Seoul-born, Maryland-raised chef Peter Serpico offers readers a seat at his family table in his debut cookbook, Learning Korean. Serpico’s meals are personal and distinctly American, drawing from decades of professional cooking experience–and his own heritage–to explore the extraordinary world of traditional Korean home cooking.From an instant kimchi and simple banchan to rice, noodles, grilled meats, and soul-stirring stews, these 100 recipes use ingredients found in well-stocked supermarkets for outstanding, healthy results. He features ideas for creative weekday meals, including an onion pancake paired with a dipping sauce and pork dumplings, and acorn squash soup served with homemade, crispy rice cakes. For BBQ fans, a Korea-fied roast chicken sits alongside a sweet-and-spicy grilled cauliflower.Cooks of all skill levels will find inspiration and delight in this beautifully photographed, unique take on the Korean culinary canon, from an award-winning chef, father, and talented teacher.
Learning Korean: Recipes for Home Cooking
Seoul-born, Maryland-raised chef Peter Serpico offers readers a seat at his family table in his debut cookbook, Learning Korean. Serpico’s meals are p
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