A Simple Korean Supper

Korean-Style Clams
 

Korean food has been a player on the national food scene ever since David Chang started serving kimchi rice cakes to hungry hordes at Momofuku Ssäm Bar, but with today's New York Times review of upscale Korean restaurant Jungsik, it has officially arrived. Mark the occasion with this meal, which comes together relatively quickly with a little bit of planning. Pair it with a bottle of good Korean beer and serve fresh fruit for dessert. Korean-Style Clams Chef Joe Isidori usually serves this

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Recipe: Korean-Style Clams

Korean-Style Clams We're loving this vibrant spin on steamed clams from Joe Isidori. The Long Island chef arranges littlenecks on a bed of soft cabbage and bacon lardons, then adds his bracing housemade kimchi and a scattering of fresh herbs. If you make the Korean condiment tonight, it will be ready for when you tackle the rest of the recipe this weekend. Don't want to do all that work? You can enjoy this dish at tonight's Beard House dinner instead.

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