If you guys have ever taken a look at our features page, you might have read our Korean BBQ: For Non-Koreans article, and know how good Korean BBQ truly is. If not, brush up on some history and check out this new spin on an American dish with a little Korean flair! This is Korean take on the classic chili-cheese fries! Crispy hand-cut potatoes topped with tasty bits of short ribs, mounds of kimchee relish, green onions, and a not so secret sauce of kewpie mayo, teriyaki, and gochujang (a spicy-sweet paste of red chili peppers and fermented soy bean)! If your as down as I am to try this intense mash up of west and east coast flavors, let us road trip up to Namu’s restaurant in San Fran! Real talk, hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org! (Thx LMS)
It has seriously been too long without my bulgogi fix! But I think this Daegi Bulgogi recipe can make it all better. For those of you who don’t have the slightest idea what bulgogi is, it is simply heaven. The more technical term is Korean BBQ, but who wants to get technical? This is a must try dish if you haven’t had it already. It will change your life, no lie.
The homie AndyCool just tweeted this picture from his travels throughout Asia. We’re looking at a burger utilizing Bulgogi at a McDonald’s in Korea. Sounds absolutely delicious!
LA Cut Mama Eun’s Galbi meat, fresh kimchi, tofu, egg, avocado, lettuce, tortilla wrap and salsa all come together to make this scrumptious looking breakfast burrito. For more pictures and recipe, hop on over to the Mama Eun website. Until then, keep salivating!
Cultural fusion is at an all time high in the quick service food world right now. Thanks to streetwear mafioso Bobby Hundreds, we get a quick look at Asiadog, a product of love from NYC, consisting of hot dogs with Asian-inspired toppings. The Asiadog group setup shop for one night out in LA, and sure enough, the people came out in droves.
It’s currently 3:30 a.m. at the time of this posting, and I figure there are a hefty amount of college students out there staying up late to get their finals studying in check! In response, this particular posting goes out to you guys. Here we’re looking at a tasty ham toasted on the grill in conjunction with some kimchi, cheese, lathered up with sesame mayo and and served on a sweet hawaiian roll. The mere idea of these flavors has me drooling. Oh yeah, this is straight from Kogi BBQ! Eat on!
First off, this shot is pretty amazing. Second, I missed my chance to try out the infamous Kogi Korean BBQ a few nights back when the truck found its way into the streets of Anaheim. Something about the continuously hour long lines puts me off, but everyone who has tried it says it’s well worth the wait. One day I will man up. Until then, I will live vicariously through these pictures of beautiful Korean x Mexican fusion.