Before heading to cook the feast, a visit to Monterey Abalone Company, where they farm-raise sustainable abalone. Description. Andrew Zimmern, the man known for tracking the world's most bizarre foods joins Ming in his loft kitchen. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. David prepares an oven roasted octopus with potatoes and garlic spinach, while Ming uses the same octopus to make a Caesar salad with octopus croutons, and for dessert, Jessica makes her famous Portuguese Custard Tarts (Pasteis de Nata). Kendra visits her hidden secret, her favorite tortilla manufacturer located at a small market in a strip mall called El Pueblo Market. Spotlighting king of fusion cooking, master chef Susur Lee. Joanne Chang. Chicken is cooked under a brick and Black Pepper Lobster with Lemongrass Fried Rice is served. Ming follows that up with a tuna tataki served up with eggplant caviar and a drizzle of curry oil. Chef Ming Tsai returns to his loft kitchen in downtown Boston with chefs from Andrew Zimmern to Carla Hall showing you what they cook when they get home at the end of the night. Ming cooks at home with world-renowned physician and author, Dr. William Li. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Season 17, Episode 20William Kovel First Aired: February 1, 2020 Ming Tsai and William Kovel cook two classic pork dishes. With tortillas in hand, they head to her restaurant Snap Tacos, where they make tacos two ways, Kendra makes a "Lost Island Taco" with pulled pork and snappy pineapple salsa and Ming makes vegetarian inside out tacos with "mucho queso" (lots of cheese). $24.99; View in iTunes. For more information, click their links below. Michael makes Spicy Shrimp with Fregola and Chickpeas, while Ming follows that up with a colorful Togarashi Shrimp with Miso Risotto, Edamame, and Watercress. Season 17 takes cooking at home to a whole new level. Ken makes King Crab Nachos with Nduja Queso Fundido, while Ming puts a different spin on that with his version of Rice Cake Nachos. Photo Credits: Netflix; Pop TV; Robert Viglasky, Hartswood Films; Fred Hayes/Disney+, Fox, PopTV; Bettina Strauss/Netflix; Nicole Rivelli/Amazon, Netflix, Frank Masi/Apple, Disney, Jasper Savage/Hulu; Diyah Pera/CW, What to Watch on Netflix Top 10 Rankings on November 4, The Best Feel-Good Shows to Watch Right Now on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO, and More, Hilarie Burton, Who Is Married to Jeffrey Dean Morgan IRL, Is Joining. Click the links below to view episodes and access recipes: *Note-episode pages will be published as episodes air in Boston*, On the Road with Kenji Lopez-Alt in San Mateo, On the Road with Kendra Baker in Santa Cruz, On the Road with Paul Corsentino in Monterey, On the Road with Jessica Carreira and David Costa in San Jose. Cooking tips and demonstrations are shared, with meals prepared by guest chefs and host Ming Tsai. Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. © 2020 TV GUIDE, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. HD; CC; Nonfiction; 2019; $24.99; View in iTunes. Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. Amanda Freitag joins Ming in his loft for some home-cooked favorites. Season 17, Episode 28 On the Road in Hawaii: Ed Kenney March 21, 2020 Ming's second stop in Hawaii finds him in Oahu with Chef Ed Kenney. Simply Ming, Season 17. Carla Hall. It's duck two ways! Ming's second stop in Hawaii finds him in Oahu with Chef Ed Kenney. Ming Tsai and William Kovel cook two classic pork dishes. Thank you to all our Season 17 underwriters: Thank you to the following companies who helped make Season 17 so successful! Grilled Swordfish with Asparagus and Pasilla Crema and Ponzu Marinated Swordfish are prepared. Produce from the Bay Meadows farmers market; sashimi from The Sea by Alexander's Steakhouse; and a kimchi feast of spaetzle and pork scallions. Ming follows that up with a fried egg omelet served on brown tic chi shan gruel. Simply Ming, Season 17 Episode 20, is available to watch and stream on WGBH-TV. Hailed by Food and Wine as one of the "ten chefs of the millennium," Susur makes a grilled eggplant on polenta crouton, served with a tuna XO, and a simple arugula salad with a lemon and olive oil dressing. You can also buy, rent Simply Ming on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, iTunes online. Ming hits the road in Hawaii with Executive Chef Isaac Bancaco. On the road in sunny Santa Cruz exploring fusion Mexican delicacies with chef Kendra Baker. The list is mostly unchanged from yesterday, Here's where you can watch and stream coverage, The director also teases what a potential Season 2 would be about. For more information, please click the links below. Ming cooks with James Beard Award-winning chef Karen Akunowicz. Rick Bayless . Together, Ming and Isaac make Lavender Grilled Rice Cakes with Hawaiian Ahi Poke, a Grilled Spicy Tuna Maki Sushi Roll and whip up a Maui Lavender Arnold Palmer before they hit the golf course.". James Beard Award winning chef Jamie Bissonnette joins Ming Tsai in his loft kitchen to cook up carbonara two ways. Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android! Critically acclaimed author and restauranteur Chef Joanne Chang joins Ming in his loft kitchen to cook with plums. Uber-chef Carla Hall stops by to give a fresh take on a shrimp classic. It's shrimp two ways on this episode of Simply Ming. Keep track of your favorite shows and movies, across all your devices. Andrew cooks up a Shrimp Etouffee, and Ming follows that up with one of his favorites he makes at home: a Classic Salt and Pepper Head on Shrimp served over rice. Cooking at home with "Top Chef" Season 10 winner Kristen Kish, who's worked at high-profile restaurants across the country, including Menton in Boston and Arlo Grey in Austin. Because it's never too early to plan Thursday night... two months from now. Featuring guest, Dr. William Li. On the road in San José, California, where Ming learns about Portuguese cuisine with chefs Jessica Carreira and David Costa at their Michelin-starred restaurant, Adega. Dr. Li cooks a flavorful Chicken Coconut Curry, and Ming follows that up with some EVOO Poached Chicken Thighs. Season 17 airs Saturdays at 2pm on WGBH in Boston! Cooking tips and demonstrations are shared, with meals prepared by guest chefs and host Ming Tsai. Jonathan Waxman. With the abalone in hand, Ming and Paul go back to Paul's restaurant to cook a delectable meal of grilled abalone with shiitake, bok choy salad while Ming cooks his own version of an Asian abalone Rockefeller. Amanda Freitag, known for her role as a judge on Chopped, Amanda prepares Duck Breast with Pine Nut Relish, followed by Ming who does a Tea-Smoked Duck Breast with Gingered Peaches and Watercress Salad.