In recent years, Asian-American chefs have been taking over the food scene, with critics and foodies alike celebrating their multi-ethnic mastery of bold flavors and daring cooking techniques. Here are eleven awesome Asian-American chefs that are changing the way we look at food or are just really bad-ass:.
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Out of the kitchen and into the spotlight.
Chinese ingredients by themselves are a vast field of study — dried mushrooms, cured meats, salted fish and bean pastes are only the beginning. While working there, he was invited by a Peruvian entrepreneur to open a Japanese restaurant in Peru. Niki Nakayama — breaking gender barriers by practicing the art of traditional Kaiseki Unlike Yan and Talde, Nakayama is a woman and specializes in Kaiseki, a traditional Japanese culinary practice, which has historically been the domain of men. October 15, 7: