3 weeks Traditional favorites for Korean Thanksgiving Inquirer
  Today, Oct. 1, is Chuseok, Korea's most wonderful and generous time of the year. It is when grains and fruits are plentiful. Chuseok is Korea's Thanksgiving Day, that takes place on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month. At this time, families come together, get dressed in nice clothes or in traditional hanbok, play games and feast on thanksgiving fare. The celebration begins in the morning. Ancestral rites are performed and prayers are offered in thanksgiving for a good harvest. Korean food expert and chef Lily Min explained that the food offered to the ancestors is symbolic and ... more