Every year in Korea, just before the first frost, families gather to make the next year’s supply of kimchi. It’s a huge job, and hence a communal one. To celebrate the job’s completion, everyone digs into platters of bossam—tender sliced pork with flavorful condiments, pungent slivers of raw garlic, chilies, and more, all wrapped in a tender leaf of Napa cabbage. It’s one big, delicious bite.
Published at Mon, 17 Dec 2018 09:58:59 +0000