North Korean leader Kim Jon Un has placed his nation's missiles on standby and announced that he is targeting the American mainland. The leader has made recent brash public gestures of militarism, and the Pentagon has vowed to strengthen our nation's West Coast missile defenses in response. With tensions between the U.S. and the unpredictable North Korea at an all time high, the slightest signal by either side could set off a cascading set of responses that could end in disaster. So you can imagine the shockwaves rippling throughout the intelligence community right now, as analysts try to parse the latest strategic volley from North Korea's official news service:
Leek Widely Used for Dishes in Korea
Pyongyang, March 28 (KCNA) — The Koreans have used for spring dishes various species of herbs good for health, including leek.
Leek, a perennial plant, is regarded as a vegetable unique in taste and odor and it is cultivated between early spring and autumn.
It contains 2.3% of protein, 0.51% of fat, vitamins A, B1, B2, C and much antibiotic.
Leek can be taken in various forms of dishes and used as a bun stuffing.