All the family got together for this a lot, "So your grandfather is going to visit, middle of the night." Dan Pashman: Maangchi boils the pork belly, adding spices to the pot, explaining why she uses each of them. Maangchi: Mm-hmm. It’s not for foodies, it’s for eaters. Dizzy and then I had to lay down on my bed. My father was so proud of me and, "Why, you are my daughter. And fishermen come and my father is auctioning. Yeah. Some children—even one of my readers says that, "My six month old baby loves you and whenever I turn on your video, her eyes is just sparkly. Jul 17, 2020 - Explore Kheng Lee Ooi's board "Korean Maangchi recipes" on Pinterest. Her first recipe: spicy stir fried squid. Schuyler Swenson was adopted from Korea as a baby. So because. It's one pouch, you have all kinds of diets, balanced diet. I'm learning everyday, something new. I mean, it was so fun to be making ritual together that is a unique Korean American adoptee activity and teach ourselves. And Korean people love love doenjang-guk and soybean paste soup, and also makgeolli. All the—oh, because, you know, I want to help people. And it's hard to get everything all in one bite. Maangchi: Once a month we had some self help book group. Give the kimchi a taste, and if it's to your liking you can always rinse and use it for soups and such. I'm so proud of them. After high-profile resignations at Bon Appétit and Condé Nast, people at the top promised reform. She was able to get ingredients to make Korean food. She’s still living in Toronto, not working with the abused women anymore. Dan Pashman: The subtitle translator for Parasite thought jjapaguri would be too unfamiliar a term for English speakers, so he made up the term ram-don. You gotta make them awake. So it’s more about entertainment than about teaching. Only the cheese is more available is a Kraft, sliced thinly wrapped one. See more ideas about Maangchi, Korean food, Asian recipes. Maangchi: Whenever you teach, even like a serious philosophy, your students are sleeping. Add sugar as needed. So there is some bones inside. That's why I feel... Yeah, it's very relaxed. She said she went to a Korean barbecue place and they put a cup of shredded cheese on the side of the grill to melt. Yeah. Maangchi is 63. Thank you Maangchi!! So I said, "No, I can do by myself." But you make food and sharing this same food together. It gets added to a lot of dishes. And I love this. And then I made a video. Maangchi: All the—oh, because, you know, I want to help people. Interstitial music in this episode by Black Label Music: Dan Pashman: Do you still do the editing for your own videos? I learned from them that they are kind of sturdy and even though that kind of situation—always they want to make a joke. But the rich wife couldn’t stand her kid eating this cheap noodle, so she adds sirloin topping.”. She was sort of imagining that like you were her birth mother. As I said, she has a master’s in education. And I know that you said a lot of those women had just been through a divorce. CLIP (MAANGCHI): Hi Everybody. You know? Head has also a lot a lot of meat and is good. Only the cheese is more available is a Kraft, sliced thinly wrapped one. And she makes a huge pot, you know? Dan Pashman: This first one, this was a great question because this was actually one that I wanted to ask you, and then a listener separately came up with the same question. writer and director, Bong Joon-Ho, explained the thinking behind using this particular dish in the movie. Kimchi stew 김치찌개. So I always think about—that's why all I can do is while I'm cooking I'm wearing mostly blue jeans and t-shirts, what can I do? Maangchi: So these days, I keep making my, you know, fermented bean paste soup at home, at least once a week I make this. So adopted— Korean adoptees or a lot of people are so successful. My heart is really beating and right next door my mom's friend, who was running small kind of bar for some fisherman or anybody. The dish is actually called jjapaguri. It’s also called ‘nongju’ which means ‘farmer liquor.’ Because it’s made with a lot of rice, it’s filling. Dan Pashman: You get a great feel for Maangchi’s style when you watch the video she made about one of my favorite Korean dishes, bo ssam. Yeah. : I pretended that my father is sitting in front of me. Maangchi: Mm Hmm. You know? I'd never been to America, so I have to prepare. 