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Tipsy Korean Bar Snack

By Chef Deuki Hong

A mix of the familiar and the funky, this classic Korean combination of peanuts, sesame seeds, and dried anchovies is the perfect salty-sweet bar snack.

A mix of the familiar and the funky, this classic Korean combination of peanuts, sesame seeds, and dried anchovies is the perfect salty-sweet bar snack.

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A fun & funky snack food


“I love how well this recipe mixes the familiar with the unexpected. Peanuts and honey are a classic salty-sweet combo, but the anchovies add this unique umami element that elevates the whole thing. Basically the best thing ever with a cold beer.”

-Deuki Hong

Spices in this Recipe Card

Saigon Cinnamon

Native to: Vietnam
Plant family: Lauraceae
Raw form: Bark

Potent and robust, with a slightly peppery flavor that lends bite and depth to savory dishes. Key to pho’s characteristic warm spice blend, it works well when paired with other strong flavors.

In ancient Rome, cinnamon was burned in funeral pyres. Famously awful emperor Nero torched a year’s supply when his second wife died. He just felt that terrible about having had her killed.

Native to: Vietnam
Plant family: Lauraceae
Raw form: Bark
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The Sunday Family

Meet

Deuki Hong

Deuki is a Korean-American chef who moved to the U.S. at the age of 1. Deuki was the Executive Chef of the smash-hit Baekjeong NYC in Manhattan’s Koreatown, and is also the co-author of the New York Times best seller, Koreatown: A Cookbook. In 2017, Deuki launched Sunday Hospitality Group in San Francisco, which has concepts such as Sunday Bird, Sunday Gather, and Sunday at the Museum inside the Asian Art Museum.

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Q
What was your favorite childhood snack growing up?
A

Spam right out of the can, fresh kimchi and white rice. Don’t judge me.

Q
What’s the most overlooked ingredient?
A

Salt. Salt your damn food, people.

Q
What's your favorite off-the-beaten-path spice you wish more people knew about?
A

Perilla. It’s the only one we Koreans have.

Q
What historical figure do you secretly think was a great chef?
A

Jesus. With the whole water to wine thing, the 5 loaves 2 fish bonanza, and all that Bread of Life talk… he was for sure a great chef, or at the bare minimum a serious foodie.

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Late Nite Koreatown

Keep the party going with shareable snacks and sides that epitomize Korean comfort food. From classic favorites to modern twists, there’s something for every craving.

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