Kimchi is a staple of Korean cuisine and pops up in almost every Korean restaurant in regional variations. But if you make your own, you can wind up waiting weeks to taste the fermented side dish. Here’s how it’s made: First, salt some cabbage; sprinkle it with red pepper, garlic, and ginger; and add veggies such as scallions and radishes. Then store the mixture in an airtight container, where it will ferment for months on end. Luckily, Phoenix's Korean restaurants take care of this lengthy process so you can Korea’s national dish in everything from soups to pancakes.Read More
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Arizona State University sits at the heart of Tempe, and its influence can be felt across the city. Opened in 1885, the university is one of the largest in the nation and serves as a living monument to the area’s rich cultural history. That history traces back 20 years before the university’s birth, when Tempe’s first settlers founded Fort McDowell and thereby planted the seeds for a future metropolis.Read More
Evidence of Latino influence is all around Phoenix, from the upbeat Mexican pop songs blaring on radio stations to the vibrant Dia de los Muertos murals that sweep across buildings. The city's flourishing Hispanic population has done much to shape local culture—and that includes local cuisine. Among the diverse range of authentic Mexican eateries here, diners can sample everything from Oaxacan crispy fish tacos to tender machado beef from Monterrey.Read More