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Korean lunch and learning enjoyed at FM2

Americanized version of Korean Bulgogi was main entree
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By Barbara Armitage

We counted at nearly 100 kids and adults who took part in the "Learn about Korea" lunch at the Square Meals Cafe at the Farmers Market on the Square, Saturday June 3, 2017.

Brothers Ty and Gabe Coleman along with their mom Maggie Coleman were our special guests at the cafe. The kids played a Korean game "Yutnori" and talked about their experiences traveling in Ty's home country of Korea.

The Square Meals Cafe served an Americanized version of Bulgogi, a grilled Korean beef, served in a wrap with rice and vegetables. It was an instant hit with both kids and adults.

Congratulations to everyone who came out to learn about Korea and taste the foods of a culture so far away.

Farmers Market on the Square is open Saturdays, 8am-1pmCT and Wednesdays 1pm-6pmCT on the corner of Campbellsville St. and Market St. Across the street from the Columbia City Hall and next door to the Judicial Center.

For more information contact Barbara Armitage, 270-250-2979.

This story was posted on 2017-06-12 08:57:14
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