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Ming Tsai: Great Chefs of Boston Series
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Ming Tsai is a Chinese-American fusion cuisine chef, restaurateur, and Emmy Award-winning television personality.
Tsai currently hosts Ming's Quest, a cooking show featured on the Fine Living Network, and Simply Ming on American Public Television.
Tsai was born in California, but raised in Dayton, Ohio. He often helped his parents with their family restaurant, Mandarin Kitchen.
Tsai transferred to Phillips Academy and later Yale University where he graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering. Later, he received a master's degree in hotel administration and hospitality marketing from Cornell University.
In 1998 Tsai, along with his wife Polly (née Talbott), opened his first restaurant, Blue Ginger, in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Ming also hosted a half hour cooking show on the Food Network called "East meets West" from 1998 - 2003. On the show, he presented a blend of Asian-European fusion cuisine. Ming is the author of three cookbooks: Blue Ginger, Simply Ming, and Ming's Master Recipes.
Tsai battled Bobby Flay in Iron Chef America Season 1, battle duck, and won. Chef Tsai competed to be the "Next Iron Chef" on the Food Network Channel. He was eliminated from the final four in Las Vegas semi-final.
In March 2010 Tsai opened Blue Ginger Noodle Bar, a mini-restaurant, inside Blue Ginger.
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