7 kimchi leaves (around 100 g) 27. She was especially happy to learn that oxtail, which is a delicacy in Korea, is pretty inexpensive here. So even most important thing is the best recipe but how can you make it more a little bit entertaining. Maangchi: Yeah. It's interesting you talk about how, um, you know, food in Korea continues to change and evolve like everywhere else. So all of these things, I'm directing. And she does. And so it was this kind of very millennial American moment, watching a YouTube video about our ancient culture of origin of like how to make kimchi. I didn't know. According to the Influencer Marketing Hub, with her 4 million subscribers, she can make about $3,000 a video. Garaetteok. Dan Pashman: Remember I need callers for upcoming episodes. So now I'm Maangchi. This first one, this was a great question because this was actually one that I wanted to ask you, and then a listener separately came up with the same question. Funny. She launched her YouTube channel 13 years ago, in 2007. So I always hear this kind of story all the time. So I do it once, move forward. Hmmm. If he was alive, he's probably busy bragging about me. Dan Pashman: Schuyler Swenson was adopted from Korea as a baby. Dan Pashman: So you're cooking for these women because you wanted them to feel special. She's fabulous and she kind of walked us through how to make kimchi at home. That's a very good point about so many things. So all of these things, I'm directing. So I learn from them too. We like taught ourselves how to have an understanding of that part of our identity that was lost. Maangchi:Every … Speaks English so well." So it’s 2007, and her son suggests she start a YouTube channel where she shares her recipes for Korean food. And I know that he cannot eat, but ever since I was a young, like a my grandmother she always used to tell me, oh today's some, you know, my grandfather's death anniversary day. That’s why she named one of them Maangchi, which is Korean for “hammer.”. And is that why you like to mix up your look? Dan Pashman: He got a job teaching at the University of Missouri. For David Chang, every restaurant he opens feels like life or death. Are you doing now? Tteok for every … I'd never been to America, so I have to prepare. They were always powerful attackers. 1. So, yeah... How did you guys feel about that experience? She shoots them in her apartment, and edits them herself. Dan Pashman: Now, back to Maangchi. I really want bo ssam, right now. Place into a large bowl. Prepare oysters: Heat oil in a deep … But you make food and sharing this same food together. And when I heard this, just this really touched my heart, really made me emotional. Also, you know, they love me. Now, more than a decade later, Maangchi's videos are sleek, sharp, and professional; she faces the camera with her perfectly coiffed hair, often wearing a fascinator or other fancy hair clip. Nowadays, kimchi is made both in North and South Korea, the Southern version being more salty and spicy than the Northern one. It’s not for foodies, it’s for eaters. Dan Pashman: So you had also been through a divorce. If he was alive, he's probably busy bragging about me. This is going to be a very traditional... She is this like super cute glammed up Korean lady. Kimchijeon with Whole Kimchi Leaves. So Maangchi was prepared for the worst, but as it turned out, even in 1992 in Missouri, there were Korean markets around. You always, everyday, open it. Her new one out now is called Maangchi’s Big Book of Korean Cooking. She’s still living in Toronto, not working with the abused women anymore. You know, selling and auctioning. Dan Pashman: And so you're 35. It may be the perfect food. Do you still do the editing for your own videos? Very new things. It’s milky-white, fizzy and refreshing. He told the, , “This is something kids like, regardless of the rich or the poor. I was gonna say, if you were trapped on a deserted Island—if you are trapped on an island and you could only have three banchan with you, what would be the three you would pick? Dan Pashman: Now, we’re gonna go down a bit of a rabbit hole here, cause I started reading up on this a bit. His business was getting involved with some seafood. They eat it in all the ways you’d expect—string cheese and pizza—but it’s also been adapted into more traditional Korean dishes like one of my favorites, budae-jjigae, or Army Base Stew. And did you tell him about your YouTube channel? So now I'm Maangchi. Maybe you have a food related disagreement or dispute with a friend or loved one? Dizzy and then I had to lay down on my bed. And for example, somebody, you know, was having to go through after divorce or separation and then especially they were abused. Whatever name you want to give it, it’s an inexpensive comfort food that Korean kids love. Yeah. No, Koreans doing this anymore. Remember I need callers for upcoming episodes. Dan Pashman: Maangchi says attacking is just more fun. Whenever I make, I taste this, I think about that memory. I played a clip of Schuyler for Maangchi in the studio. 