Thursday May 24

Korean Barbecue

Korean Barbecue

Everyone Loves Korean BBQ

Korean barbecue, or Gogi-Gui (which means “meat roast”) is the popular Korean method for grilling meats and chicken.  In Korean restaurants, the meats might be grilled on gas or charcoal grills built right into the dining tables. Korean barbecue is not only popular in Korea, it has been trending feverishly worldwide.  Chris Schwarz, Executive Corporate Chef of the Tom Douglas Restaurants and the man who teaches our line cooks how to cook, is here to show you why everyone loves Korean barbecue.

We’ll greet you with a glass of Hite beer, extra cold.  Hite is a South Korean brewery company headquartered in Seoul.  As you watch Chris demo, you’ll enjoy substantial tastes of each dish, and you’ll end with a pour of Green Tea Junmai Shochu (a Japanese distilled spirit).

What You’ll Learn and Eat (Demo only)

To start:

  • Sundubu-jjigae- soft tofu soup
  • Sweet and Spicy Pork Spareribs

Gogo Gui (meat roast):

  • Bulgogi- thinly sliced marinated beef with shaved onion and green pepper
  • Galbi Short Ribs with grilled onion
  • Dakgalbi- barbecued chicken with sweet potato, scallion, and tteok (Korean rice cakes)
  • A few BBQ/Dipping Sauces

Banchan (small side dishes):

  • Kimchi- salted and fermented cabbage and other vegetables- the iconic condiment of Korean cuisine
  • Pajori- spicy scallion salad
  • Gamjajorim- warm potato with soy
  • Namul- broccoli with sesame
  • Kaktuki- daikon kimchi

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Korean Barbecue

Hotel Andra
Thursday May 24
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Enroll $90.00