Grilling up gopchang and vegetables in Koreatown. (By Jacklyn Kim)
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Grilling up gopchang and vegetables in Koreatown. (Photo by Jacklyn Kim)
We visit Koreatown for gopchang, a traditional dish made from grilled intestines. Contributor Jacklyn Kim reports on how the dish has become a favorite of some Angelenos. With help from the Independent Producer Project.
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Learn how to make bánh chưng from Diep’s recipe on the Good Food blog.
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