Ultimate Korean Cookbook

Author : Ted Alling
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This book is designed for your assistance so that you can enjoy delicious Korean Food Recipes. Korean cuisine has a complex blend of dumplings, sweet and sour dishes, soups, stews, etc. If you want something healthy, try pickles and vegetable recipes. Korean cuisine is really good for health conscious people because of its ingredients and delicious taste. If you want to enjoy something unique, you should try these recipes. Korean cookbook has 25 unique recipes with complete instructions and images. This book will be a unique guide for those people who like to enjoy Korean recipes. If you want to throw a Korean themed party, you should try recipes given in this book. This book offers: - Korean Pancakes, Small Bites, and Dumplings - Salads, Kimchi, and Pickles - Meat and Vegetable Recipes in Korean Style - Drinks and Sweet Treats Download this book to enjoy Korean Cooking because there are 25 amazing recipes for everyone to try Korean cuisine.

Korean Cooking

Author : Louise Wynn
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This is the perfect Korean Cookbook for you if you have ever wanted to make authentic Korean food. Inside this book you are going to discover a few traditional Korean dishes that you can make. You will learn to make Korean Recipes such as: - Steamed mandu dumplings(Jjinmandu) - Spicy Sliced Pork (Jeyuk Bokkeum) - Soba Buckwheat Noodle Salad- (Memil Kuksu Selroda) - Zucchini Fritters - Hobak Jeon - Korean Tofu Vegetables - and much, much more! So, what are you waiting for? Grab a copy of this book and start cooking authentic Korean food today!

Guide to Practical English for Korean Cuisine

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Korean Cuisines

Author : Source Wikipedia
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Hwachae, List of Sources of Korean Culinary History, Korean Noodles, Korean Chinese Cuisine, Seolleongtang, Yeot, Hangwa, Pepero, Samgyetang, Taedonggang, Jeongol, List of Tteok Varieties, Jeonbokjuk, Jeotgal, Hotteok, Namul, Jokpyeon, Gomguk, Tarakjuk, Sungeoguk, Tteok

Korean Cookbook

Author : Roy Jung
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Do you love cooking freshly grilled meat with an assortment of colorful, delicious, and healthy banchan (Side dishes)? Do you have the desire to recreate your favorite Korean dishes at home? Then look no further! Our Korean cookbook is the perfect guide for you to start learning how to do Korean food at home with ease and confidence. Packed with the most necessary information and detailed guide on how to cook different recipes from appetizer to desserts, you won't need to buy another book other than this. Korean Cuisine is not that hard to learn and do. With the right knowledge, tools, and recipe, you will be able to cook your favorite Korean food in no time successfully.This book covers: -An Overview of Korean Cuisine-Must-have essential ingredients used in Korean Cooking-Necessary tools and equipment you need-Korean Appetizer and Side Dishes-Favorite Stews and Soups-Beef and Pork Dishes-Korean Poultry Dishes-Korean Seafood Dishes-Popular Korean Snacks you can make at home-Most-loved Korean Desserts and DrinksAnd much more!I'm very much excited to share this Korean culinary journey with you. I'm more excited to know that at the end of the day, you'll be able to recreate your favorite recipes and even discover new ones in the comfort of your own home. Ready to get started? Click "Buy Now"!


Author : Lambert M. Surhone
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Sannakji or sannakji hoe is a variety of hoe, or raw dish, in Korean cuisine. It consists of live nakji (hangul - a small octopus) that has been cut into small pieces and served immediately, usually lightly seasoned with sesame and sesame oil. The nakji pieces are usually still squirming on the plate. It can also be served whole. Because the suction cups on the arm pieces are still active when the dish is served, special care ought to be taken when eating sannakji. The active suction cups can cause swallowed pieces of arm to stick to the mouth or throat. This can also present a choking hazard for some people, particularly if they are intoxicated. One must thoroughly chew so that no piece is big enough to stick to one's throat. Some people like the feel of the pieces wriggling as swallowed, and so will not completely chew up the particles. Those who are new to eating sannakji should completely chew it up into tiny particles before swallowing.


