We decided to try some Korean Beef Kalbi (in addition to some Thai Coconut Curry Chicken) we saw at Kroger / Fry's that was on clearance. The beef came in a sealed bag, and it was pretty easy to cook following the microwave instructions.
The kalbi beef pieces were pretty good pieces of meat. The kalbi sauce was thick, and it had sort of the taste it's supposed to have, but it was too sweet. Unfortunately, it tasted more just like a regular American bbq sauce than a Korean one.Food: Kroger Korean Kalbi Beef
Source: Fry's Food & Drug Store (Kroger), Tucson, AZ