How to properly slice beef for Chinese stir fry?

Choosing the right part of beef for Chinese stir fry is crucial, and slicing properly for a tender taste is often an important step people would miss, or didn't think it would matter.   Usually choosing the right part for stir fry need to consider three things:  tenderness, thickness and boneless.  I usually take the…

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Is Korean supermarket is the only place to shop for Galbijjim (갈비찜) meat?

No doubt many certain cuts and parts of the meat are only available at Asian or Korean supermarket, but if there isn't really a nearby Asian mart around you, there's always something you can work it out.   For instance, Korean beef ribs stew Galbijjim uses just beef ribs but in a chunky cut.  Many…

[Seoul] 55cm Korean beef sushi in Hongdae

From what I know, Korean beef do not export out of the country so the only way to try Korean beef is to visit Korea in person. There are various ways to eat Korean beef, that includes BBQ, stir fry and they even serve it raw. This 55cm long Korean beef sushi is definitely a…

A clean way to marinate meats

|ziplog bags| the benefits of using ziplog bags to marinate your meat: - the best way to marinate the meat in and out thoroughly without having to physically touch it with your hands (this is particularly important to those who are bothered by housewife hands) - makes easier storage in the fridge and freezer -…

How to choose your Korean BBQ sauce?

If you're going through some post-long weekend syndrome and are still trying to get things back on track, or at least make yourself a dinner tonight, try this lazy easy Asian recipe. Korean BBQ sauce may be an option other than teriyaki sauce, if you are so into the Asian twist for your meat. The…