Shiso Recipe from The Good Fork’s Sohui Kim

Sohui Kim's shiso can be served over rice.

Puzzled with what to do with your shiso from this week’s share? Chef Sohui Kim, co-owner of The Good Fork, has a solution that takes only minutes to prepare. “The shiso recipe is really, really simple,” she says. “It’s a Korean side dish recipe where the shiso is marinated and kept for several weeks to be eaten with steamed rice and fish or meat.”

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Tomato Gazpacho from Sohui Kim

Sohui Kim, chef and co-owner of The Good Fork (pictured), shares her recipe for tomato gazpacho. Photo credit: Joe Tannis

On the menu at The Good Fork on Van Brunt Street, you’ll find items marked “AV” for our own Added Value vegetables. Chef Sohui Kim, who owns the restaurant with her husband Ben Schneider, notes it’s been a busy summer “cooking veggies from the farm,” and adds that The Good Fork also recently catered a wedding at the farm as well. But she found time to share her recipe for tomato gazpacho—a quick, simple recipe that calls for some recent CSA share vegetables: tomatoes, cucumbers and jalapeño.

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