From kimchi to bossam and all foods between, Korean food is often a fresher and lighter version of its Asian neighbors which makes it perfect for Spring entertaining. For Kitchit Chef Joseph Yoon, however, Korean cooking is a year-round and life-long endeavor. “I initially learned to cook from my mom but am constantly trying to elevate this cuisine,“ he says. "A lot of my Korean food incorporates standard Korean elements and flavor profiles, but I work on ways to present unique and elevated Korean gastronomy as well.” Below he shares tips, techniques and authentic recipes for Korean food that’s sure to keep you coming back for more.
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