John_Publius 
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Re: “Review: Heirloom Market BBQ

Besha, I said the perspective was severely retarded not you and my response makes me look socially retarded. In hindsight, I did not use the correct word - DOH! - I apoligize. Please let me rephrase it to be a "biased" or "limited" perspective.

I lived in Korea for several years and my late wife was Korean - I love the culture and the food which caused me to have a knee jerk response. Again, Sorry.

Realistically, Bulgogi may be called Korean BBQ but it is grilled meat and smoke has nothing to do with it. I think "BBQ" was just Americans labeling it incorrectly, the same way most people fire up the grills to "BBQ" , as opposed to grill on the week end.

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Posted by John_Publius on 02/25/2011 at 4:24 PM

Re: “Review: Heirloom Market BBQ

Besha, this review reads as if an idiot wrote it.

"Fermented funk"? Vegetables are fermented, not meat. You are clearly stereotyping food from a severely retarded perspective. "Funky" meat is called rancid, putrid or rotten pretty much anywhere in the civilized world.

Korean BBQ, Bul gogi (beef) and Kai gogi (dog), are slightly sweet, with Asian Pear comprising at least 10% of the sauce for sweetness, Got that? SWEETNESS.

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Posted by John_Publius on 02/25/2011 at 12:56 AM

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