Korean Pub Grub to Share with Family and Friends
Published October 16th 2011
Size 8.6 x 9.9 inches
Debbie Lee gained a legion of fans as she reached the top three in season 5 of “The Next Food Network Star”—and now Los Angelenos line up at her hugely popular snack bar, Ahn-Joo, which means pub snacks in Korean. In her first book Seoultown Kitchen, Debbie shares recipes that reflect one of her favorite aspects of Korean culture: “pub grub.” These delicious—and simple—recipes allow anyone to bring these Asian “small plates” to the table.
Debbie demystifies Asian cuisine for cooks at any level of expertise and shows that the flavor profiles of Korean dishes are actually very similar to those of Western palates. Broken down into 12 chapters, from Skewers and Noodles to Pork and Tofu, including, of course, Kimchee, Debbie’s recipes feature the bold flavors of Korea in dishes that reflect homey American comfort.
Debbie Lee is a Korean-American who lives in Los Angeles. She worked in many top restaurants before becoming a popular caterer. She has appeared extensively on TV and is the Asian face of the Food Network.