Spring is here! The flowers are blooming, the bees are buzzing, and the markets are filled with a bounty of seasonal produce. It’s an inspiring time of year and this Spring Vegetable Wonton Soup certainly embraces the season! Wonton soup is perfectly suited for this time of year. The weather can be a bit unpredictable, with plenty of […]
The Korean taco craze has been a food truck favorite for a number of years now, so I’m a little late to the party. I didn’t have my first Korean taco until this past Spring when a large indoor market (Union Market) featuring local food artisans, opened up across the street from where my husband and I lived in Washington, DC. One of the venders in the market was TaKorean – a well established food truck in DC serving…well, Korean Tacos.
I ordered the Beef Bulgogi Tacos with Kimchi and all the toppings. With my first bite, I finally understood what all the hype was about! It was such a full flavor experience – the beef was rich with umami, the kimchi was spicy, and the toppings rounded out the profiles. I became immediately hooked and I began craving it constantly! Since we’ve moved to Atlanta, I have been without my fix. I’m sure I could go out and find Korean tacos in this city, but I figured why not make my own…the way I remember them. The result was like a shot to the arm, and once again all seemed right with the world. They were delicious and just how I remembered them tasting.