The full recipe is on this website: http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/easy-d… “This crispy, crunchy, spicy Korean fried chicken is incredibly delicious! You’re going to love it,” the recipe creator guarantees. She adds, “…take this chicken to a party and everyone will give you compliment: “Whoo ah~ this crispy chicken is crunchy crunchy like candy!” If you like this recipe, also check out my original dakgangjeong recipe, which is a lot chunkier and stickier: http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/dakgan…
Yakitori is a Japanese type of skewered chicken. Its preparation involves skewering the meat with kushi, a type of skewer typically made of steel, bamboo, or similar materials. Afterwards, they are grilled over a charcoal fire. During or after cooking, the meat is typically seasoned with tare sauce or salt. Image from Just One Cookbook. See their Recipe.
Sun Ha Dang has a delicious and unique dish. Here’s a video with voiceover about that excellent experience. Come hungry and stick around for the rice finale. Sun Ha Dang is located at 4032 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90019 Report by James Schneider.
Netflix takes you on a global cultural journey into Street food. Discover the stories of the people who create the flavorful dishes. Some the countries covered on season one include, Osaka(Japan), Delhi (India), Bankok (Thailand) and more. Volume One focuses on Asia.
Food and Wine Magazine recently published an article on where to find the chefs featured. Click Here
More than a winning result happens in this story, a story about not exactly the right thing to do but maybe it will help McDonald’s and other corporations do more of the right thing. The antic, credited to Crazy Rich Asians helping these Filipino American guys think more deeply about the need to be proactive about diversity:
Two University of Houston students, Jevh Maravilla and Christian Toledo, went viral on Twitter after sharing images of a fake McDonald’s poster they made and hung at one of the fast-food chain’s locations in Pearland, Texas. The reason for the prank, they said, was because they noticed a lack of diversity on the decorative wall posters. They returned to the Pearland location with a plan: to hang a photo of themselves in the restaurant and see if anyone would notice. READ MORE
Why the cheers for the week’s “get over the hump day?” Well, it’s because in Maryland, there are tantalizing tastes just waiting to be discovered at Food Truck Wednesdays. This fiesta of food happens every Wednesday from spring to the end of October at the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department in Arbutus, MD and Red Lion Hotel’s parking lot in Timonium, MD.
The food trucks include all kinds of scrumptious local and international cuisine including: soul-food, Greek, Mexican, Korean, Indian and even dessert trucks. Here are just some of the food trucks who frequent the event:
The Gypsy Queen
Greek on the Street
Beef on the Street
Wanna Pizza This
Jimmy’s Famous Seafood
Farm to Charm
Mexican on the Run
The Multi Cultural Cooking Network had the opportunity to catch up with one of the founders of the event, Chad Houck of H2 Markets. What a chat! We talked to him about the origins of the event, how the trucks are selected and what to expect in the coming months. Check out the interview above, and find out more information about Food Truck Wednesdays by going to FoodTruckNites.com.