Japanese electronics company Thanko has come up with another brilliant way to cook your favorite struggle meals: the new Kalari portable fryer.
The Kalari has a wide range of temperature settings, up to 392 degrees Fahrenheit. A personal fryer, it only holds up to 16.9 ounces of oil. Its size makes the Kalari a perfect personal fryer for your college dorm room or that box in New York City you pay nearly $3,000 a month for.
- Netflix announced on Monday that it will reboot the hit culinary show “Iron Chef” on its streaming platform this summer.
- Titled “Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend,” the new show’s eight 45-minute episodes will be released weekly starting June 15.
- “Five new trailblazing Iron Chefs will welcome brave Challenger Chefs to the reimagined Kitchen Stadium, where they'll face off and be pushed to the limits of endurance and creativity,” Netflix said of the show in a press release.
- Mark Dacascos will reprise his role as “The Chairman,” and Alton Brown will also return as the host, now joined by Korean-born American chef and “Top Chef” Season 10 winner Kristen Kish as his co-host.
- “Iron Chef” was originally a Japanese show and was successfully adapted for US audiences in 2005 with“Iron Chef America,” which ran for an impressive 13 seasons on the Food Network.
Netflix announced on Monday that it will reboot the hit culinary competition show “Iron Chef” on its streaming platform this summer.
Titled “Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend,” the new show’s eight 45-minute episodes will be released weekly starting June 15.
‘If Yan can cook, so can you!’: TV chef icon Martin Yan awarded James Beard Lifetime Achievement honor
- TV chef personality Martin Yan was announced yesterday as this year’s James Beard Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award winner.
- Yan is the second Asian American to win the award, after Chinese American restaurateur and chef Cecilia Chiang, who won in 2013.
- In 1982 at the age of 33, a young Yan was given the opportunity to have his own cooking show, titled “Yan Can Cook.” Since then, he went on to dedicate 43 years to sharing Asian American cuisine and culture to a global audience.
- Under PBS, Yan has filmed over 2,000 TV episodes and published nearly 30 cookbooks.
- Yan was previously awarded six other James Beard awards, predominantly for his work in television cooking.
Chinese American culinary legend Martin Yan has been given the 2022 James Beard Lifetime Achievement Award for his 43 years in the industry.
Prestigious culinary arts organization the James Beard Foundation announced yesterday TV chef icon Martin Yan, 73, as the recipient of their 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award. The honor is reserved for people working in the food industry “whose lifetime body of work has had a positive and long-lasting impact on the way we eat, cook, and think about food in America.”
- The official Pokémon YouTube channel recently released a three-episode cooking series titled “Sweet Winter with Pokémon.”
- The series’ host is joined by his four adorable Poké pals: Charmander, Psyduck, Jigglypuff and Pikachu.
- The videos feature relaxing cooking sounds, music and Pokémon chatter, but no dialogue or narration.
The official Pokémon YouTube channel has released a series of cooking videos featuring adorable Poké pals Charmander, Psyduck, Jigglypuff and Pikachu.
The series, titled “Sweet Winter with Pokémon,” features three dialogue- and narration-free cooking videos. The series’ host is joined by his four adorable housemates while preparing sweet treats.
After enduring ridicule and toxic vitriol for a cooking video she did for BBC over a year ago, TV presenter Hersha Patel is now set on turning the hatred into positivity.
Hersha revealed in an interview with NextShark how she is able to take the online criticisms in stride by using optimism and a lot of humor.
Uncle Roger — a character created by Malaysian comedian Nigel Ng — has joined forces with Hersha Patel, also known online as the “egg fried rice lady,” in a YouTube collaboration.
What is the video about: The video, which premiered on the 29-year-old comedian’s channel on August 9, shows Uncle Roger giving Patel another chance to properly cook rice and egg fried rice, Huffington Post reported.
One grandma has gone viral for her simple yet super wholesome cooking videos on TikTok.
Lynn Davis, also known online as Lynja or her handle name “Cooking with Lynja,” has more than 607,000 followers on TikTok and amassed over 5.7 million likes on the video-sharing platform, according to Mashable.
Fried rice is pretty straightforward: stir-fry cooked rice, mix in some meat and veggies and you’re good to go.
The dish is so versatile that one can do almost an infinite number of combinations and you would still recognize it for what it is.
What happened: Chef Jock Zonfrillo condemned viewer Graham Jones for not seeing “past the colour of someone’s skin” and urged him to “be a better human” after Jones sent him a private message criticizing the show on June 24.
A queer Asian chef in North Carolina reportedly endured homophobic and racist slurs while hosting a recent cooking class via Zoom.
J. Chong, a sous chef at a local restaurant, was 30 minutes into her spinach pesto-making class when a wave of newcomers joined, but only to attack her with malicious comments.
Korean American chef Roy Choi had a promising career as a hotel chef over a decade ago, but the road to his success only began when he was fired from his job.
Choi, who has a degree from The Culinary Institute of America and years of experience working at Le Bernardin and the Beverly Hills Hilton, ended up unemployed and unable to find a job at age 38.
A Chinese woman blames her husband’s “amazing cooking” for gaining weight and eventually fracturing her back.
The unnamed wife from Heilongjiang was recently admitted into a hospital after suffering from a slipped disk in her lower back.