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April 20, 2010


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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

This looks wonderful! Is there any benefit to marinating the meat for longer -- or any detriment to the dish if it's marinated longer?


Lydia – Marination time really depends on the cut of meat used – I used bone-in chicken thighs, so I marinated for a long time. If you use thinly sliced meat the way the Koreans traditionally do, then 5 minutes is fine. The longer times affect flavor and texture.


Julia, I can't say that I've ever had Korean bbq before, but it look delicious...what a sheltered life I've led. Do you have any favorite Korean restaurants in Boston?


I love Korean bbq but never make it myself. This is a good reminder to try at home, thanks for sharing.


Steve -- There used to be a good place in Burlington on route 3A, but no idea how it is now. And Koreana in Central Square is decent.

Lang -- If you have any fiddleheads, they would make a great salad to accompany the BBQ.

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