January 14, 2018, 9:35pm
The 2nd and 3rd ones are seafood dishes but I’m having a hard time remembering the English translation. Asked around and elders couldn’t translate either.
The last one is an abalone stew.
I will try to add the phonetic translation if you want to order in Korean and what the dish is in English to the best of my knowledge.
Palboche - 8 kinds of mixed seafood
Youssansul - 3 types of seafood usually with sea cucumber
Haessamtang - abalone stew
Nanjawonsu - no idea
Haepallineangche - cold jellyfish
Yangjaepi - flat jellyfish with eggs, mustard, seafood and vegetables
Guljjampong - oyster spicy seafood noodle soup - jjam pong
Meawonjjampong - spicy seafood noodle soup
Haemulgangjjajang - seafood dry jja jiang mein
Meawonjjajang - spicy dry jja jiang mein
Bookumbap - fried rice
Jjamtangbap - some type of rice (bap = rice)
January 15, 2018, 2:05am
Thanks. Abalone seems kind of incongruous for that place.
January 18, 2020, 1:42am
Not a menu, but a cookbook: isn’t chonggak a radish?
Yes it’s a radish that is generally made into kim chee in late fall early winter when the radish is in season. We finished our last batch a few weeks ago when we made it into jigae.
January 18, 2020, 3:47am
Yeah, good stuff. Do you ferment the greens with the radish?
Yes. Those are my favorite pieces.
January 18, 2020, 4:03am
Any thoughts on what seaweed they might have meant in that kimchi recipe? I presume they didn’t mean two ounces of radish (especially when there’s already a pound of julienned daikon).
Is that the whole recipe and is this for kim chee? I can ask my mom but I don’t recall any type of seaweed ever added to kim chee.
January 19, 2020, 5:35pm
That’s only the last few ingredients, most are on the previous page. Five pounds of nappa, a cup of gochugaru, salted shrimp, onions, etc.
March 12, 2023, 11:31pm
In the fourth segment (starting at 21:30) of episode 7 of Netflix’s “The Hot Life” there’s a dish the subtitles call “Goryeo Fire Pan.” Ingredients include pork belly, kimchi, soondae, tofu, bean sprouts, and daylillies.
What’s the Korean name for that? Could it be a variation of samgyupsal sukju bokkeum?
March 14, 2023, 9:52pm
Nanjawonsu - no idea
Korean Chinese-style meatballs?