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Kimchi: the new cupcake?

Posted by Devra First  January 28, 2010 01:41 PM

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So posit the folks behind the upcoming Greater Boston Kimchi Festival. Kimchi is everywhere these days, though perhaps not quite as ubiquitous as cupcakes, and I say yay. For the fermented spicy cabbage that is a mainstay of the Korean diet is one of my favorite foods.

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I think it could also become one of yours, if it isn't already. So let's celebrate it on March 21, from 3 to 7 p.m., at the Theodore Parker Unitarian Universalist Church, 1859 Centre St., West Roxbury. (Not that you need the address -- you can probably just smell your way there.)

There will be a contest for the best homemade kimchi, as well as tastings, demonstrations, door prizes, and more.

For further information, e-mail kimchi-info@lactoferment.com.

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