Korean food is nothing if not varied, spicy and colorful. Though Korean meals almost invariably consist of a huge array of panchan -- little bowls of side dishes, namul, kimchi, pickled and salted fish and shellfish, and the like -- to accompany more substantial offerings, we think that such foods can equally be enjoyed "haole" style, as Halmoni would say. ("Haole" is a Hawaian term meaning foreigner or outsider, though the term, as she uses it, is only mildly perjorative.) So by all means, try some of these recipes "haole" style together with a salad, some cooked and dressed vegetables, and (essential) a pot of steamed white rice.
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