Gochujun (Korean stuffed pan-fried peppers) #SundaySupper

Gochujun #SundaySupper | www.kimchimom.com

Gochujun is a perennial favorite often served with saeng sun jun (pan-fried cod). It takes a bit of time to make a huge batch, but it is always a hit. It is even more perfect as a make-ahead dish that can be stored in the freezer to enjoy later. They are great for dinner parties as well as for everyday meals. If you can, try to use the Korean green chili peppers. If Korean peppers are not accessible, Anaheim peppers are a good substitute. The heat from the peppers is mellowed out by the cooking, but the confluence of the bite of the pepper and the umami of the beef make these stuffed peppers truly addictive. The Beef Checkoff recently started a campaign called the 30 Day Protein Challenge. The Challenge is a fun, step-by-step way to help you get an optimal amount of protein throughout your day. Significant research shows that some people can lose and/or maintain a healthy weight, support a healthy metabolism, and age more vibrantly when they consume more high-quality protein, within ...

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Kimchi Contest in Brooklyn! Bring it!

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Throughout my blogging “career”, I’ve had many moments where I’ve just wanted to disconnect and just take everything offline. Lately this feeling has been triggered by what I’ve been reading online about friends and fellow bloggers getting their material plagiarized or being harassed by meanies. Such a waste of energy, don’t you agree? Ninety percent…

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Video: How to Make Ddukboki

Ddukboki is a Korean spicy stir-fried rice cake dish. It’s comfort food. It’s street food. It’s damn good. And it’s best served hot. For the original post and recipe, click here. For the video, click below!

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