Palsaik Korean BBQ – Off the wagon for the day

I saw a review for this place on the Cooking Channel, and I had high hopes when I walked in the door. I was totally not disappointed either.

Those of you who have been following my saga, I’ve been more or less a pescetarian since July. Since it’s not really an ideological thing, and more of a health thing, I’ve been great about keeping up with it, with very few exceptions. Today.. well let’s just say that I didn’t FALL off the wagon. I jumped. Right into a Korean Barbeque restaurant for a magical dish called 8 Flavors of Pork.

They marinate these 12 inch x 2 inch strips of pork belly (about 2 cm thick) in a variety of delicious spices. The favorites of the day were garlic, wine, ginseng (which I didn’t realize had a flavor) and hot. Every bite was rich, tender, and juicy. God I wish I could eat like that all the time.

Even as my belly is currently reminding me that I don’t eat meat for a reason,iregretnothing

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I am food obsessed. I love trying new recipes, putzing in the kitchen, making my own cheese and other random kitchen tom-foolery. Follow my exploits.. the good, the bad, and the burnt.
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2 Responses to Palsaik Korean BBQ – Off the wagon for the day

  1. Ben says:

    Now Obi-One’s failure is complete. With every bite you come closer and closer to the dark side.

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