Film, Video Homegrown Foodways in West Virginia: Kimchi Fermentation with Marlyn McClendon
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- Homegrown Foodways in West Virginia: Kimchi Fermentation with Marlyn McClendon
- As part of the American Folklife Center's Homegrown Foodways in West Virginia film series and panel discussion program, the film, "Fermentation with Marlyn McClendon." In this second film of the series, co-produced with the West Virginia State Folklorist, Emily Hilliard, and Mike Costello and Amy Dawson of West Virginia's Lost Creek Farm, filmmakers Costello and Dawson join Marlyn McClendon (Lobelia, WV) as she explores both her Korean and Appalachian heritage at the dinner table, often preparing traditional Korean foods with ingredients grown or foraged nearby. In the film, Marlyn and her mother, Yong, prepare traditional kimchi and a variety of other Korean dishes for a meal shared with friends and neighbors.
- September 01, 2021
- 27 minutes 55 seconds
- online text
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