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Get a nice brown crust on the meat before you flip...
The most interesting part of any Korean meal is the banchan, a number sides that come to the table in tiny individual bowls to be eaten on their own, or used to compliment other dishes. The problem: they tend to hit your table with little explanation. Read more in this week's review: Omi's Procession
Critic Scott Reitz breaks them down.
Photos by Lori Bandi
Published on July 20, 2012