Taekyung Chung is a Korean ex-pat who has lived in Japan for 17 years. She is a frequent contributor to newspapers and magazines who has taught Korean cooking for 20 years and is also the author of two previously published books. Debra Samuels has taught cooking for over two decades. She has done countless cooking demonstrations and classes all over the Boston area as well as for the United States Embassy in Tokyo. She also developed the popular "Kids Are Cooking" series on food, culture and nutrition for Boston's Children's Museum in the United States. Ms. Samuels is also a food writer and food stylist for The Boston Globe.
"A very appealing introduction to Korean cuisine, both classical and contemporary." -Library Journal "A welcome and undaunting introduction into Korean cuisine" -Publishers Weekly "Your display will not be complete without copies of The Korean Table, From Barbecue to Bibimbap, a new collection of recipes that are new, fresh, healthy and full of flavor." -Gourmet Retailer "It's called The Korean Table and it's got 100 recipes in it. If you like Korean food ... it's really good!" -KSCO Flavors "Samuels appreciates Korean cuisine especially for its "enormously healthy and vegetable-heavy" qualities, so much so that she and her longtime friend Taekyung Chung have just published The Korean Table, a 100 recipe collection of what she calls "starter" recipes." -Washington Post