TV chef Martin Yan dishes about life, recipes

02/19/2008 | San Francisco Chronicle

Famous chef Martin Yan, host of PBS' "Yan Can Cook," sat down with the San Francisco Chronicle to talk about his journey from China to the U.S., how he got his culinary career started and the release of his new cookbook. The Bay Area chef also lets fellow cooks in on a few secrets, including recipes for some of his Chinese-inspired dishes.

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