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Tuesday, 09 April 2013

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Soo

Looks like you have an awesome week ahead of you! Where is your fav place for kalbi?

Kirk

Hi Soo - If you're talking straight up K BBQ Kalbi, it's usually Buga. Anything else....my house.

kat

mmm plate lunch week :) like it.

Soo Hom

I forget to be specific. Where is your fav place to get Hawaiian style kalbi?

Kirk

Hi Kat - It's about time I did this again.

Hi Soo - Try this one on for size:
Marinade - enough for 4-5 pounds of ribs
1 Cup Soy Sauce
3/4 Cup Sugar
1/3 Cup Malt Syrup
1/4 Cup Rice Wine - I used Sake
4 Cloves of Garlic
4 Stalks Green Onion
1 Kiwi or 1/3 Asian Pear
1-2 Tb Sesame Oil
- Roughly chop garlic, fruit, and green onion and place in a blender.
- Add soy sauce, sugar, and malt syrup and blend.
- Add rice wine and sesame oil, and briefly blend.
- Taste and adjust flavor.
- Marinade ribs at least 6 hours, but no more than 16.

My house.....

Dennis

Hi Kirk, a few spot names trigger memories of my first year moving down to san diego (in 2000) and Kealani's in Encinitas is definitely one of them, ha. Did you notice if their rice was still mushy? Aside from it usually enjoyed my visits there.

MikeW

Island Café was also recently listed in the NYT 36 hours travel feature for San Diego

Kirk

Hi Dennis - That's SOP for them!

That's interesting Mike....really interesting.

Soo

Thanks for the recipe!

Kirk

It's my pleasure Soo. Think of it as a starting point and adjust to your taste. I'd prefer you grill it over hardwood charcoal as well. Good luck!

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