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  1. Guest Recipes: La Kocinera’s Napa Cabbage Salad with Oranges, Spicy Shrimp, and Rice Wine Vinaigrette

    Katie Klein’s got another awesome recipe for us! In addition to making some delicious gimbap, she’s a whiz at Korean fusion. Check out her use of napa cabbage in a unique and creative new way. Napa Cabbage Salad with Oranges, Spicy Shrimp, and Rice Wine Vinaigrette We all know napa cabbage as the light, crunchy [...]

  2. Guest Video: Sunny Sauce’s Bibim Naengmyun

    We’ve got a new installment of  Sunny Lee‘s beautiful and seriously appetizing  food videos. This time? Bibim naengmyun, a classic Korean summertime favorite. Traditional naengmyun is a cold buckwheat noodle dish served in a refreshing radish kimchi broth. Additional ingredients include julienned cucumber, slices of Korean pear, a boiled egg, and slices of boiled beef. [...]

  3. Guest Recipes: La Kocinera’s Gimbap

    We discovered Katie Klein (alias La Kocinera) through our Kimchi Chronicles Video Contest with her rendition of bulgogi tacos, and have been hooked on her blog ever since. A college student living in Texas, aside from exams and serious amounts of reading, Katie somehow finds time to whip up some amazing things in the kitchen. [...]

  4. Guest Blogger: Take Thou Food’s Doenjang Jjigae

    Doenjang jjigae is a Korean kitchen staple that’s easy, delicious, and incredibly good for you. According to Sean of Take Thou Food, the secret to excellent jjigae is choosing a quality doenjang and anchovy stock. It may be a simple meal, but it’s one of the most flavorful of them all. Doenjang Jjigae Notice that [...]

  5. Guest Recipes: Closet Cooking’s Dakkochi

    During production of Kimchi Chronicles, street food made up a large percentage of our diets. A particular favorite was skewered food, all ease and convenience. Kevin Lynch of Closet Cooking shows us how to recreate dakkochi, Korean skewered chicken. His version incorporates his trusty bulgogi marinade recipe, and is served with  a dipping sauce of [...]

  6. Comfort Food: Budae Jjigae

    Budae jjigae is an interesting dish that combines American and Korean flavors pretty deliciously. It’s a combination of an eclectic array of ingredients: hot dogs, canned ham, spam, gochujang, ramen noodles, kimchi, mushrooms, and other ingredients such as seasonal vegetables, rice cakes, and tofu. It’s a hodge podge of a dish that has been incorporated [...]

  7. Guest Video: Sunnysauce’s Japchae

    Sunny Lee, winner of the Kimchi Chronicles Video Contest with her awesome manduguk video, unsurprisingly also has a few other choice food videos under her belt. Lee, who pursues photography and video in her downtime, also counts cooking as one of her main hobbies. We’re excited to share a recipe video she put together on [...]

  8. Guest Recipes: Milk & Mode’s Miyuk Guk

    This week we’re featuring  Carol Han of Milk & Mode, who works in fashion as a creative consultant, and moonlights as a food/style blogger. Milk & Mode is equal parts delectable eats and enviable sartorial finds. Check out her take on Marja’s miyuk guk, an incredibly healthy and tasty seaweed soup that’s traditionally eaten on [...]

  9. Guest Recipes: Beyond Kimchee’s Bindaetteok

    We’re very excited to announce the launch of a new series on the Kimchi Chronicles blog! Each week, we’ll be featuring some great Korean recipes from writers all over the blogosphere. We’ll make it our goal to supply you with the internet’s freshest Korean dishes. For our inaugural post, Holly from Beyond Kimchee is sharing [...]