Show 244, October 14, 2017: Chef Jet Tila, 101 Asian Dishes You Need To Cook Before You Die

Chef Ida Rodriquez of Melissa's World Variety Produce and Jet TilaCelebrity Chef Jet Tila (Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen with Alton Brown”) was the original Co-host of the “SoCal Restaurant Show” in 2012, 2013 and 2014. We gratefully appreciate his key contribution in establishing the “SoCal Restaurant Show.”

His new cookbook which is already generating a wok-ful of well-deserved praise is 101 Asian Dishes You Need To Cook Before You Die. Great gift idea for the Holidays for someone who is a genuine food fan.

Just launched is Jet’s 5-part video series on Facebook, Authentically Asian with Jet Tila. It’s equal parts travel log and stress-free cooking show. Episode One is “PHOnomenal Adventure” and Episode Two is “Korean BBQ” with Chef Chris Oh Oh (HANJIP.)

Jet also holds numerous Guinness World Records for creating unusual, large format foods. Earlier this week he guided students at SUNY Purchase College to set a new World Record for the longest California Roll. It was measured at 504 feet. 300 pounds of sushi rice and 650 sheets of Nori…!

Chef Jet joins us.

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