Above: Chef Krong.
Two foods that people have come to identify with Korea are kimchi jjigae, a fermented vegetable stew, and bulgogi, a marinated meat dish. Whereas kimchi is a staple dish that is eaten at every meal, bulgogi is more like a party food in that it is generally eaten on special occasions, when dining out or entertaining guests. Koreans tend to favor beef when entertaining or eating out, and bulgogi is one of the most popular beef dishes that even non-Koreans find delicious.
Travel to the Korean kitchen with Chef Krong as she teaches you how to make Bulgogi and Kimchi jjigae and the requisite sides that accompany both dishes. The class takes place on March 31st, 2011 at 6p.m.
*Bring an apron, chef's knife, wear comfortable closed toe shoes, and bring containers to carry your leftovers home.