“Aside from kimchi (hot pickled cabbage), bulgogi is probably the national dish of Korea,” says Stuart Liptay. “There are many different ways of cooking it from stir-frying to the traditional charcoal grill, which looks like an inverted helmet.” An electric indoor grill mimics the traditional charcoal barbecue and makes this “a wonderful dish to make at home.” He found this recipe, “the best he’s ever seen,” in a Korean cookbook.
In this time when people are staying at home and cooking more, Connecting Albert County will share recipes from The Albert County Museum cookbook, Fiddleheads, Fricot & Frittata: A Hodgepodge of Atlantic Canadian Recipes. To get your own copy, order it from www.albertcountymuseum.com/giftshoponline/fiddleheads-fricot-frittata-a-hodgepodge-of-atlantic-canadian-recipes and pick it up from the Albert County Museum once it opens. Only $8 including tax for more than 200 recipes, as well as many stories about the people and foods of Atlantic Canada. Learn more about the cookbook at www.connectingalbertcounty.org/food-farming--fishing/fiddleheads-fricot-frittata-a-hodgepodge-of-atlantic-canadian-recipes-order-your-copy-now