Tag Archives: momofuku

A Rookie Post on Ramps

Smoke, cure, pickle, forage? I’ve never been much of a forager. The one exception is from when I lived in California, up and out of the valley in the Sierra Nevadas, east of Chico. Before I started teaching I studied birds … Continue reading

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Digging into Momofuku

This book is awesome. It’s pork-centric, old fashioned Korean food in some ways (which is great), pan-Asian in others (also great), and it takes those traditional culinary roots and expands on them, rather than being bound by them. Did I … Continue reading

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