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Korean-Uzbek Dinner at At Your Mother-in-Law

Saturday night.  Brighton Beach.  Cuisine born of Stalin's deportation of ethnic Koreans to Uzbekistan.  Join us.  

The proposed menu:

An assortment of cold salads

Kuksu: Cold noodle soup with beef, egg and pickles

Pumpkin Samsa: Pastry stuffed with diced pumpkin and onions

Plov: Pilaf with lamb and carrot

Tandyr flat bread

The final bill for the meal, including tax and tip, will be divided equally among the diners. The estimated cost per diner is $20-25. You will be responsible for the cost of any drinks and individual dessert that you order. Cash only. Please bring small bills.  

Seating is limited to one table. Please only RSVP “Yes” if you will attend. If your plans change, please update your RSVP.

Public Transportation:

-  Q to Brighton Beach

Distance between New York and Tashkent, Uzbekistan:

6,322 miles

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  • Sally

    The bright orange awning says Eddie, but the menu says Elza. In gender nonconforming NYC, it seems right that Your Mother-in-Law is sometimes called Eddie and sometimes Elza. Not a full blown fusion cuisine, Korean-Uzbek cuisine still defies expectations by spanning the Asian-European spectrum. The fusion is subtle or DIY. Top the excellent chewy and crusty tandyr bread with chim-cha, a dill enhanced kimchi. Guksu is translated into kuksu, a cold sweet and sour broth with somen noodles, pickles and beef topped with boundary crossing dill. Julienne carrots also make repeat appearances, as the star in the refreshing and vibrant Korean carrot salad and cameos in the chim-cha and other banchan-like dishes, such as the spicy tripe "hye". The coriander seeded carrot salad isn't Korean, but is the Korean-Uzbek gift to Eastern European cuisine. Stalin helped to prove what the family of immigrants know - the longing for one's ancestral food can survive longer than language and culture.

    2 · July 26, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry, something came up. Hope to see you soon!

    July 10, 2014

  • Linda

    Unfortunately, I have to cancel. I changed my RSVP.

    July 6, 2014

    • Hollis

      Thank you for sharing these articles. I boned up a little bit on Koryo-Saram history ad culture. Knowing the background will make our meal even more enjoyable. Few people know about it, and few can access it.

      June 30, 2014

    • Lisa

      Link for the Dave Cook review:­] and there's another online review here at­

      July 1, 2014

  • Amy

    I am not familiar with Brooklyn, what train line and stop to this restaurant July 12 (Korean food) at Brighton ?

    June 30, 2014

    • Sally

      Public transportation information is included in every announcement. For this dinner, the best option is the Q to Brighton Beach.

      June 30, 2014

  • Susan S.

    Sally: these emails arriving under Central Park Sketching label, not Global Dining. Strange.

    June 30, 2014

  • Stan W.

    If I meet a single Uzbek-Korean woman, this would be perfect.

    1 · June 29, 2014

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