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Ming Tsai

  1. Events
    Ming Tsai In Chicago Monday For Signing at Slurping Turtle, Dinner at TakashiMing Tsai in town Monday for events promoting new book.
  2. Slideshows
    Thirteen Things We’re Excited to Try This FallSausages in Somerville, pickles in Fort Point, and something new from Ming Tsai.
  3. Interviews
    Matt Damon’s Good Will CookingJason Bourne is a kitchen-phobe.
  4. Trends
    It’s Hard to Be a Chef in the CityA killer concept and a famous name are now key ingredients for culinary success.
  5. Simply Ming
    Who’s Ming Tsai Voting for in November?Ming Tsai is in a Blue (Dragon) state of mind.
  6. Diplomacy
    Exports: Top Chef and Actual Chefs Being Shipped Overseas’Top Chef’ goes to Europe, and top chefs go abroad.
  7. Slideshow
    A Look Back at the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival 2012The city’s best chefs united with national names on a hot weekend filled with eating and drinking.
  8. Coming Soon
    Five Surprising Tidbits About Ming Tsai’s New Fort Point RestaurantTsai’s new restaurant doesn’t seem especially daring.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Tres Gatos Parties; the Bearded Pig SizzlesPlus Ming Tsai and more, all in our weekly neighborhood round-up.
  10. Coming Soon
    What Should Ming Tsai Do in Fort Point?We want dim sum.
  11. Coming Soon
    It’s True: Fort Point + Ming Tsai = New RestaurantHe’ll open a Chinese restaurant in a funny-shaped building on A Street.
  12. Neighborhood Watch
    Surf Clam Tacos in Chinatown; Aussie Pies in East BostonPlus Puerto Rican in the South End and more, all in our weekly neighborhood round-up.
  13. Rumor Mill
    Chinese Restaurant Destined to Go Where No Chinese Restaurant Has Gone BeforeFort Point could get spicier.
  14. Rumor Mill
    Is Ming Tsai Opening a Restaurant in Fort Point?Forget Wellesley: Tsai allegedly has his sights on Southie.
  15. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Clio’s 15th Anniversary BashEvery birthday party deserves lots of sea urchin.
  16. Big Spenders
    Tiger Woods Once Paid $100K for a Ming Tsai Charity DinnerGramercy Tavern’s Michael Anthony once got $35,000 for his services (for charity, of course).
  17. Awards
    Jamie Bissonnette, Joanne Chang, and Tim Cushman Get James Beard NodsMay 7 is the big ceremony.
  18. Simply Ming
    Ming Does D.C., Feeds HillaryMing Tsai cooks for dignitaries.
  19. Revelations
    Ming Tsai Once Played Squash for MoneyThe Yale-educated Tsai supplemented his early income as a sportsman.
  20. Mediavore
    Captain Kirk Boldly Deep-Fries a Turkey; Cambodia Fries Up TarantulasWilliam Shatner plays it safe as a chef for a new All State spot.
  21. Mediavore
    Pepsi Will Continue Running Ads During Penn State Games; State Farm Enlists WillPlus: IHOP tests self-serve express shops; and even Ming Tsai botches dinner from time to time, all in our morning news roundup.
  22. Personalities
    Ming Tsai Is Definitely An Equal Opportunity EmployerThis Iron Chef is soft-hearted.
  23. Feuds
    Ming Tsai to Globe: Don’t Question My Ethics, I’ve Been Using ButterfishTsai won’t be lumped in with chefs who mislabel their fish.
  24. The Cranberries
    Pop, Tart: Ming Tsai to Cook in Rock Center Cranberry Bog Pop-Up2,000 pounds of cranberries are on their way to New York City as we type these very words.
  25. Foodievents
    Todd English and Ming Tsai Ride Macy’s Food Truck to the Pru This WeekendMing will cook on Saturday, and Todd will cook on Sunday.
  26. Slideshow
    A Look Back at the 2011 ‘Food & Wine’ Classic in AspenThe massive food festival featured appearances by some of the most respected chefs in the country.
  27. Awards
    Tom Colicchio, Traci Des Jardins, and Ming Tsai Will Host Beard AwardsTraci Des Jardins is #winning!
  28. Foodievents
    Ming Tsai Resurfaces, Triumphant, at Wellesley BooksmithMing Tsai signs copies of his new cookbook in Wellesley on Sunday.
  29. TV Land
    Ming Tsai: From Hot and Sour Pork to Sour GrapesMing Tsai got burned on The Next Iron Chef.
  30. Halloween
    Tribune and Dolinsky Dish on Horrific Customers and Scary ServiceThe Tribune and Steve Dolinsky compare horrific kitchen stories.
  31. TV Land
    We Might as Well Spoil Last Sunday’s ‘Next Iron Chef’A Cambridge chef returns home.
