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Thanks you for your recipes. I a french mam which discovered coreen foods from series that my youngest daughter told me to watch. I m a real fan and I would really like to come to Korea to taste all these wonderful dishes

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Feb 25, 2023Liked by Maangchi

So happy to have found your site this morning . Can't wait to make my first pot of Jatjuk .. ty

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Thanks for the reciepe ,i will try it but i already cook some of your reciepe.saw it in you tube thanks.

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Feb 2, 2023Liked by Maangchi

XOXO

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Wow 🤩 Maangchi, it’s so nice to see your recipe here and it looks delicious! I’m sure it would be a great choice for such a cold weather! Thank you very much for sharing your stories with us! I enjoy cooking with local ingredients as well while I travel if the place I stay is furnished with cooking equipment. Our family went to Hilton Head Island last summer for about 8 days in a villa house next to the beach, the first thing we did was shopping in the nearby Kroger getting some basic ingredients and spices. We grilled most of time, but my 14 year old daughter also baked some dessert, and I even made some dumplings during the week! I didn’t know your channel yet back then. I would definitely try to cook one dish from your recipes next trip in Europe, most likely in UK

Thanks again Maangchi! Stay warm 🥰🙏

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Your recipes have been a literal lifesaver. I am half Korean (mom) and African American (dad). My mom who was diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer in 2020 has gotten much worse in the last few months. She used to be our go to person for all our Korean dishes. Since she is not doing well, she now relies on me to cook for her and she ONLY eats Korean food. Occasionally she'll have fried chicken or a burger but Korean food is her main staple. I literally couldn't even cook short grain rice without making it to mushy but I was on a mission to make sure my mom was eating good. I stumbled across your videos on YouTube when trying to figure out how to make nokduk juk. I have since made jat juk, pat juk, japchae, kimchi jjigae, tteokbokki, meoyok guk, calchi jorim, yookaejang, bimbimbap, bimbim guksu, daengjang guk and several other dishes...most were delicious, but some were not so good. Probably something I did wrong. But I say all this to say - thank you for the wonderful, well thought out recipes. The videos make it easy to follow and honestly much easier than reading a recipe from a book.

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