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Marinated Mussels-Al fresco dining-Jamaica Inn

Marinated Mussels-Al fresco dining-Jamaica Inn

More bindaetteok at Gwangjang Market, Seoul. For more on street eats, check out Seoul Sweet Seoul~ http://amzn.to/HQeH1B

More bindaetteok at Gwangjang Market, Seoul. For more on street eats, check out Seoul Sweet Seoul~ http://amzn.to/HQeH1B

What You Need to Know About Food in Korea, and How to Eat It

What You Need to Know About Food in Korea, and How to Eat It

What You Need to Know About Food in Korea, and How to Eat It, by Conde Nast

Dining experiences with Villa Manzu hotel-Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Dining experiences with Villa Manzu hotel-Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Hotteok is a unique Korean snack made with wheat flour dough filled with dark brown sugar, cinnamon, sesame, and chopped peanuts. The filled dough is griddled and flattened into a large circle. One of the most famous hotteok is the corn hotteok sold at Teolbone in Insa-dong. Hotteok vendors are found mostly in crowded areas, such as Namdaemun Market.

Hotteok is a unique Korean snack made with wheat flour dough filled with dark brown sugar, cinnamon, sesame, and chopped peanuts. The filled dough is griddled and flattened into a large circle. One of the most famous hotteok is the corn hotteok sold at Teolbone in Insa-dong. Hotteok vendors are found mostly in crowded areas, such as Namdaemun Market.

The Crumpet Shop Savor Seattle Food Tour Of Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market Tour

The Crumpet Shop Savor Seattle Food Tour Of Pike Place Market

Reiswurst-Barossa Valley-South Australia

Reiswurst-Barossa Valley-South Australia

If you have a chance to visit Jeju island in Korea, you must try horse meat. Yeah, it sounds weird and you might say, "ewwww, you eat horse?" Well, yes

If you have a chance to visit Jeju island in Korea, you must try horse meat. Yeah, it sounds weird and you might say, "ewwww, you eat horse?" Well, yes

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