About Kim Sunée

Kim Sunee

Kim Sunée is the author of A Mouthful of Stars and Trail of Crumbs, which has been translated into Korean, Chinese, and Hebrew. She ate and lived in Europe for a decade before working as a food editor for Southern Living and Cottage Living. She’s also been featured in the New York Times, Ladies’ Homes Journal, People, ELLE, and Glamour, as well as appeared as a guest judge on Food Network’s Iron Chef America. Sunée lives in Anchorage, AK. @kimsunee

Two slabs of BBQ ribs on a piece of foil with a dish of sauce and a spoon nearby.

BBQ Ribs

An oven method for ribs that folks are calling “utter perfection” and “the easiest rib recipe I’ve ever made. And has the best flavor, too.” We think you’ll agree.

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Two plates topped with kimchi fried rice and nori flakes, one with a fried egg and the other with sliced avocado.

Kimchi Fried Rice

An ingenious clean-out-the-fridge creation in disguise that’s gonna upend your notion of leftovers.

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Four deep-fried kimchi arancini on paper towels with a bowl of gochujang sour cream in the background.

Kimchi Arancini

Leftover Korean-style fried rice with an inner melty, cheesy gooeyness that’s pretty much guaranteed to bring you happiness. No matter what else is going on in your life.

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A person assembling a pork taco in a corn tortilla with a bowl of roast pork, a bowl of salsa, and a dish of sliced radishes on the table.

Pork Tacos

Almost as good as cramming tacos from a street cart in your piehole late at night with pork juice dripping from your elbow.

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