In this episode, Maeve O’Meara explores the world of Chinese food, one of the most ancient and developed cuisines on earth. Maeve learns from Shanghai expatriate chef Chris Yan who makes a simple melting eggplant and chilli dish, as well as Frank Shek, a Scottish-Chinese chef who is winning accolades for his incredibly simple but utterly delicious steamed snapper with black beans, chilli and lemon.


10 thoughts on “Chinese Food Safari | Chinese Cuisine”

  1. Just finished half of the video, it's more like Cantonese Cuisine… which is one of the many distinct cuisine styles in China. But more well known abroad because of early immigrants from Guangdong.

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