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Preserving A Mouthwatering Legacy: Kimchi (Originally Broadcast 7/22/2011)

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In the photo above, kimchi is being prepared at D.C.'s Korean Cultural Center.
Emily Friedman
In the photo above, kimchi is being prepared at D.C.'s Korean Cultural Center.

One of Korea's most famous dishes is the preserved delicacy known as kimchi. Emily Friedman meets up with a chef at D.C.'s Korean Cultural Center to learn how to make this spicy dish.

[Music: "Sing For Your Supper" by Benny Goodman from Smoke House Rhythm]

Photos: Kimchi


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