  32. Neighborhood Watch
    Ming Tsai Teams up with Takashi; Share Your Strength Benefit at SpiaggiaPlus: The Purple Pig releases a new menu, and there is a Groupon today for The Purple Pig.
  33. Neighborhood Watch
    Meyers and Chang Host Lovin’ Spoonful Benefit; Lobster and Beer UnitePlus: Banjos turns to kebobs, and new eateries populate Arlington, Winthrop, and Southie, all in our weekly neighborhood news roundup.
  34. TV Land
    Introducing the Next Next Iron Chefs: Marco Canora, Ming Tsai, and MoreThe second season’s lineup is announced.
  35. Bookshelf
    Celebrity Chef Cookbooks: Ming Tsai EditionOne-Pot Meals will feature healthy and easy dishes.
  36. Celebrity Settings
    Bambino’s Daughter Lunches at Remy’s; Sox Party at RevolutionPlus: Pudge Fisk eats on Newbury, and Shaq fails to Tweet about Legal Sea Foods, all in our weekly celebrity dining roundup.
  37. Menus
    What to Eat at Blue Ginger Noodle Bar, Opening March 30Ming Tsai tries his hand at ramen.
  38. Celebrity Settings
    Justin Timberlake Shows Off His Julia Impression at Upstairs on the SquarePlus: Dan Aykroyd sips champagne, and Deval dines at Rino’s, all in our weekly celebrity dining roundup.
  39. Foodievents
    Ming Tsai, Ken Oringer and Others Battle Over BurgersWhose burger will take the night?
  40. Foodievents
    Dumpling Festival: Best Thing to Happen to the LES Since Pickle FestivalGet ready for dumplings from around the world!
  41. Other Cities
    Ming Tsai Loves DumplingsThe Blue Ginger chef may eventually open a dumpling-focused restaurant!
  42. Food Tour
    Ming Tsai Picks His Favorite Downtown DumplingThe East-meets-West expert prefers his thin-skinned.
  43. Mediavore
    Local Chefs on Meryl Streep; Whole Foods to Focus on HealthPlus: pricy pizza in a Dallas stadium, and fast food companies fight calorie count laws, all in our morning news roundup.
  44. Meanwhile in the Hamptons
    Among the Jet Set: José Andrés Lusts for Ham and Matt Levine Makes ItReports from Aspen and the Hamptons.
  45. Back of the House
    Adam Platt Bemoans ‘Top Chef’ TantrumsAfter endless squabbling and a surprise ejection, we sat down to our IM chat with Adam Platt in a dark mood.
  46. The In-box
    A Restaurant World ‘Howl’ A reader sent us this Ginsbergian screed earlier this week, which struck us as a perfect snapshot of the restaurant world, circa summer 2007. We leave you now for the holiday weekend. Enjoy! DanYelle as a restaurant critic? Anne Burell shticking it up in the kitchen with a skirt with horsies on it? David Chang morphing from shy nice smiley ramen guy to F-bomb dropping Esquire spread noodle mob boss? Johnny Iuzzini in a meringue body stocking? Tattoos as the new talent. Top Chef as the new Michelin. Glorified fryers, grass fed peaches, 1,000 day meat. I mean, it’s as if we are all now Cracker Jacks ripping open the next prize every time we open a menu. It’s always going to be a disposable toy. Or wash-off ink. It’s a 3 onion ring circus, this industry. We have our freaks and our clowns and our daredevils and our bearded ladies. It’s “I invented the lobster roll and that white wicker chair to sit on while you eat it.” Huh? It’s sellouts: Bertoli, Starbucks, Target, FreshDirect, Appleby’s. It’s all hypocritical: Eat fresh … and then buy my frozen dinner meals. Hitchcock would have tapped into a whole new genre with the horror of the food world. —An Appalled Spectator
  47. Foodievents
    Massive Cranberry Bog Constructed for Chef at Rock Center Our old Boston-based celeb-chef pal Ming Tsai visits New York this week. Friday at noon, the Mingster will be appearing at a vast artificial cranberry bog constructed by Ocean Spray near the entrance to 30 Rockefeller Center — that’s your morning-juice money, hard at work — and giving a live cooking demo. On the menu: sweet-and-sour cranberry chutney, to be used for cranberry crab rangoons; sweet-and-sour pork-fried rice; and a panko-crusted turkey scaloppine. What — no trail mix with dried cranberries? Ming Tsai Shares His NYC Asian Picks [Grub Street]
  48. NewsFeed
    Ming Tsai Shares His NYC Asian PicksMing Tsai, known to viewers around the country for his Simply Ming and Ming’s Quest TV series, is probably one of the foremost East-West fusion chefs in America. Although his base restaurant, Blue Ginger, is near Boston, the chef was in town recently promoting his new line of packaged Asian foods (which are being distributed through Target). We asked him what his favorite Asian restaurants in the city are, and in particular, who he thinks does the best fusion.