(Part 1) “Must-Try” Dishes in China Every Foodie Should Experience in His/Her Lifetime
I highly admire people who pursue their passion and become very successful (and happy). I was privileged to have met the Master Chef Martin Yan, who is here on a promotional tour for GE Monogram’s luxurious kitchen line. Watch this three-part mentoring session with Master Chef Martin Yan!
(Part 2) How Would You Know A Chinese Restaurant is Authentic?
Tip: Listen until the end where I ask Chef Martin Yan if he ever uses MSG like most of the Chinese restaurants.
(Part 3) How to be a Filipino Culinary and Cultural Ambassador?
Tip: Thanks for the power tip on how I can, in my own way, promote Filipino cuisine and heritage to the world!
Thanks to Master Chef Martin Yan for sharing your wisdom!
About Martin Yan
“Martin Yan is a celebrated host of over 3,000 cooking shows, broadcast worldwide. He enjoys distinction as a certified Master Chef, a highly respected food consultant, a cooking instructor and a prolific author.
His diverse talents have found expression in 30 cookbooks, including the award-winning “Martin Yan’s Feast”, “Martin Yan’s Asian Favorites”, “Chinese Cooking for Dummies”, “Martin Yan’s Chinatown Cooking” (intro by Julia Child), “Martin Yan’s Quick & Easy”, and his latest, “Martin Yan’s China” (a cookbook that documents his travels throughout the far reaches of China, and his culinary discoveries).”
Live an Awesome Life,
P.S. I just met him this morning, and he is leaving tomorrow. Not sure if there are fans out there who want to meet him or have their book Martin Yan’s China signed by Chef Martin Yan himself.
P.P.S. No, he is not the chef of Wok with Yan (they are different). He is a Chinese chef based in America and the host of the show, Yan Can Cook.