<div>Edibles & Potables: Getting into Korean American food</div>
Let’s be sure to give full attribution for today’s mouthwatering cover image. The photo is by Jenny Huang; prop stylist is Beatrice Chastka, and food stylist Tyna Hoang. It’s from KOREAN AMERICAN: Food That Tastes Like Home, a cookbook by Eric Kim (written with his mom) that has been added to my wish list (come to papa, sweet tax refund). It seems to me that Louisville has a strong Korean restaurant game, with stalwarts like Lee’s Korean Restaurant, Sarang, Koreana Restaurant III, GOGi 1055 Korean BBQ and several others. I have fond memories of Kim’s, seemingly gone so long that no evidence of its existence remains on the internet. This said, my own knowledge of Korean cuisine is fragmentary at best, apart from an abiding affection for kimchi. As a primer, Janet W. Lee enlists the assistance of the aforementioned Eric Kim, contributing this overview for National Public Radio. How to start cooking Korean American food Whether...Read more