Mustard Leaf Kimchi

After perusing the Korean market’s fresh vegetable aisle, I found some mustard greens, which resemble green kale. A common type of kimchi, mustard leaf (gat) kimchi (갓김치) is made from …

Make-Ahead Kimchi paste

If you’re like me, you LOVE kimchi, but sometimes don’t love having to make it. Preparing the paste (and in particular peeling garlic!) is the most time-consuming (and annoying!) part of …

Ponytail Radish Kimchi

Young radish (yeolmu 열무김치) aka “ponytail” ‪‎kimchi‬ is a summer delicacy. Use the whole veg, stems and all! Traditionally it is made with fresh green and red chiles. I substituted red …

Cucumber Kimchi

Kimchi is so more than just cabbage! There are almost 200 varieties of kimchi in Korea. This dish uses cucumbers, a summer fruit. It has a clean, refreshing taste (no …

Pumpkin Kimchi (with Video link)

Pumpkins and other squashes abound in autumn. It’s easy to make a spicy kimchi (“hobak” 호박김치) with raw flesh of these gourds. Recently when I was dispatching my annual pumpkin to roast …

Kimchi How-To Videos

In this three part series, Austin shows you how to make traditional kimchi. The paste can be used as a base in all the other kimchi recipes, too! Making Kimchi …

Kimchi Sourdough Pancakes

I made this savory pancake as an improvisation for a potluck. I find that potlucks really bring out the creativity and test my cooking chops! They’re thicker than a crêpe. …

White Kimchi

White kimchi refers to any style of kimchi that does not contain red pepper powder. It predates spicy kimchi in Korea by several hundred years. There are hundreds of ways …

Kohlrabi Kimchi

Kohlrabi literally means cabbage turnip in German. It’s a member of the cole family along with broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale and others. There are several varieties of kohlrabi, manifesting as …

Beet Radish Kimchi

In general, I have a passionate ambivalence to beets. I know it’s a superfood; I’m trying to work on it. Inevitably whenever I put one in my mouth, I still …