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How To Eat Live Octopus — K-Town The Ultimate Prime Rib Is Cooked In 90-Day 1 day ago   06:59

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One of the most shocking and perhaps controversial dishes in Korean cuisine is live octopus, or san nakji. The dish is popular in Korea, especially in coastal towns and cities where live octopus doesn't have to take a long trip from the ocean to the plate. In seafood markets in Korea, they often display live fish and shellfish so that diners know just how fresh their ingredients are. Here in New York City, K-Town host Matthew Kang joins colleague and Eater NY reporter Stefanie Tuder at Sik Gaek, one of the few restaurants in town that specialize in live octopus.

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The Ultimate Prime Rib Is Cooked In 90-Day How To Eat Live Octopus — K-Town 1 day ago   08:13

Professional carnivore Nick Solares loves two things: Dry-aged beef and prime rib. This week on The Meat Show he visits Mu Ramen in Long Island City, where Chef Joshua Smookler helps him combine those joys with a 200 day dry-aged prime rib slow cooked in a giant vat of rendered lard.

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