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MING TSAI

Topics

Cooking Demos
Entrepreneurship
Living the East/West Way
Mindness/How to Train Your Mind
Philanthropy
Wellness

Restauranteur, Television Personality & Celebrity Chef
Host of Simply Ming & Owner of Blue Dragon
Author of Five Widely-Popular Cookbooks

Ming Tsai is the James Beard Award-winning chef/owner of Blue Dragon in Massachusetts and his latest venture BABA at the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana. Ming’s original endeavor was Blue Ginger, which immediately impressed diners from Boston and beyond with its innovative East-West cuisine.

An Emmy Award-winner, Ming hosts PBS-TV’s Simply Ming, now in its seventeenth season. Ming is the author of five cookbooks: Blue Ginger: East Meets West Cooking with Ming Tsai, Simply Ming, Ming’s Master Recipes, Simply Ming One-Pot Meals and Simply Ming In Your Kitchen. Ming supports many charities including Family Reach, a non-profit whose mission is to provide financial relief and support to families fighting cancer, of which he is currently the President of the National Advisory Board.

Ming is based in the Boston area.

Book(s)

What’s for dinner? Packed with a delicious collection of recipes with an East-West twist, In Your Kitchen is the answer to that everyday question. Read More.

Chef Tsai believes that everyday cooking needs to be tasty, healthy, easy to prepare and affordable. One-Pot Meals offers 85 recipes with an Asian influence that perfectly fit the bill. Read More.

Foundation(s)

Family Reach provides financial relief and heartfelt support to families fighting cancer. Read More.

In the news

Chef Ming Tsai’s Live Virtual Cooking Event Raises $454,000 For Cancer Families

Chef Ming Tsai adapted his cooking live event onto Instagram, where he hosted celebrity actors and chefs for an interactive cook-a-thon, raising $454,000 for the organization.

Blue Dragon Transforms Into Food Pantry For Unemployed Restaurant Workers

Ming Tsai’s Boston-based restaurant, Blue Dragon, has become a food pantry for unemployed restaurant workers during the coronavirus pandemic.