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  1. Dana
    September 18, 2008

    This is one of my hubby’s favourite ways to prepare beef in the Asian style. I’ll have to make this for him soon.

  2. Cheryl
    September 18, 2008

    Yum! I have ribs with a dry rib sitting in the fridge – part of my efforts to clean out the freezer. I have a lot of ribs, want to come over?

  3. crockpot lady
    September 18, 2008

    ooh. I like the sound of this meat. I made ribs earlier in the year and the memory is making me drool.
    xox
    steph

  4. Bruce Harrington
    September 18, 2008

    Bulgogi is a family favorite. It helps that it isn’t too difficult or expensive. One minor detail I’ve discovered is that everyone likes to describe the meat as cut “paper thin.” I don’t recommend it. If you have a sharp knife and can cut it into extremely thin slices, the marinade takes over the flavor. It becomes sweet, salty and garlicly, but no beef. Cut it a little thicker and you’ll enjoy it more.

  5. Lisa
    September 18, 2008

    Can you work on my freezer next? ;)

  6. holly
    September 21, 2008

    Yum. I love Bulgogi. Lived in Korea as a child and I even have the little brass grill to cook it on. We always serve it with Pocumpop, a stir fry of rice and mixed vegetables. I love your recipes and I esp loved your resolution to use things from your freezer to free up real estate! I need to do that in the biggest way! Thanks for the inspiration.

  7. Linda
    December 8, 2009

    Used to have a cast ? (not sure what metal) dome that sat over a burner. Once heated, you placed the beef slices on it and they caramelized beautifully. There were vents to let the excess heat out and a rim to catch extra juices. It was a little messy but not bad.

    Probably purchased it in China Town stores.

  8. Madelyn
    June 6, 2010

    looks delicious but…I’m guessing its arirang market, and bulgogi? Arirang is a popular much-loved korean folk song. ^__^
    Looks delic!

  9. Madelyn
    June 6, 2010

    looks delicious but…I’m guessing its arirang market, and bulgogi? Arirang is a popular much-loved korean folk song. ^__^
    Looks delish!

  10. JulieVR
    June 6, 2010

    Yes – Arirang! Pardon the typo!

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