One of the most important things I learned as a cook: AMA #3

Plus, the country that taught me the most about food & culture.

You ask me anything. I answer.

I loved reading through your questions, and picking a few to answer. Wish I could’ve gotten to more, but hey— we will do this for as long as you have questions for me.

I can’t wait to get back to Shanghai.

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This week’s AMA questions:

DJBWA
I would love to know what chefs (dead or living) have inspired your own culinary career. 

The one and only Leslie Revsin.
The one and only Leslie Revsin.
If you can find a copy of this book, buy it.

Liz J
Hi Andrew! I am a long time fan! I know you have been around food most of your life and know a lot about a variety of foods and cultures but is there one place/food or culture that you learned from the most during your travels? 

There’s nothing quite like Mexico City.

Barbara M.
When you are traveling for your tv shows and going from restaurant to restaurant - you taste an abundance of foods. Do you finish all of the dishes served to you? 

Hell yes I cleaned my plate.
Hell yes I cleaned my plate.

Want to me answer your questions next week? Drop it in the comments!

When I say ask me anything, I really mean anything. Get creative, thought-provoking, or just plain weird with your questions— guarantee those are the things I’m mostly likely to answer.

Have a great weekend! -AZ


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