Ruth McCartney's Beef Bulgogi with a Twist

"HISTORY The dish originated from northern areas of the Korean Peninsula, but it is also a very popular dish in South Korea, where it can be found anywhere from upscale restaurants to local supermarkets. Bulgogi is believed to have originated during the Goguryeo era (37 BCE–668 CE), when it was originally called maekjeok with the beef being grilled on a skewer. It was then also called neobiani meaning "thinly spread" meat, and was traditionally prepared for the wealthy and the nobility. My version puts a Pan-Asian / Vietnamese spin on it with the addition of the lemongrass and ginger."

Mealtime: Lunch
Diet: Meat Lovers
Contains: Soy

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By Ruth McCartney

Conceptualizer and Co-Founder of this site, she has long been fascinated with data and fans. From the earliest days of learning the value of fans by helping with The Beatles fan club management as her childhood pocket-money job, to today’s Big Data and Tech opportunities in NFTs, e-marketing, to mobile commerce and branding, Ruth covers the spectrum of digital media from past to present. Her technological, entertainment and social media insights have served her well in the worlds of marketing and multimedia. Her passion for marketing and communication drives her daily and now also an internationally acclaimed public speaker, Ruth shares her experiences in the blockchain, music business, marketing, web development, social media, Crypto, NFTs, Big Data and The Internet of Things. And, when she wins the lottery, she wants a culinary school course, and a pet Sloth."