Described as one of cooking's rising stars, Taiwanese-born chef Ching-He Huang is known for bringing oriental food to a new generation of food enthusiasts.
Ching He-Huang’s passion for healthy, delicious Chinese food and her elegant touch have ensured her a popular following during her regular appearances on Good Food Live. This year, Ching will have her own series for the first time, presenting lush and stylish noodles and other Chinese dishes in the UKTV premier of Ching’s Kitchen – not bad going for a 26-year-old!
Born in Taiwan and brought up in South Africa for much of her childhood, Ching’s parents moved to London and set up home in Golders Green when she was 11-years-old. After graduating from Queen Mary and Westfield College in 1991, with a first class degree in economics, she set up her own business. Fuge Ltd sells a range of cold noodle salads, which have now extended to include traditional leaf salads, side salads, gourmet pasta salads and healthy soft drinks.
After Ching’s Kitchen transmits, Ching will be concentrating her full attention on her food and drink business, creating a whole new set of recipes for the spring. She is also planning to publish a book of delicious oriental recipes with tips to make oriental food more accessible. She dreams of one day owning her own restaurant.
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