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Chef Cecilia Chiang and Betelnut Chef Alex Ong explain Beggar’s Chicken

Chef Cecilia Chiang and Betelnut Chef Alex Ong explain Beggar's Chicken

Chef Cecilia Chiang and Betelnut Chef Alex Ong explain Beggar’s Chicken (wrapped in lotus leaf and baked in clay) at a “Chez Soi” dinner to celebrate Chez Panisse’s 40th. Former Gourmet editor Ruth Reichl looks on as San Francisco Ballet’s principal dancer Yuan Yuan Tan breaks the clay. For more about this dinner, see “Cecilia Chiang, Patty Unterman, & Ruth Reichl Dinner Celebrates Chez Panisse 40th” at foodandwinemavens.blogspot.com

Symphony of My Cuisine (Chef Jack Lee)

Chinoise Cuisine 6th collections in Devorzon Gallery in Beverly Hills, I did this collection right after I recovered from my major surgery! Also, I would like to recognize Redmon Wine for sponsoring one of Echelon event. Beautiful Cabernet Sauvignon 🙂 I’m fully recovered! and a celebration of new ME! I love this song! so COOL.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

The Ultimate Chef Test

“Top Chef” kicks off as 21 chefs from around the country enter the kitchens of our judges – Tom Colicchio, Emeril Lagasse, Hugh Acheson and the newest addition, Wolfgang Puck. Each judge tests their group of chef’testants in their own real-world challenge.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Kung Pao Chicken – Ginger Chef TV cooking show on C31.mpg

Ginger Chef — Gourmet Parade is a year round TV cooking show on C31 Melbourne, Australia – aiming at creating a lively atmosphere for learning cooking. There are two main themes for the show: Asian style cooking and cooking from other region of the world. Asian food is perceived as fast, healthy, flavorsome and economical. However it can be a fairly confusing and bewildering experience for a first time Asian cook and even experience ones, to single out the right ingredients for a particular dish. Yet, the number of actual ingredients used in most Chinese and other Asian recipes is very few. Some dishes require only four ingredients or less to prepare. The Ginger Chef teaches everyone to prepare splendid healthy dishes in minutes with ease and comfort. A local presenter will also introduce the signature dishes of local authentic Asian restaurants… it is a fun forum for viewers to explore Asian culinary edict and dietary traditions. Indeed, we have lots of feedback from a diverse range of cultural/ethnics backgrounds asking us for showcasing their cooking and styles as they want to share their cooking traditions within our multicultural society. So Ginger Chef will also step into the local families’ backyard or home kitchen…making the show more cultural diversified and fun to watch…