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Re: “Berkeley Social Club Is a Different Kind of Korean Restaurant

BTW, Pican's "Creole Spiced Bacon" is dead easy to make; I do it all the time at home. Didn't even need a recipe to figure that one out, LOL. We prefer it with a modest amt of brown sugar, we like our spicy bacon to taste balanced between sweet/salt and less like candied jerky.

Posted by Jean Komatsu 1 on 01/16/2017 at 2:25 PM

Re: “Berkeley Social Club Is a Different Kind of Korean Restaurant

I've enjoyed the Millionaire's Bacon at Brewery Gulch Inn many times, and it's so incredibly delicious! What I find interesting is that not only is the name of Mr. Choi's bacon the same as that of the dish that's been on BGI's menu since 2001, but the ingredients for Mr. Choi's bacon look identical to the ingredients in the Millionaire's Bacon at Brewery Gulch Inn. Things that make you go "Hmmm...."

Posted by Heather Thompson Noll on 01/11/2017 at 2:41 PM

Re: “Berkeley Social Club Is a Different Kind of Korean Restaurant

We are both amused and honored that Mr. Choi, a guest of ours in 2010, has chosen to include on his menu Millionaire's Bacon, a signature item created by our first chef and the featured item on our menu since the Inn's opening in 2001.

Guy Pacurar, Proprietor
Brewery Gulch Inn
Mendocino, California

Posted by Guy Pacurar on 01/11/2017 at 2:02 PM

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