The book is divided into 10 chapters starting with Kimchi and Pickles, Veggie Side Dishes, Barbecueing Meat and Poultry, Seafood, Soups and Stews, Porridges, Noodles and Rice Cakes, Snacks and Street Food, all the way to Drinks and Cocktails and Korean Fusion. Each recipe is charmingly illustrated which makes it much more likely to be used because it's so much fun!
Tonight I am making a grocery list to get some of the basic ingredients for these recipes. And the first recipe to try out on my list is the Chile Chicken Stew or Dakbokkeumtang.
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.