An Asian Treat Two Ways

Photo by Marsden Epworth This Vietnamese sandwich, a banh mi, made with a French baguette, meat, vegetables and pickles, is based here on ingredients for a Korean snack.

That spread of Korean dishes at the Hunt Library last week got me hungry for a little Korean home cooking. Mine. Now, like a lot of food from Asia, Korean dishes take time to prep and almost no time to cook — you know, dicing, slicing, grating, mixing, then a minute or two in the wok. You’re done.

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