This Award-Successful Korean Chef Says Entrepreneurship Is Glamorized. Her Recipe For Good fortune? Crispy Paintings and ... - Entrepreneur

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"I grew up cooking pretty much my whole life. While my brother and sister and other kids were playing outside, I just wanted to be in the kitchen with my grandma," says Esther Choi, chef and founding father of mŏkbar and mŏkbar Brooklyn. "I learned a lot of my cooking from my grandmother and even now, a lot of my recipes are inspired by her."

Pushed by way of her Korean roots, Choi attracts inspiration from age-old tactics from her grandmother's kitchen to introduce her shoppers to the flavors of Korean tradition. All over her junior years, she labored in an overly little Jap-Korean eating place.

"That experience of my first job at 14 years old led to my love for the restaurant industry. Over time, through high school and college, I kept working in restaurants, both in the kitchen and front of house and learned so many skills," says Choi.

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