Nick will try anything once, whether it's tarantula stew in Cambodia, muskox Thai green curry in Greenland or mopane worms in Zimbabwe. However, nothing shook him quite to the core like his university roommate's kitchen abominations. As for food that he actually enjoys, he can be found sniffing around London for its best ramen, Szechuan, Mexican, Korean, Peruvian et al, ad nauseum.
If you're looking to chase the chill away, this Korean hot pot is a proper winter warmer that's both delicious and easy to make. The Chinese mustard greens are also known as mustard cabbage and sow cabbage. They'll add a little heat to the rich caramelised meat, but if you can't find them online you can use kale
South Korea's capital is a quickly evolving metropolis, a place where age-old traditions are making way for fast-paced change. We find our way around bite by bite, and learns that the best way to understand this city is via its food