Rachel Adams
Smells so wonderful cooking in the oven or grilling!

Cookbook: Frugal Gourmet: On Our Immigrant Ancestors
Pg. 263

Korean BBQ Sauce:

1 cup low sodium soy sauce   1/4 cup sake or dry cooking sherry
4 slices of ginger, julienned     2 cloves garlic, thinly sliced    2 Tbsp. sugar
3/4 C. apple juice concentrated or white wine   3 Tbsp. sesame oil

Place all ingredients but the oil in a saucepan and bring to a simmer. Cook 10 min. uncovered; then remove from heat and add oil. Pour over meat and marinate.

The Beef:

Purchase 4 lbs. of beef barbecue ribs cut across the grain into 2-in. pieces, Korean or Japanese style. Your butcher will know what you mean. Have the butcher cut them 1/4-in. thick. Rub ribs with sesame oil and then marinate in Korean bbq sauce. Grill ribs over high heat or charcoal, turning once, until tender. DO NOT over cook this dish.