After the debacle on the local TV station about the names of the Korean pilots of the ill fated Asiana flight to SFO I decided to blog on the green nature of Korean cooking.
PBS hosts a really good show on Korean cooking called Cathlyn's Korean Kitchen. Here is the link
This is from the link
Produced by Carma Media & Entertainment and hosted by Korean celebrity chef and musical artist Cathlyn Choi, this cultural and entertaining cooking program showcases delicious, nutritious and easy to make traditional and fusion Korean cuisines. The program also explores rich, historical Korean culture with the viewers, and how Korean food has played such an important role over the centuries. Whether you’re a food connoisseur, or just looking to learn the secrets of making great Fusion recipes, Cathlyn’s Kitchen is sure to educate, entertain, and enlighten you.
Here is a recipe for soybean paste soup that is a really eco friendly source of nutrition.
The Asiana Pilot Lee Can Cook will soon make a guest appearance on Cathlyn's Korean Kitchen but you may have to wait a while till he serves plane drop soup, the Asiana equivalent of Hung Far Low's Egg Drop Soup