Galbi



The first night in Daejeon, my nephew Kevin and I headed to a little place where the owner treated us wonderfully. Kev ordered pork sparerib Galbi. (Think baby back ribs). The platter of ribs hadn’t arrived yet when I took this picture.

When the ribs arrived, we cooked them a bit more, used the scissors to cut them apart and cut the meat off. The owner, and an elderly customer stopped by a couple times and jumped in to show us their techniques with this…presumably better than ours.

So, you use your metal chopsticks to pick up whatever you want: grill some garlic, have salad, spicy tofu trips, sweet pickles, cabbage, and kimchi. I have to admit, neither of us tried the little seashells (about 3/4″ long). Snails?

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