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On this episode of simply Ming, we're cooking at home with Top Chef winner Kristen Kish. Kristen's worked at high profile restaurants across the country, including Menton in Boston and Arlo Grey in Austin, Texas. This week, it's all about seafood. Kristen cooks a delicious Crispy Rice with Crab, Bacon, and a Saffron Aioli. Ming follows that up with a Tuna Poke with Avocado Lime Puree.

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Sat Feb 22nd, 2:00pm

Ming cooks at home with James Beard Award winning chef Michael Schlow. Together they're dishing up some zesty shrimp two ways. Michael makes Spicy Shrimp with Fregola and Chickpeas. Ming follows that up with a colorful Togarashi Shrimp with Miso Risotto, Edamame, and Watercress.

James Beard Award winning chef Rick Bayless joins Ming in his home kitchen on this episode of Simply Ming. This week it's all about swordfish. Rick makes a Grilled Swordfish with Asparagus and Pasilla Crema. Ming follows that up with a Ponzu Marinated Swordfish with Asparagus Corn-Salsa - a Mexican-Asian twist. It's swordfish two ways, right here on Simply Ming.

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Sat Feb 1st, 2:00pm

This week, Ming cooks at home with world-renowned physician and author, Dr. William Li. Dr. Li cooks a flavorful Chicken Coconut Curry, and Mingfollows that up with some EVOO Poached Chicken Thighs. We're eating to beat disease, on this episode of Simply Ming.

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Sat Jan 4th, 2:00pm

On this episode of Simply Ming, we're joined by the king of fusion cooking, master chef Susur Lee. 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. Ming follows that up with a Tuna Tataki served up with Eggplant Caviar and a drizzle of Curry Oil. We're celebrating eggplant, right here on Simply Ming.

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Tue Feb 11th, 7:00pm
Wed Feb 12th, 1:00am

Ming makes a stop in Minneapolis to explore what makes this up-and-coming foodie hub unique. He meets up with chef Gavin Kaysen at his restaurant Spoon and Stable for a quick breakfast bite; a salmon mi-cuit with sauce meurette. Next stop is the Grand Cafe, where chefs Jamie Malone and Erik Anderson are breathing new life into a classic French establishment. Ming prepares salmon en papillote with Chinese black beans, leeks and maitake mushrooms with brown butter couscous as they make cocktails and prep for a trip to Boom Island Park.

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