The beef tongue arrives raw and slivered, its flesh marbled with strips of fat. You cook it on a wire grate over charcoal, which burns crimson in a pit on your table. In seconds, the meat turns from pink and slick to charred and shriveled. "It's too hot," exclaims the waitress at Gabose in Lauderhil ... More >>
Republic of Korea owner and chef Michael Kwon chose to open his first restaurant in Lauderhil for a pretty good reason. He hoped a cluster of places offering Korean barbecue and Asian-inspired tapas would create a sort of Little Korea in Broward County. Kwon was born in South Florida to immigrant p ... More >>
Unlike some of our Judeo-Christian brethren who apologize for their wrongdoings throughout the year and flagellate themselves accordingly, we Jewish people condense all of that into one depressing day of fasting, prayer and spending time with extended family: Yom Kippur. The best part of this holi ... More >>
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John LinnIt's odd to say, but kimchi is one of the hottest foodstuffs around the country at the moment. The Korean staple of cabbage fermented in a spicy sauce is about as unsexy and antihip as food gets. And yet, kimchi -- and Korean food in general -- is just about everywhere. In Los Angeles, f ... More >>
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