Chat Chow TV (HD)

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Chat Chow TV is a mouth-watering new video podcast where we go behind the scenes with the celebrated chefs, owners and mixologists of the food industry.

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Chat Chow TV (HD)

Chat Chow TV
41 Roel Alcudia / The Cypress Room2013-07-03 10:35:05
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42 Antonio Bachour / St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort2013-06-19 13:43:19
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43 Chat Chow 2 Year Anniversary Video2013-06-18 11:07:49
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44 Jamie DeRosa / Tongue & Cheek2013-06-04 11:04:31
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45 2013 Bloopers and Shenanigans2013-05-15 12:34:22
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46 The Grinder 05 /Mercy Gonzalez2013-05-09 13:24:14
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47 Hung Huynh / Catch Miami2013-04-16 12:47:33
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48 Whitney Flood / Muddy Leek2013-04-11 15:07:31
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49 Carlos Centurion / Bulla Gastrobar2013-04-02 15:38:38
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50 Brock Kleweno / Yamashiro2013-03-28 14:36:18
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51 Robert Ferrara / Swine Southern Table & Bar2013-03-26 10:41:03
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52 Joshua Wagner / Regent Cocktail Club2013-03-14 11:18:45
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53 Albert Cabrera / Bread + Butter2013-03-06 11:06:23
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54 Thomas Connell / Fontainebleau Executive Chef / SOBEWFF2013-02-22 19:17:52
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55 The Grinder 04 / George Motz2013-02-06 15:57:41
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56 Carlos Larcada / Pao Town2013-01-29 11:03:59
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57 Jose Mendin / PB Steak2013-01-10 10:43:59
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58 Chef Bee / Khong River House2013-01-03 19:28:57
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Chef Bee / Khong River House

From the owners of Miami Beach’s southern-style eatery Yardbird comes Khong River House in Miami Beach. The inspiration for Khong River House emanates from founder John Kunkel’s passion for the celebrated foods prepared in the rural villages and city markets of Thailand, which he became enamored with while living and traveling extensively through its northern provinces. Chat Chow talks to Executive Chef Piyarat Potha Arreeratn (known as Chef Bee) who hails from the small town of Ban Sankhohiang in the Chiang Rai region. The cultures from Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam and other surrounding countries are the influence behind Khong River House’s Northern Thai cuisine. “Everybody has sticky rice,” says Chef Bee. “But we serve Burmese Sticky Rise that is soaked overnight with turmeric and salt. So its nice and yellow. The next day it is steamed with flash-fried garlic. The smell and aroma is beautiful.” A Thai temple in Homestead, Florida is importing all the produce, giving a new meaning to farm-to-table. Even the decor at Khong River House is authentic with license plates and a tin roof. The restaurant was even blessed by Thai Monks. “Traditional Thai people want somebody with a beautiful mind, beautiful heart, someone superior to give you a blessing.” Watch the video to learn about Chef Bee’s favorite dishes including Curry Boat Noodles, Pork Belly Curry and the eponymous “Killer Bee” cocktail.…read more

59 Alejandro Ortiz / Acme Bakery & Coffee2012-12-21 10:54:55
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60 Robert Luna / Malo2012-12-18 10:40:26
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