13 years ago, in 2007. As Maangchi explains on her website, “It’s made by combining rice, yeast, and water with a starter culture. 308. She’s a single mother of adult children, and she’s addicted to online gaming. Busy, busy. No problem. It was traditionally served to farmers as part of a midmorning snack or with lunch.". Her 2015 cookbook called is one of Amazon’s top Korean cookbooks of all time. Did you have to learn how to use that software? You come to the US with him. Maangchi: Because they enjoy their karaoke song, like 30 years or 40 years ago in Korea. But her videos still have a homespun feel. My immigrant friends, they are living in America 30, 40 years. 1.Combine the kimchi, kimchi brine (if using), pork, onion, daepa or scallion, hot pepper paste, hot pepper flakes, salt, sugar, sesame oil, and stock in a large, shallow pot. So I always think about—that's why all I can do is while I'm cooking I'm wearing mostly blue jeans and t-shirts, what can I do? We're just gonna have a nice... You're so tricky. So I learn from them too. Maangchi: Oh my God! Dan Pashman: Coming up, Maangchi the gamer is reborn as Maangchi the YouTube star. Did that help you be able to help them? It’s milky-white, fizzy and refreshing. I've read that you were, you said that you were like addicted to online gaming. That’s. Even though the video quality is lacking, Maangchi expertly slices the squid open and chops vegetables. Well Maangchi’s dad would definitely have a lot to brag about now. Korean cooking expert Maangchi has brought Korean cuisine to the masses through her YouTube channel and cookbooks. Yeah, that case at least. 70. So I bought good quality hot pepper paste, sometimes frozen oysters. But these days the big hits are either competition shows, or if they’re gonna show you a recipe it’s like a one minute BuzzFeed Instagram video. Yeah, that case at least. Kimchijeon. Like kimchi is a kind of headache, a little bit. We made kimchi together. Maangchi says attacking is just more fun. Oh, it was beautiful. Dan Pashman: That happened recently with the hit South Korean film Parasite, which just won Best Picture at the Oscars. Then, while it’s boiling, she shows you how to make the spicy radish salad with oysters, before going back to take the pork belly out. Because Maangchi wasn’t always Maangchi. And then sometimes I feel—I felt dizzy. And it's hard to get everything all in one bite. Hazelnut coffee. She says she also loved the community of online gaming, connecting with people all over the place, plotting strategies with her teammates. Yeah. She's fabulous and she kind of walked us through how to make kimchi at home. Okay, second character, I like to make it fifty quickly, and then all I can do is  just keep playing, keep playing. Kimchi fried rice 김치볶음밥. Maangchi: So some after, some Imsil cheese—kind of a mozzarella cheese and made produced in Korea. It's made from combining two types of packaged instant noodles — a Chinese inspired ramen and then a Japanese style udon made with a spicy Korean seafood broth. Yeah. What was it about that work that appealed to you? I want to make sure that they are my VIP. Head has also a lot a lot of meat and is good. You can use chopsticks. I learned this from one of my fellow Korean when I lived in Columbia, Missouri. Maangchi said it perfectly. And pork smell kind of a gamey smell is gone and little bit subtle the hazelnut coffee smell is inside. The key to making good kimchi mandu is to use fully fermented kimchi. Maangchi: Yeah. You know Korean metal chopsticks? Every morning, I smelled—I walked with this smell, makes me crazy. Dan Pashman: As a food video personality, Maangchi is a throwback. The term “ram-don” was invented for the film. She and her husband got divorced, and she ended up in Toronto. We are getting ready to tape some call-in shows and I want to hear from you: Do you have a food related issue that’s bugging you? Dan Pashman: Sometimes while she’s cooking she’ll share a story. Her favorite was called City of Heroes. But because she left South Korea decades ago, her food is in an "immigrant time warp" — frozen in the era when she left, rather than evolving at the same pace as the country's current tastes. Add So one of my healer friends asked me, "Hey, you are going to make a second character. Stick around. They know their mom doesn't make it that way. Yeah. I didn't know. Dan Pashman: That video just went up a couple weeks ago…. Later on we’ll get more into her videos, and Korean cooking, but first, I wanted to learn more about her life before YouTube stardom. This would be like me putting fresh caught lobster on my kid’s Kraft mac and cheese. That's what Koreans do because we eat everyday. No Koreans