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Around the web: Food photography and Sam Sifton recreates Momofuku’s bo ssam

If this sort of thing interests you, follow this link to view some stylized and sometimes avant-garde food photography. There are definitely some interesting pictures such as one titled “Discodip broccoli.” (It’s a large head of broccoli covered with candy sprinkles.)

If you LOVE pork and are looking for a fun home dining option, The New York Times Sam Sifton wrote about making Momofuku’s Korean pork shoulder dish called bo ssam. And yes, it contains Sifton’s adapted recipe.

Creative Loafing’s Cliff Bostock takes a sneak peek at Asha Gomez’s new culinary ode to Kerala. Gomez dishes about Indian cooking techniques such as applying the right amount of cardamom and the conception of spice. It sounds amazing.

by Gene Lee, Food and More blog

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FoodFan

January 13th, 2012
1:06 pm

Had the bo ssam meal once with a crowd for his b-day and it was one of the best experiences ever. Want to do the fried chicken meal next there. Best thing at the Momofuku Noodle Bar, though, is the pork & kimchee stew (off the menu). One of the best experiences you can have in NYC for the money.

Edward

January 14th, 2012
10:40 am

The bo ssam looks amazing, I would love to try that.

btownsend

January 16th, 2012
11:08 am

How about this early AJC preview of Asha Gomez’s Kerala cooking at Cardamom Hill:

http://www.accessatlanta.com/atlanta-holiday-guide/entertaining/spice-up-thanksgiving-leftovers-1220200.html