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7th Annual Korean Festival
Posted by Clyde
Sunday, July 13, 2008 9:47 PM


This was my first year attending the Korean Festival, and it will definitely NOT be my last. I think the Korean community has really come together to present to the residents and guests in Honolulu the strength of the Korean culture.

There were over 20 food booths and even the same amount of products and services booths.


I was glad to see that my favorite Korean Shave Ice can still be found. Usually made from fresh fruits, the canned ones tasted just as good. You can enjoy shave ice like this at Bin's in Palama Super Market on Makaloa St. by Kalakaua Ave.

Kalbi (Korean Style BBQ Short Ribs)
Recipe courtesy of Korean Seoul Jung Barbeque at the Waikiki Resort Hotel
3 lbs Short Ribs
Special Sauce
6 cups soy sauce
18 cups pure water OR beef stock
100g green onions
1 whole round onion
2 cloves garlic
1 whole pear
1 whole apple
½ can pineapple (canned)
2 cups malt or corn syrup
2 cups brown or black sugar
1.5 cups sesame oil
2 cups Mirin (seasoned sake)
2 cups sake or cooking red wine
Put ingredients 1-10 in a pot and boil at high degree. Once boiling, reduce fire to medium and simmer until all ingredients become tender. Remove the vegetables only and let sauce cool completely to room temperature.

Add sesame oil, Mirin, and sake/red wine. Add 3 pounds of Short Ribs in the sauce individually, one-by-one. Keep ribs & sauce marinated for at least 6 hours.

Once the meat changes color to black (same as soy sauce), it is ready to be cooked.

Recipes like this and others can be found at the Korean Festival website.

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