Let’s talk about drinking in Korea. Did you know Koreans love to drink? No, really. They LOVE to drink. They love to drink so much that a required work skill is your ability to drink with your colleagues and clients until you pass out. They love to drink so much it is an unwritten but well known rule that you can never refuse a drink someone offers you. You can also never refuse a drink ever if someone older than you offers you. They love to drink so much they have an entire food culture built around drinking, and that’s what brings us here today.
Saturday, October 27 we’ll be popping up @ Pete’s Candy Store with an assorted selection of “drunk food”, featuring classic Korean drinking foods as well as Korean spins on other cultures’ drinking foods.
GRILLED KIMCHEESE – American cheese, roasted kimchi, furikake, gochujang mayo
SPICY CLAM SOUP with hand cut noodles – cheongyang pepper infused clam broth with knife cut wheat noodles
RABBOKKI – ramen meets ddukbokki (spicy Korean rice cakes)
SKEWERS: DWENJANG (bean paste) PORK or DUBU (tofu) KIMCHI (vegetarian)
KIMCHI CORN NUTS