Chef Andre Chiang shares quick tips about cooking
It took a long time and a lot of hard work for Michelin chef Andre Chiang to reach the pinnacle of success.
Still, he remains generous in sharing tips about his craft like his recent interview with Diners Club where he was recently honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award for 2018.
In five soundbites, Chef Andre shared his favorite food from his childhood, his opinion about cooking techniques, as well as the best advice he received when he was first starting out.
With a smile on his face, he shared that as a child, he was like many others who loved fried chicken. He also shared his preference for fine dining over street food. When it came time to share what was the best advice he ever had, he said it was “go cry in the walk in freezer,” which reflected the challenges many budding chefs have in perfecting their craft and making it big amid the strong competition.
Taiwanese Chef Andre Chiang owns multiple Michelin starred restaurants and is known throughout the world for his octo-philosophy or the use of eight ingredients in his signature dishes.