What is it like being a chef instructor? with Wook Kang of Kendall College

The intersection of a rich cultural culinary background and formal professional training is an interesting combination for any chef. Having come from a Korean background and held positions at Le Cordon Bleu, in this episode of Just a Taste, Chef Wook Kang shares insights into hallmarks of Korean food as well as the importance of honoring culinary traditions more broadly. The life of a chef instructor, surprising skills required of culinary students, and the persevering trend of fusion cuisines constitute just a few of the diverse topics Wook Kang walks us through in this latest episode of Just a Taste.

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