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Judy Joo's Korean Soul Food: Authentic Dishes and Modern Twists by Judy Joo

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Reviews about this book

  • Eat Your Books by Jenny Hartin

    ... filled with recipes that will appeal to Korean food aficionados and those new to this cuisine...

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  • Kitchn

    ...helps home cooks channel their inner Korean home cook, perfecting dishes like kimchi, dumplings, bibimbap, and more.

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  • ISBN 10 0711251673
  • ISBN 13 9780711251670
  • Published Oct 07 2019
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher White Lion Publishing

Publishers Text

‘Judy Joo captures the flavors and the heart of Korean food and switches things up just enough to make them accessible and familiar, but not so much that you lose the soul of the recipe. It's an art!’ Sunny Anderson

Fresh from the success of Korean Food Made Simple, chef Judy Joo is back with a brand new collection of recipes that celebrate the joys of Korean comfort food and get straight to the heart and soul of the kitchen.

Drawing on her own heritage and international experience, Judy presents recipes that appeal to everyone, from street food to snacks and sharing plates, kimchi to Ko-Mex fusion food, and dumplings to desserts. Through clear, easy-to-understand recipes and gorgeous photography, Judy will help you master the basics before putting her signature fun, unexpected twist on the classics, including Philly Cheesesteak dumplings and a full English breakfast–inspired Bibimbap bowl.

With over 100 recipes, helpful glossaries, and tips on how to stock the perfect Korean store cupboard, there's something for amateur chefs and accomplished home cooks alike. So much more than rice and fried chicken, these truly unique recipes are simple, delicious, and will have everyone clamoring for more.


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