The New York Times just noticed people are taking photos of food

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First Camera, Then Fork

I took this photo awhile ago, but I don’t post every photo of food I take.  It’s kongguksu, a summery dish of wheat-flour noodles in a cold soybean soup that gets liberally salted.  The whiteness of it bothered me when I was a kid, but now, I think it’s delicious.

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One Response to “The New York Times just noticed people are taking photos of food”

  1. nancy Says:

    i love konggguksu. there was one summer where my parents were REALLY into soy and my mom would try to make kongguksu. it was more like kongguksu bolagnese, but i loved it nonetheless 🙂

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