Celebrating adoption through handmade Korean mandu
Sarah & Nate
Sarah was born in the seaside province of Jeollabuk-do, South Korea. 5 months later, she traveled halfway around the world with her foster mom to a new family, and a new home – Upstate New York. Starting at a young age, her parents enrolled her into two nearby Korean culture camps each summer. The camps taught Taekwondo, how to write in Korean, fan dancing, and ddakji. But the best part, for Sarah anyways, was the mandu – filling, crimping, and most importantly, eating.
Nate grew up outside of Pittsburgh in an Italian-Polish family and can remember gathering at a table with his family to eat pierogies (Polish dumpling). In the fall of 2021, Nate left his full-time job as a business banker to prepare for baby dump’s arrival and lead the business. He is the primary maker in the commissary kitchen, delivery man to local retailers, and cook during pop-ups.
Orders are available for pickup only at Ghost Kitchen in North Charleston.
Pickup times are Sunday 9am-10am or Monday 5pm-6pm. You’ll choose your pickup day at checkout.
Each flavor comes in a resealable freezer bag with cooking instructions to pan-fry. Meat fillings are pre-cooked. All wrappers contain gluten.
Pork + Beef
Ground beef, pork, cabbage, onion, scallion, ginger, garlic, soy sauce, sesame oil$30.00 Add to cart
Shiitake mushrooms, vermicelli, cabbage, scallion, ginger, garlic, soy sauce, sesame oil$30.00 Add to cart
Chicken, cream cheese, cheddar cheese, celery, Buffalo sauce$30.00 Add to cart
Local Charleston Retailers
Get your dump fix at the following locations:
Storey Farms – Johns Island
Veggie Bin – Downtown
Choice’s Market – Park Circle
Kwik Stop – Park Circle
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