More chefs introduce kimchi to U.S. diners

04/25/2012 | Nation's Restaurant News (free registration)

Kimchi -- a Korean food staple -- is finally getting its due in the U.S. as more chefs begin to incorporate the spicy, pickled vegetables into their cuisine. Some of the dishes popping up include kimchi tempura, kimchi tacos and even hamburgers with kimchi slaw and hot dogs with kimchi kraut.

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