singing this song. Maangchi: Oh my God. Directions: Cut 2 pounds of cabbage into thin strips about 2-3 inches in length and ¼ inch wide. It's filled with this and also she sell makgeolli. I said, my father, when he was alive, and he was always proud of me. That's true. CLIP (SCHUYLER SWENSON): Oh, it was beautiful. Dan Pashman: Makgeolli is a traditional Korean alcoholic drink. Her favorite was called City of Heroes. And it’s at this point that her son comes to her and says, “Hey mom, you should start a YouTube channel. Maangchi: Oh, yeah. So she researches it and creates a recipe. Well, Maangchi had gotten a masters in education. I can survive. And they all went through domestic violence and I want to make them feel kind of a, "Today, I am a princess," you know? Maangchi: You can use chopsticks. ", Maangchi’s most popular video of all time is her recipe for, , with 13 million views. Busy, busy. Maangchi: I learned from them that they are kind of sturdy and even though that kind of situation—always they want to make a joke. Some children—even one of my readers says that, "My six month old baby loves you and whenever I turn on your video, her eyes is just sparkly.". Dan Pashman: The term “ram-don” was invented for the film. Are you ready? What kind of dealing is that? Stick around. Because they enjoy their karaoke song, like 30 years or 40 years ago in Korea. Because I feel like when I get it at a restaurant, the pork is often sliced kind of thick. And then sometimes I feel—I felt dizzy. No matter what Maangchi is doing, you always feel like you’re there in her kitchen with her while she cooks. It’s kinda delicious. You come to the US with him. She’s a single mother of adult children, and she’s addicted to online gaming. Kimchi … So there is some bones inside. Maangchi: Hmmm. I can clean it for you but can I keep the head?" Also, you know, they love me. So these days, I keep making my, you know, fermented bean paste soup at home, at least once a week I make this. You know? Well, Maangchi had gotten a masters in education. Like bring ourselves up in America as Korean Americans, because our white parents maybe aren't able to do that for us. 88. It's made from combining two types of packaged instant noodles — a Chinese inspired ramen and then a Japanese style udon made with a spicy Korean seafood broth. You know? Don't try to judge each other. You know, physically, mentally, emotionally? Why don't you be healer this time?" Flower, sometimes. If you know him from TV, you probably think of him as an. And she asks, "Am I supposed to dip my meat in it? So you can eat it. The host is at the counter, teaching you how to cook something. Dan Pashman: Parasite writer and director, Bong Joon-Ho, explained the thinking behind using this particular dish in the movie. We fought for that. Workers, you know? You can pull it apart with your hands but then you get fat in one side and meat on the other and that's no good. Wow. Oh my God. And what's the secret? There’s a custom in South Korea where people visit their ancestors’ graves and bring food and drinks. Sometimes, you know, rice cake and quite delicious. In it, she dives deeper into Korean cuisine and adds a bunch of new recipes, including sections on healthy meals from a Korean Buddhist temple and also make-ahead meals for Korean lunch boxes. https://www.wnyc.org/story/recipe-maangchis-napa-cabbage-kimchi You always, everyday, open it. She and her husband got divorced, and she ended up in Toronto. Maybe you have a food related disagreement or dispute with a friend or loved one? 150 g ground pork. Food, you know—that happens with food everywhere. Email me at hello@sporkful.com and you could be calling in to a future episode of the show. Dan Pashman: Oh my God. ", Now, we’re gonna go down a bit of a rabbit hole here, cause I started reading up on this a bit. And number three is doenjang jjigae, soybean paste stew. Dan Pashman: You have to cut the pork belly vertical, cause you want a little but of the meat and the fat in each bite. In this updated recipe, I also used dangmyeon (당면), sweet potato starch noodles, which is also common in mandu fillings. You might already be one of her 4 million subscribers, but if you're not: she's got hundreds of. For decades, food TV shows were what's called "stand and stir". Is for entertainment? Just give them only compliment. Dan Pashman: Maangchi took that same “let’s go!” attitude into a very different part of her life. Cheese buldak, the spicy fire chicken. That's true. Although I made the buldak. So I do it once, move forward. So you and you're basically like, you're here like braising the pork belly and the secret ingredient is that you add hazelnut coffee. Jun 23, 2017 - Explore