Yes, you read right this truly is a comic book and yes, it does contain recipes. Good, authentic, easy to understand recipes. There is a nice variety of dishes to choose from including, some near and dear to me: Kimchi and pickles. The Korean’s have it down with fermented vegetables supporting digestion and this book gives you a nice, easy to prepare selection. Being unfamiliar with cooking Korean, I was pleasantly surprised that the food was so delicious. This book covers vegetable side dishes, meat and poultry, seafood, soups and stews (my favorite), porridges, how to make fresh noodles and rice cakes, snacks, cocktails and oh yes, street food. It shows you how to marinade and grill, how to make seaweed salad... yum, and so much more I was not expecting. I highly recommend this book for not only it’s unique approach to cooking Korean, but the delicious and nutritious I might add, treasures it holds inside.
I received this book from 10 speed press and it in no way altered my opinion.