Dining on a Dime’s return to New York City (you did watch the original NYC season, right?) rolls along with a visit to the Upper West Side, and one of the city’s most singular dining traditions: The Cuban-Chinese restaurant. This week, host Lucas Peterson heads to La Caridad, which has… Continue Reading What is Cuban-Chinese Food? — Dining on a Dime

A. Wong, a Michelin-starred restaurant in London, runs two separate menus every day. During the day, the restaurant operates as an a la carte dim sum restaurant, and in the evening, chef Andrew Wong serves guests a tasting menu consisting of dishes from different regions of China. For more episodes… Continue Reading How a Master Chef Runs London's Only Two-Michelin-Starred Chinese Restaurant — Mise En Place

Toronto’s East Court BBQ owner Jack Tsoi has been perfecting the complex process of Chinese-style whole roasted pig for 30 years. From butchering to boiling to roasting to salting to roasting again, he makes some of the crispiest, juiciest barbecued pig in the area. Credits: Director/Producer: Daniel Geneen Camera: Andrew… Continue Reading How a Chinese Barbecue Master Has Been Roasting Whole Pigs for 30 Years — Smoke Point

At Michelin-starred Kato in LA, chef Jon Yao creates dishes inspired by flavors from Los Angeles and Taiwan. The tiny restaurant, located in a strip mall, prides itself on having only one refrigerator in the entire establishment, meaning the chefs there have to start fresh for their 600 dishes every… Continue Reading How a Master Chef Built a Michelin-Starred Taiwanese Restaurant in a Strip Mall — Mise En Place

Marcus visits Alan Ji, a master chef of Chinese cuisine at Mott 32 in Vegas, and learns how he makes Peking Duck in a special oven he created just for the dish. Stream the full season of No Passport Required here: https://www.pbs.org/video/las-vegas-gwzqx2/ ———————————————————————————————————- For more episodes of ‘No Passport Required,’… Continue Reading How One of Las Vegas’ Best Chinese Restaurants Does Peking Duck — No Passport Required

Today on Cooking in America, Sheldon is in Oakland at Sama Uyghur Cuisine trying out the Muslim Chinese hand-pulled noodles and skewers. Eater is the one-stop-shop for food and restaurant obsessives across the country. With features, explainers, animations, recipes, and more — it’s the most indulgent food content around. So get hungry.… Continue Reading Uyghur Food Is the Chinese Food You Should Know About — Cooking in America

At Patois in Toronto, chef Craig Wong takes the techniques he learned cooking at three-Michelin-starred French restaurants and applies them to the flavors he grew up within Jamaican-Chinese dishes. Aided by his right-hand-man chef Nicholas Beckford, the two create dishes like jerk chicken chow mein, jerk pork belly yakisoba, and… Continue Reading How Master Chef Craig Wong Runs his Iconic Jamaican-Chinese Restaurant — Mise En Place

Hosted by Eater LA editor Matthew Kang, Eater’s exploration into Korean cuisine continues at Hanjan, a New York City restaurant a few blocks south of Koreantown known for serving fantastic Korean-Chinese fusion. Eater is the one-stop-shop for food and restaurant obsessives across the country. With features, explainers, animations, recipes, and… Continue Reading The Four Dishes That Define Korean-Chinese Food