Video

Video: Chef Jia Choi cooks Sundubu: Spicy Soft Tofu Stew

Here is my good friend and business partner, Jia Choi and she is making Sundubu, which is one of my favorite Korean dishes. She has lots of great tricks and gives you culture insight while you learn how to make this a very delicious tasting dish.


The video was shot by John and David from the new online video service, PSeight. You can see their website here http://www.pseight.com/.

If you see more great videos on their website.There will be more videos coming up featuring Chef Jia Choi PhD.

You can take classes with Jia at our cooking school at www.ongofood.com

Come take a cooking class or take a Culinary Tour in Seoul! http://www.ongofood.com

Pictures are taken either with my Panasonic DMC-G2 Camera with 20mm Lens or with my iPhone 4G
Join the Seoul Eats Facebook Group Page to keep to date with the latest events.
Donate Bitcoins
Standard
Video

Watch Chef Jia Choi make Dakgalbi on Video

Here is my good friend and business partner, Jia Choi and she is making Dakgalbi, which is one of my favorite Korean dishes. She has lots of great tricks on how to make this a very delicious tasting dish.  
Dakgalbi (pt. 1/2) Spicy Chicken Stir Fry {Food Culture w/ Chef J. Choi} from PS8 on Vimeo.

Dakgalbi (pt. 2/2) Spicy Chicken Stir Fry {Food Culture w/ Chef J. Choi} from PS8 on Vimeo.



The video was shot by John and David from the new online video service, PSeight. You can see their website here http://www.pseight.com/. If you see the video bigger on their website.

There will be more videos coming up featuring Chef Jia Choi PhD. You can take classes with Jia at our cooking school at www.ongofood.com

Come take a cooking class or take a Culinary Tour in Seoul! http://www.ongofood.com

Pictures are taken either with my Panasonic DMC-G2 Camera with 20mm Lens or with my iPhone 4G
Join the Seoul Eats Facebook Group Page to keep to date with the latest events.
Standard
Korean Eats, Photographs

Mushroom Hot Pot with lemon-blanched clam rice, and yuzu dip

Food stylists live tortured lives. They have to make delicious looking food and then wait as photographers click shot after shot after shot. The food gets cold and it loses the vibrancy it once had to the camera. And on top of that, the food (something i just learned) is often not seasoned for it often clouds the broth.

Over the weekend, I helped with a food styling shoot and it made me want to eat Mushroom Hot Pot all week (Bosot Jeongol). My friend and business partner, Jia, did the cooking and I washed dishes and wrote down the recipe. The shoot was done at Elysian Ski Resort in Gangchon, which is a beautiful place. I’m going to have to go back there one day.

Mushroom Hotpot: Shitake, Oyster, Pine Mushrooms, and Enoki Mushrooms
Table Setting (we had to later iron the table settings)
Jia at work
Mushroom Hot Pot
Rice Topped with Lemon Blanched Clams
Standard
Video

How to make Tofu Video!

These days I’m all about natural and homemade food. I’m trying to eat healthier because it makes me feel better. Everyday I start out with a big glass of water and I take my vitamin c tablets.

I’m cooking a lot more. I’m also eating more raw foods and fruit. At our cooking studio, we’re working hard to make food for scratch. These days we’re researching how to make butter, cheese, and other products from dairy. In the upcoming months, we’re thinking of doing a class on making tofu from scratch. Here are a few videos that I found on how to make tofu.

Standard