Asian BBQ - who is up for it?
Hello Fellow Foodies,
Thank you to everyone who always signs up and shows up!
With many people wanting to come to dinner so I decided to do something so that more people can join and this is a great place to get together and share food.
Learning how to properly eat Korean BBQ can be confusing. Do you flip the meat on the grill yourself or wait for a server to do it? Is it OK to ask for more banchan (side dishes) if you finish them? And should you pair your meal with multiple soju bombs or a lot of soju bombs? Trick question, it's both!
Korean barbecue (Korean: 고기구이, gogi-gu-i, 'meat roast') refers to the popular method in Korean cuisine of grilling meat, typically beef, pork, or chicken. Such dishes are often prepared on gas or charcoal grills built into the dining table itself.
These free side dishes are called banchan in Korean and are shared at the table. The number of dishes varies per restaurant but typically, there are at least four.
I look forward to seeing you all for this wonderful amazing Korean barbecue.
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