Kimchi is a fermented cabbage condiment (although you can make it with radishes and greens as well) that is like crack cocaine to those of Korean heritage. Seriously – they are addicts and cannot live without the stuff. It is served with every meal and is as common as a glass of water at any Korean restaurant. But you do not need to hale from the great nation of Korea to enjoy this spicy and delicious dish.

Serious Eats has put together 10 Things to do with Kimchi that add a fusion twist to this traditional dish. There are kimchi quesadillas, kimchi grits, a kimchi Bloody Mary and even kimchi butter (um, what?).

Check out the whole list here.

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