My sister’s flight was canceled because of the snow. So we went out for Korean food. Pan Jeong (scallion pancake $15.95) and Samgae Tang (stewed baby chicken with ginseng $20.99). Wikipedia says, “Samgyetang is traditionally served in the summer for its supposed nutrients, which replaces those lost through excessive sweating and physical exertion during the hot summers in Korea.” It didn’t taste like anything until I added salt. Then it was pretty good. But I wonder if I would like eating salty warm water?

Kang Suh – 1250 Broadway (btwn 31st & 32nd St) New York, NY 10001

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