Changing the face of Asian food in America one menu at a time, Ching-He Huang travels across the country to help struggling restaurants update and revitalize their dishes and make over their run-of-the-mill establishments.
Ching's Web-Only Guide to Chinese Cooking
No chef deserves to be in the kitchen of a Chinese restaurant without knowing these terms.
Chinese Kitchen Weapons
When it comes to Chinese cooking, you need some good essential tools.
Ching packs up her cleaver and heads to Livingston New Jersey to help save a failing kosher sushi joint that has lost...more
Ching is on her way to the traditionally Italian neighborhood of South Philly to help Joe and Renae DeCristo. These...moreRecipes from episode:
Ching's next destination is Cherry Hill, New Jersey. When brother and sister Jim and Anita opened Vietnamese restaurant...moreRecipes from episode:
Ching's dishing out culinary therapy at a Thai restaurant in New Jersey. After their first restaurant in Manhattan failed,...moreRecipes from episode:
Ching's hailing a yellow taxi, headed to New York City's Murray Hill - or Curry Hill as it's affectionately known. She's...moreRecipes from episode:
New York City's Koreatown is the location for Ching's next struggling restaurant. Run by fun-loving owner May, Kirakuya...moreRecipes from episode:
Know Your Chinese Protein
While Chinese consume standard proteins such as chicken, fish, beef, lamb, pork and shellfish just like in the West, there are certain sources of protein that originated specifically from China.Ching's Guide to Shark's Fin, Chinese Sauage and More