Monday, June 18, 2018

jeok -

Jeok is Korean cuisine in the form of roasted meat such as satay. Although similar to baked goods such as bulgogi and galbi, the term jeok refers to roasted meat using a puncture. The earliest notes on jokes are found in ancient Chinese documents stating that on special days, Chinese nobles will be entertained by Korean jeans.

Jeok is composed of cuts of meat, mushrooms and vegetables that are pierced and roasted on the fire. Jeok is usually enjoyed on special days such as weddings and 60th birthday party (hwangap). Variations of jokes include san-jeok, hwayang-jeok, nureum-jeok, which are embellished and then baked with a puncture.