On this episode of The Meals That Made Me, Adam links up with his friend Anita Lo, a Michelin-star chef, restaurateur, author, Top Chef master, and winner of Iron Chef. Anita talks with Adam about growing up in the Midwest in a Chinese-Malaysian household, and traveling the world at an early age, where she was exposed to a multicultural array of flavors that influenced her palette. From her vivid food memories as a child visiting places like Malaysia and Iran, to her time spent in France studying classic French techniques and working with foods like foie gras and langoustines, to her solitary love of fishing, these are the meals that made Anita Lo.
Anita Lo: Cooking Without Borders
On this episode of The Meals That Made Me, Adam Richman chats with Michelin-star chef Anita Lo about her life, food, travel memories, and winning Iron Chef.
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