Korean Food Bazaar to be held Saturday


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Some -- including me -- think it might be Pittsburgh's best food festival.

It's the Korean Food Bazaar, and this Saturday, May 3, the 19th-annual event will once again take over the Shadyside block that is home to the Korean Central Church.

The festival, featuring a huge range of delicacies ranging from bulgogi (Korean-style barbecued beef) to haemul pajeon (seafood pancake) runs from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the church at 821 S. Aiken Ave.

Proceeds benefit various church ministries. For more information, visit kccp.org or call 412-687-7775.


Bob Batz Jr. (bbatz@post-gazette.com)

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