Richard Weaver's board "Maangchi", followed by 156 people on Pinterest. You read this from my first cookbook? I would rather go to medical school in real life. So I wanted to surprise people. They eat it in all the ways you’d expect—string cheese and pizza—but it’s also been adapted into more traditional Korean dishes like one of my favorites, budae-jjigae, or Army Base Stew. Early morning, those guys work so hard, you know, 4:00 AM they just—thomp, thomp, thomp, thomp, thomp—coming into this harbor to sell their fish they caught. Today, she has 4 million subscribers. Kimchi-bokkeumbap. Many Asian people have lactose intolerance, so when did this cheese love start to become a thing and what's the best way to eat cheese with traditional Korean food?" Now maybe you're thinking, “Kraft singles on Korean food?” But after U.S. soldiers were stationed on the peninsula during the Korean War, some Koreans developed an affinity for American cheese. So it’s 2007, and her son suggests she start a YouTube channel where she shares her recipes for Korean food. Dan Pashman: So Maangchi was prepared for the worst, but as it turned out, even in 1992 in Missouri, there were Korean markets around. I can say a good way. My father was so proud of me and, "Why, you are my daughter. Pa kimchi … Maangchi's recipes by category: Kimchi. She puts a lot of thought into how she’s gonna teach each dish. And then I give a hard time to my camera person, "Hey, you make me look so old." So I bought good quality hot pepper paste, sometimes frozen oysters. She was born Kim Kwang-Sook and grew up on the southern coast of South Korea, in the port city of Yeosu. Kimchi. She's always waving almost maniacally, and saying... She has a real warmth about her, and so much passion for Korean food. Dan Pashman: The videos aren’t glossy, they’re homey. Her new one out now is called. I don't know anything about jjapaguri. I didn't know. So this has gone from a hobby to a job. When you put it in the refrigerator, it takes two weeks to ferment. 125 g minced tofu. She says she also loved the community of online gaming, connecting with people all over the place, plotting strategies with her teammates. It's one pouch, you have all kinds of diets, balanced diet. And then I made a video. Dan Pashman: So you and you're basically like, you're here like braising the pork belly and the secret ingredient is that you add hazelnut coffee. Invite your friends and family and make this and have fun. Just make it small. How can I survive without doenjang? I bought a huge octopus for my family. Like it has everything. 1. Oyster sauce has way too much other stuff going on and it won't taste like regular kimchi once you … And as Maangchi told me... A few of my readers asked me, "Can you make a video?" Sometimes her readers ask for a dish she’s not familiar with. She was able to get ingredients to make Korean food. Dan Pashman: She was sort of imagining that like you were her birth mother. Maangchi: Every morning I woke up with that horn and the boom sound, and also—thomp, thomp, thomp, thomp, thomp—a fishing boat. , I’m Dan Pashman. Just by myself, you know, pray, "Father, you know, I am here." Maangchi: Just make it small. Right, the American cheese. More than a million people have watched her make white rice. Her biggest hobby at the time, video games. I bought a huge octopus for my family. She said, "Oh, okay. It was traditionally served to farmers as part of a midmorning snack or with lunch.". Today South Korea is the second biggest importer of American cheese, after Mexico. So I just—they come and then I made homemade kimchi for them. It's filled with this and also she sell makgeolli. Email me, hello@sporkful.com. In 2003, Maangchi got really into online multiplayer role-playing games. Dan Pashman: Now maybe you're thinking, “Kraft singles on Korean food?” But after U.S. soldiers were stationed on the peninsula during the Korean War, some Koreans developed an affinity for American cheese. You can make bo ssam at home, like this! Dan Pashman: When it’s finally cool enough to eat, she wraps the pork belly, kimchi, and radish salad in a cabbage leaf and shoves the whole thing into her mouth in front of the camera. See more ideas about Maangchi recipes, Recipes, Maangchi. You know? You make me so so comfortable. And when she goes back, she does more than just check out the latest food trends. So my readers say there sometimes—they leave a comment there, "Oh my, Maangchi's making this way. And the red spicy red salad I would eat separately. Maangchi: All the time. Then your kimchi will be so tasty. Dan Pashman: Well Maangchi’s dad would definitely have a lot to brag about now. 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