Korean Food Adventures, part whatever the part it is now.



I realize a lot of the food posts probably make it seem like the cuisine over here is all live octopi and anglerfish and things that are very unusual to the North American palate. While everything is certainly different, not all dishes are as extravagantly odd. Hushik nangmyeon are cold dessert noodles that I have heard are very common snacks in the summertime. There are really thin noodles, cucumbers, radishes, melons, half of a hardboiled egg, and sesame seeds. It is quite tasty and certainly nice at the end of the meal!


The noodles can be challenging to eat, however. Too slippery!


Ok, I need to include one more extravagantly odd dish. Can you guess what the spicy meat on the grill is? Hint: it’s not squid, as we initially thought….

…it’s pig intestines!

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2 thoughts on “Korean Food Adventures, part whatever the part it is now.

  1. Part 4, unless you count the Bulnakchi, in which case it is Part 5. As for the pig intestines, just imagine you're eating sausages.

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