Food shows by Kylie Kwong gives more information about Chinese cuisines
One of the food shows that appealed everyone watching the Lifestyle Channel is Kylie Kwong's simply magic. Her unique style of combining the Chinese and the Australian cooking methods gives an exciting blend of Chinese and contemporary Australian cuisine. Kylie Kwong's casual way of approach to the cooking makes her show immense popular among the U.S people.
In the Simply Magic food show, Kylie Kwon cooks delicious dishes from ingredients like duck, eggs, vegetables, beef, seafood, poultry, rice, noodles and soup. She shows us how to make authentic Chinese recipes using ingredients available in our local markets. This makes cooking Chinese dishes really easy and we don't have to go here and there for the Chinese ingredients. Through the show Kylie Kwon shows us how to use chopsticks to eat noodles, how to make fishcakes and how to use Chinese utensils.
Her show is airing on the channel with each episode having some names like Shanghai Heart, Hong Kong High Life, Hong Kong Food Craze, Hong Kong Island Hideaway, Mothers and Daughers etc. In this eight-part series, Kylie is travelling all through the world's most exciting cities Hong Kong and Shanghai to get more inspirations for her cooking.
Shanghai Heart is the first episode of the cookery show, simply magic. In this episode Kylie Kwong meets different people of Shanghai's old town. From the recipes collected from them, she showed us how to cook hot and sour cucumbers, Soy sauce duck and deep fried silken tofu with Sichuan pepper and salt. Meanwhile, in the episode named Hong Kong Food Craze, Kylie showed us some of the most favorite dishes of the Hong Kong residents. They are the soy sauce eggs, white cooked chicken and stir fried noodles. In the Hong Kong Island Hideaway episode, she prepared steamed snapper fillets, fish soup and deep fried prawns with chilly dipping sauce. This episode was quite interesting to watch as I like fish soup very much.
Kylie Kwong's simply magic is her second food show after Heart and Soul aired in October 2003. The response from her earlier TV show encouraged her to do another show related to the food. To improve the scope of traditional Chinese cooking and to remove people's worries about the complexity of making Chinese food Kylie published a book called 'Simple Chinese Cooking', to expose the intricate techniques and exotic ingredients that have produced one of the world's great cuisines.
Belonging to an Australian-Chinese family, Kylie Kwong always tried to make food as a link between her present family life in the Sydney and with her past life in China. By mixing the Chinese food culture with the Australia's food culture, there evolved some better and new recipes which is very simple and tasty. It is through her shows that Chinese food became more popular among common people. According to her, "…by sharing the experiences of my family, I hope to enhance the understanding and appreciation of Chinese culture, particularly within Australia, and to express my pride in my Chinese heritage." In order to recreate the traditional Chinese eatery atmosphere, she started her own restaurant in the Sydney named Billy Kwong. It's better to search in the worldwide web with service from providers like FiOS Internet to know more about Kylie Kwong and her Chinese restaurant.
Today everyone is busy. So no one is getting ample time to cook food and enjoy it. Eating healthy food is a very simple concept. But most people are looking for ready to eat food which is not good for health. That means they are forgetting about maintaining a balanced diet. If we have to maintain a good and healthy body then we have to give it necessary nutrients in adequate amounts at the lowest price, without making the diet monotonous and unappetizing.
Annphilip - About Author:
Ann is a freelancer and likes to write about food and flavors. She watches programs related to food on her home television. And whenever she tries to cook something new she always search for the recipes on her PC connected to FiOS Internet.
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