We welcome Kevin Pang to discuss his book A Very Chinese Cookbook: 100 Recipes from China and Not China. He'll be joined in conversation with Alex Beggs.
About the book: James Beard Award winner Kevin Pang and his dad Jeffrey, hosts of the hit America's Test Kitchen series Hunger Pangs, show you the way to delicious Chinese cooking in this accessible, funny, heartfelt cookbook.
From American Chinese classics (General Tso's Chicken) to Sichuan street foods (Dan Dan Mian) and Hong Kong dim sum favorites (Shu Mai), A Very Chinese Cookbook is ideal for both the Chinese food-curious and experienced cooks seeking a weekend soup dumpling project.
Chock full of tips, techniques, stories, and friendly ingredient guides, with over 100 of ATK's trademark rigorous recipes--and even a magic trick with fortune cookies--the cookbook in your hands is very practical, very personal, and very Chinese indeed.
Kevin Pang is a James Beard Award-winning food writer. At America's Test Kitchen, Kevin is Editorial Director for Digital and host of the podcast, Proof. Kevin was previously a restaurant critic at the Chicago Tribune, founder of the website The Takeout, and his documentary For Grace premiered at the 2015 South by Southwest Film Festival and later streamed on Netflix.
Alex Beggs is a freelance writer and copywriter in Ann Arbor. She writes regularly for the New York Times, New York Times Book Review, Taste, and Bon Appétit (where she was the longtime senior staff writer). She has worked on several cookbooks, including Andy Baraghani’s The Cook You Want To Be and More Is More by Molly Baz.