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Taste of Korea: Kore
Taste of Korea: Korean Cuisine, Full of Wisdom and Nature
Cranbury Public Library

Sunday, Jul. 23, 1pm

Join us for an unforgettable culinary experience with our "Taste of Korea: Korean Cuisine, Full of Wisdom and Nature" program! Discover the secrets of Korean cuisine and the unique cultural traditions that have shaped it into one of the world's most popular and healthy cuisines.

Our expert instructor will guide you through the preparation of two or three mouth-watering Korean dishes, while sharing the wisdom and knowledge behind the ingredients and techniques. You'll learn about the importance of nature and balance in Korean cooking, and gain insight into the cultural significance and history of Korean cuisine.

To enhance your experience, we'll also screen a short documentary film on Bangjja, traditional Korean bronzeware, giving you a glimpse into the fascinating world of Korean cooking and dining. After the cooking demonstration, we'll indulge in a full Korean traditional meal served with Bangjja bronzeware.


About KSCPP:

Korean Spirit & Culture Promotion Project (KSCPP) is a not-for-profit organization that was formed in September 2005 to promote Korean history and culture to the wider world. Since the project inception in 2005, we have held over 2,300 events in the United States, and over 14,000 worldwide. You can visit the KSCPP website at

This program will be held in Meeting Rooms 1&2
*This program is not recommended for those with food allergies.
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