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  • in reply to: new recipe#53278
    rv65
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    Donkatsu isn’t that hard to make.

    http://japanesefood.about.com/od/pork/r/tonkatsu.htm

    Pork fillet can be substituted for pork chop.

    There are tons of Donkatsu recipes and it’s not that hard to make. It’s very much like making schitznel. As far as the sauces go you can always use either the ketchup based sauce or the soy based sauce. Kikkoman sells a katsu sauce or you can search for a recipe for katsu sauce.

    Hope this helps.

    in reply to: Korean font#52625
    rv65
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    I think Ubuntu Linux does a better job at rendering asian fonts than Windows.

    in reply to: Creamy Peanut Butter Fudge#53052
    rv65
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    It does sound delicious.

    in reply to: Duk Bae Gi Bulgogi#52441
    rv65
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    It sounds like it’s bulgogi cooked in a stone pot or a stew version of it. I have eaten Bulgogi in a stone pot with beef broth and lots of vegetables in a Restaurant in Minnesota.

    in reply to: San Diego loves Maangchi#53016
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    I’m a San Diegan who also loves this site.

    in reply to: Green Bean Kimchi?#52769
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    Powerplantop,

    Looks delicious!

    in reply to: Korean font#52624
    rv65
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    Vista and Windows 7 have Korean fonts I think. Same with OSX. Linux has Korean fonts and it will display Korean text right out of the box. It does a great job of displaying Korean text at the top bar.

    in reply to: Korean font#52623
    rv65
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    Vista and Windows 7 have Korean fonts I think. Same with OSX. Linux has Korean fonts and it will display Korean text right out of the box. It does a great job of displaying Korean text at the top bar.

    in reply to: living in denmark where to buy korean ingredients?#52477
    rv65
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    Their site also seems to be optimized for IE and not Firefox or other browsers. You could use IETab or use IE instead for this site.

    in reply to: living in denmark where to buy korean ingredients?#52476
    rv65
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    http://www.asiakauf.com/

    This seems to be a great online site and they do ship to Denmark. They also have an english page so you don’t have to speak German or Korean.

    in reply to: dagee bulgogi#52688
    rv65
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    It’s got a lot of requests so I think she’ll make it someday. Some people use Sprite or some clear citrus soda but most don’t.

    in reply to: Kogi in LA#52363
    rv65
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    It must be good since people wait in line for hours just to get it. They also use twitter so that people can find out where they’re going.

    in reply to: Hello from San Diego#52630
    rv65
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    It’s a smaller market though but who knows if they have songpyeon.

    in reply to: Hello from San Diego#52628
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    swsd,

    Try First Korean Market. I’ve never been there but they might just have it.

    4625 Convoy St

    (between Dagget St & Opportunity Rd)

    San Diego, CA 92111

    It’s located in Convoy and it’s not too far from Zion Market.

    in reply to: Greetings from San Diego, CA#52616
    rv65
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    I’m also from San Diego and I’ve cooked some of Maangchi’s recipes.

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