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This week on Simply Ming, chef Ivan Orkin, known as the American authority on all things ramen, joins Ming to make just that-ramen. Chef Orkin shows how to make a simple 30-minute at-home version of shoyu ramen - a dish that typically takes three days to prepare in his restaurant. Ming then counters with a quick vegetable ramen. Making ramen simple and easy, two ways, right here on Simply Ming.

This week on Simply Ming, it's time for two new twists on surf & turf! Ming upgrades a classic, making a flavorful shrimp, beef and broccoli spooned over a tasty brown and white rice mix. Zagat favorite Ivan Orkin joins him in the kitchen to put together a distinctive meal of Romanian steak served on crispy shrimp toasts.

This week on Simply Ming, seven-time James Beard Award-winning chef and longtime host of the series, Mexico: One Plate at a Time, Rick Bayless stops by the loft kitchen to bring us back to his Mexican roots. Rick starts us off with traditional Mexican chilaquiles, while Ming puts a spin on nachos with his crispy rice cake chicken "nachos."

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The legendary Jacques Pepin, who is best-known for his PBS cooking series as well as his history of cooking with Julia Child, keeps things fun and simple this week. Jacques and his granddaughter Shorey swing by Ming's loft to make curly dogs with pickle relish, mayogrette dressing and potato salad. Ming cooks up some quick Chinese sausage buns. Simple ingredients make delicious dishes on Simply Ming.

This week on Simply Ming, the iconic television host, artist and master chef, Jacques Pepin, joins Ming as they cook up chicken livers two ways. Jacques is making chicken livers with mushroom port cranberry sauce, olive oil small potatoes, and topping it all off with an incredible chocolate Souffle; while Ming tries to match that with a hot chicken liver mousse with bacon-thyme sauce.

On this special edition of Simply Ming, chef Jacques Pepin joins Ming in the kitchen for a cook-a-thon in honor of their dear friend Anthony Bourdain. In a real-time 30-minutes cook-off, both talented chefs go head-to-head to choose ingredients and make some incredible dishes, Iron Chef style. From red snapper sashimi to a whole roasted red snapper, pork scaloppini to ratatouille, and an incredible banana crepe flambe with rum as only Jacques can make it. They're cooking from the heart for this special episode of Simply Ming.

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