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Korean Sweet Desserts Class at O’ngo Food Communications

Have you always wanted to learn how to make Korean desserts like Patbingsu, Hotteok and Bopki? Then come and take our cooking class at O’ngo Food Communications. Our chefs will teach you how to make these dessert favorites.

Here is our write up:

For those looking for something sweet and delicious, this class features Korea’s famous desserts. You’ll learn to make Bopki: a sugar, caramel lollipop, Hotteok: a cinnamon, peanut fried pancake and patbingsu: shaved ice topped with sweet red bean, sweet milk, and various toppings. This class is great for kids and families.

Cost 65,000 won a person

Tuesday at 2pm Class at O’ngo Food Communications

www.ongofood.com

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WTF: Ramen Pizza

While I was doing my browsing of Naver Food Blogs, I noticed that more and more cooks are starting to make this ramen pizza. WTF. Just make real pizza dough and cook it in the oven and put good sauce, cheese and toppings. Don’t do this craziness! What’s next? Ramen and Meatballs? Ramen Steak? Ramen Creme Brulee! Argh..! Ramen is what one eats when they are hungover or poor. I ate too much of it in university so I don’t think I need to eat this again.
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Chef Jia Choi’s Trip to the Netherlands

Last November, my friend Jia Choi was invited to be a featured teacher for Norwegian chefs. She was invited by Koppert Cress, fresh retail, Rungis, Nice to Meat, the Korea Agro-Fisheries & Food Trade Corporation and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to teach a series of classes to Norwegian chefs and food professionals.

During her stay she was able to give a number demonstrations on the secrets of Korean cuisine while also getting to meet some of the top chefs of the country. Here are some photos and videos of what she did there.

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Celebrity Guests to Our Cooking School and Food Tours

It has been a fun year and I have been able to meet a number of VIP guests through our tours and cooking classes. Some of the most exciting in the past have been Marja Vongerichten, Heather Graham, Andrew Zimmerman, and Pierre Gagnaire. This year a number of TV shows, reporters, actors, bloggers, and other cool people have come out. I wanted to send a shout out and thank everyone that came out.
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