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  • in reply to: Best grill plate for Korean BBQ? #52501
    stanford
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    Let us know how that thing turns out. Hopefully you don’t get rocks in your bulgogi!

    in reply to: Best grill plate for Korean BBQ? #52497
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    This JC Stone Stove Top is interesting. I’m going to guess that the middle is made of stone?

    I haven’t used one of those in a long time. I can’t say I’ve tried this model. I reckon a lot of Koreans would tell you stone is better than metal, but personally I’d need to try it first.

    The other model is what I’m used to. Should be fine.

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    in reply to: Translation Help—>wakame seaweed #52422
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    in reply to: ULTIMATE KOREAN GROCERY STORE LIST! #52398
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    This list might be a little old. But for NY/NJ it looks pretty accurate.

    in reply to: Teriyaki zucchini and mushrooms #52389
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    Wow, this looks great! I’m going to have to try this, it looks easy enough for me.

    in reply to: Kogi in LA #52359
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    That’s funny, I was just having this same conversation today. There’s no way this would be very good. Or at least, not good "Korean food."

    This truck is all over the media, I think it’s the whole Twitter angle that fascinates reporters. And the Kogi guys themselves say half the experience is the fact that you’re waiting in line so long with a bunch of strangers.

    It’s the same as any other line, of course, except you read about it on Twitter.

    I mean, check this out:

    http://midtownlunch.com/2009/06/08/at-lunch-now-live-coverage-of-the-kogi-bbqdessert-truck-midtown-mash-up/

    In line so long for that little $4 quesedilla! It’s hard to believe.

    Maybe someone from LA can check this out and report back?

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    in reply to: You Chun (Palisades Park, New Jersey, USA) #52209
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    Ok buckytom, I’ll check out so moon nan jip next time I go to NJ and report back here. Sounds good already!

    Thanks for the recommendation.

    in reply to: You Chun (Palisades Park, New Jersey, USA) #52207
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    Ok I got a chance to go to Palisades Park and have some naengmyun at You Chun.

    This place was packed! Every table was taken, this is at 3pm on a Sunday afternoon. Pretty much every customer was Korean, many of them directly from the old country. I had naengmyun and steamed mandu, the mandu was excellent, the naengmyun very good, probably 4/5 stars. It was a little lacking in flavor but overall quite good. I’d recommend it to anyone.

    There are a ton of places there on Broad St, but of course I was too full to try any of them. Hopefully someone will review a few more places from the area (buckytom, you still there?) and I promise to add a few more reviews myself.

    in reply to: You Chun (Palisades Park, New Jersey, USA) #52206
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    Thanks buckytom. Looks like I need to check this out.

    I’ll post some reviews afterwards, and let you know what I find.

    in reply to: You Chun (Palisades Park, New Jersey, USA) #52204
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    I’d love to get more reviews from NJ, as I don’t know much about the area. I thought Fort Lee was the main NJ Koreatown? Is there much going on in Palisades Park?

    in reply to: Writing Korean restaurant reviews #52196
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    This is a great idea for people like me, who enjoy eating much more than cooking. I’m a lot better at the eating part, too!

    Thanks! Some restaurant reviews, coming up!

    in reply to: Kim Bap 김밥 #51889
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    Hey gongju check this out:

    https://www.maangchi.com/recipes/kimbap

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