A K-Town-Adjacent Stand Is Serving Yummy Mashups of Asian Sausage Traditions

After a life-changing trip to Taiwan, chef Steve Cho fired up the griddle at Soseji
Josh Lurie • Los Angeles Magazine • August 16, 2021
A masked chef named Steve Cho tends to a griddle crackling with oil beneath a red pop-up tent just outside a strip mall parking lot. Sausages and hot dogs sizzle alongside jalapeños. Cho stirs corn kernels and cream with a spoon in a shallow pan...
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