A satisfying traditional Korean beef and noodle dish with plenty of vegetables and a few minor alterations that keep things fresh and interesting.
I am a strong believer in the quick pickle. A basic understanding of salt to sugar ratios can transform the humblest, or even the saddest vegetable clinging to life at the bottom of your crisper. Alternatively, using this technique can elevate beautiful perfect produce to something even folks who aren’t particularly enthusiastic about peak season cucumbers perk up after trying one.
Unfortunately, there seems to be a paucity of legitimate local barbeque joints outside of the 808-area code which has led to my reimagining of classics. Making use of your broiler seems to consistently provide the same kind of satisfying results as a backyard hibachi or restaurant equivalent.