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This fried rice is a great way to use up kimchi that has been languishing in your refrigerator.

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Gamja jorim, or salty-sweet soy-simmered potatoes, is a common banchan (small plate) on the Korean table. For our version, we added gochujang (Korean fermented chili paste) for a little heat and extra umami.

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This is a simplified, not-too-spicy version of haemul jjampong, a fiery Korean seafood and noodle soup. Gochujang, or Korean chili paste, gives the broth with a bright red hue, as well as chili heat and a solid dose of umami.

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These thin-cut beef short ribs marinated in a garlicky soy mixture and cooked quickly on a hot grill are sweet, salty, meaty, fatty, charred, chewy-tender and utterly delicious.

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Made from rare Alphonso mangos, this puree tastes just like biting into one of the juicy fruits during peak season.

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Our take on a deep-dish quiche from Seattle, Washington’s Le Pichet restaurant uses crème fraîche and fewer eggs to lighten the rich yet airy showstopper.

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Lemon zest perfumes this simple cake, then a lemon syrup is poured on after baking to keep the crumb moist and add a layer of tangy-sweet flavor.

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Sweet, fruity, spicy and full of pleasantly fermented funk, gochujang has been a crucial ingredient in Korean cooking for centuries—so popular there’s an annual festival to celebrate it. But what is this bright red jang? What is it made of? And how do you actually use it? We dive into all this and more.

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Protesters started selling T-shirts that read, “Carne Asada Is Not a Crime.” This has led to the evolution of how tacos are made in Los Angeles. As one taco truck worker said, “I make the tortillas with my hands, not a press—they cannot confiscate my hands.”

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For Hooni Kim, Korean cooking is all about balancing the flavorful jangs, the flavorful undercurrent of just about every aspect of Korean cooking.


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