Author : Yun Jin-ah
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In addition to being delicious,Korean food is also healthy and natural, making it perfectly suited for the global culinary trends of health consciousness, slow food, and environmental sensitivity. At first, people are attracted to Korean food because of its distinctive taste, but they later come to love it for its health benefits. Korean food is based on the philosophy that one’s food should be one’s medicine. In fact, doctors have even used Korean food instead of medicine to treat chronic diseases. Chapter 1 K-Food in the World K-Food: A New Global Food Trend Non-Koreans Share Korean Cuisine with the World Fine Dining Korean Restaurants Around the World and Star Korean Chefs Chapter 2 K-Food, a Harmony of Taste, Health, and Nature Nutritional Balance in the Korean Diet Nutritional Value and Health Benefits of Korean Ingredients Leading Ingredients, Seasonings, and Cooking Techniques Chapter 3 Nine of the Most Popular K-Foods Kimchi (baek-kimchi, Kimchi-bokkeum-bap, kimchi-Jeon) Bibimbap: Mixed Rice with Meat and Assorted Vegetables Bulgogi: Marinated Meat Cooked on the Grill Bossam: Napa Wraps with Pork Japchae: Stir-fried Glass Noodles and Vegetables Haemul-PaJeon: Seafood and Green Onion Pancake Makgeolli: Korean Traditional Rice Wine Samgye-tang: Ginseng Chicken Soup Tteok-bokki (Gungjung-Tteok-bokki) Chapter 4 Six Easy Tips for Korean Cooking Tip 1. Kimchi-based Dishes Tip 2. Creations with Korean Flavors Tip 3. Bulgogi Seasoning and Various Meat Dishes Tip 4. Korean Dishes for K-pop Parties Tip 5. Korean Soybean Dishes for Vegetarians Tip 6. Side Dishes - Not spicy, Healthy and Easy! A wide variety of plates and bowls are used to set a table with Hansik, or Korean food. Bap (cooked rice), and a bowl of soup made from either meat and vegetables or fish, are set in front of the diner. A large pot or bowl of stew is placed at the center of the table, while various banchan (side dishes) are neatly arranged on the table. All of these dishes are set together, and the harmony created by the vegetable dishes and meat dishes seasoned with fermented sauces which have been made over a long period of time with care, is what makes Hansik uniquely Korean. Despite this uniqueness and the variety of food that is offered, the only Korean foods that were familiar to non-Koreans were the simple Bulgogi or “Korean barbeque.” However, things have changed in recent years, and Korean food is now being recognized as a source for new and exciting culinary dishes. The reason for this is simple. People today are becoming increasingly conscious about their health, and the food that is offered is being tailored to suit these needs. Many are looking for organic or natural foods, “slow foods” and food that will help their overall well-being, and Korean cuisine meets all those requirements. Moreover, it is tasty.

Korean Vegetarian

Author : Young Jin Song
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Experience the pungent delights and health-giving properties of a vegetarian Korean diet.

Korean Food Made Simple

Author : Judy Joo
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Korean-American chef Judy Joo brings Korean food to the masses, proving that it’s fun and easy to prepare at home. Joo turns exotic dishes into over 100 accessible, original and delicious recipes, ranging from well-loved and popular dishes such as kimchi, sweet potato noodles (japchae), beef and vegetable rice bowl (bibimbap), and Korean Fried Chicken, to more creative, less traditional recipes like Spicy Pork Belly Cheese Steak, Krazy Korean Burgers, and Fried Fish with Kimchi Mayo and Sesame Mushy Peas. In addition, there are chapters devoted to sauces, desserts, and drinks as well as a detailed list for stocking a Korean pantry, making Korean Food Made Simple a beautiful and comprehensive guide to Korean food and flavours.