by April 5, 2011 at 9:15 pm 3,792 4 Comments

DC Korean food, Restaurant Mandu, 18th Street NW, Luis Gomez Photos, Borderstan

Mandu serves up traditional Korean fare at 1805 18th Street NW. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Alejandra Owens of One Bite At A Time where she writes about food, cooking and even offers up some great recipes. You can also find her on Twitter at @frijolita.

Spring is on its way, folks! While you Borderstanis are reveling in the warmth, the tulips and the cherry blossoms, I am running around trying to eek out the last bits of Winter style eating. Braised short ribs. Hearty meat sauces. Anything braised or baked. Anything that sits a little heavy when you eat it or requires a side of a half loaf of bread to sop up meaty jous.

I checked and it looks like we have some rain coming our way. Yes! Know what some chilly, gray weather calls for? A big ‘ol hot stone bowl full of bibimbap! (Fried egg on top is a must.) Everyone has their “chicken soup” of sorts and mine is bibimbap from Mandu on 18th Street NW.



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