Taste Taiwan: A Culinary Journey with Chefs

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In the year of 2014, three chefs from North America visited the beautiful island of Taiwan to discover the country’s exquisite culinary highlights. Chef Anthony Jacquet of The Whisper Restaurant and Lounge in Los Angeles, Chef Jared Case of Park Grill in Chicago, and Chef Stuart Cameron of The Icon Legacy Hospitality in Toronto, explored Taiwan’s best fine dining restaurants, fresh produce markets, night markets, and oyster farms.

Follow the three chefs as they tasted local specialties, learned Taiwanese cooking techniques and exotic ingredients, and underwent the ultimate challenge of creating a unique dish inspired by their experience in Taiwan.

Join us as we Taste Taiwan!!!

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44 Replies to “Taste Taiwan: A Culinary Journey with Chefs”

  1. Melvin Collins

    I don't feel they showed enough Taiwanese food. They could have reformatted this show and made it much better. Scratch the four white foreign chefs, and have more exploration with the natives and compare that to western cooking techniques.

  2. Selinor578

    I'm glad I was informed about "three american celebrated chefs" so early in the video. That means we're going to get a highly distorted version of whatever they do. Thank you, and thumbs down.

  3. Keila金

    This film introduces Taiwan's food, culture and nature. It is really amazing! As a Taiwanese, I feel very touched. In the Tainan city where I live, the food is really diverse and delicious. There are foods here 24 hours, because the safe environment allows us to go out in the middle of the night without worrying about danger.Let people relax here.

  4. Carol Chang-Pennington

    Wonderful video 💪👍❤️! As a Taiwanese, I've not even gotten the opportunity to experience the aboriginal camp. Amazing! Got to do it someday. BTW, the chefs' uniforms could have been ironed with starch. I'm used to the crispy look of western chefs.

  5. 下岗盲流総合主席

    约40年前俺即偷渡至湾湾国打工,认识了位莫逆之交,过年时放假无处可走,他突发奇带俺环岛,他骑野狼125,另外向领导借了辆伟士牌180让俺骑。

    第1天上午即从台北出发直接骑省道至台南市。第2天续骑省道至垦丁,本应绕回枫港骑南回公路,但瞅天色已晚,就大胆想从旭海直上台东,但那有个管制站严禁进入,我们苦苦哀求,告知再返回可能到台东要深夜了,经过卫兵请示上级,准许我们通行,但要检查行李与相机已拍摄几张,沿途唔准摄像。我们当然允诺,那管制线除了少数碉堡外,完全冇其他人工建筑,沿途风景绝美毕生难忘。第3天从台东骑上花莲天色已晚,又下起大雨,孰知俺慨伟士牌熄火,经检查系火星塞潮湿,但前唔着村后唔着店四下又无人车,只好将火星塞放在衣物擦干,好友亦向老天爷乞求,竟然可以再用了,真系奇迹。第4天从花莲骑苏花和北宜公路返回台北已系半夜。

    这趟旅程惊险刺激又疲惫唔堪,臀部长时间骑车又痛且麻,后两晚皆必须趴着睡,但拙人应该算系祖国内地同胞最早期慨骑摩托车环宝岛者,见识到美丽富饶且亲切随和慨湾湾国人民群众,完全唔虚此行!

    Yuē 40 nián qián ǎn jí tōudù zhì wān wān guó dǎgōng, rènshìle wèi mònì zhī jiāo, guònián shí fàngjià wú chù kě zǒu, tā tú fā qí dài ǎn huándǎo, tā qí yě láng 125, lìngwài xiàng lǐngdǎo jièle liàng wěi shì pái 180 ràng ǎn qí.

    Dì 1 tiān shàngwǔ jí cóng táiběi chūfā zhíjiē qí shěng dào zhì táinán shì. Dì 2 tiān xù qí shěng dào zhì kěn dīng, běn yìng rào huí fēng gǎng qí nán huí gōnglù, dàn chǒu tiānsè yǐ wǎn, jiù dàdǎn xiǎng cóng xù hǎi zhí shàngtái dōng, dàn nà yǒu gè guǎnzhì zhàn yánjìn jìnrù, wǒmen kǔ kǔ āiqiú, gàozhī zài fǎnhuí kěnéng dào tái dōng yào shēnyèle, jīngguò wèibīng qǐngshì shàngjí, zhǔnxǔ wǒmen tōngxíng, dàn yào jiǎnchá xínglǐ yǔ xiàngjī yǐ pāishè jǐ zhāng, yántú wú zhǔn shèxiàng. Wǒmen dāngrán yǔnnuò, nà guǎnzhì xiàn chúle shǎoshù diāobǎo wài, wánquán mǎo qítā réngōng jiànzhú, yántú fēngjǐng jué měi bìshēng nánwàng. Dì 3 tiān cóng tái dōng qí shàng huālián tiānsè yǐ wǎn, yòu xià qǐ dàyǔ, shú zhī ǎn kǎi wěi shì pái xīhuǒ, jīng jiǎnchá xì huǒxīng sāi cháoshī, dàn qián wúzhe cūn hòu wúzhe diàn sì xià yòu wú rén chē, zhǐhǎo jiāng huǒxīng sāi fàng zài yīwù cā gān, hǎoyǒu yì xiàng lǎotiānyé qǐqiú, jìngrán kěyǐ zài yòngle, zhēn xì qíjī. Dì 4 tiān cóng huālián qí sū huā hé běi yí gōnglù fǎnhuí táiběi yǐ xì bànyè.

    Zhè tàng lǚchéng jīngxiǎn cìjī yòu píbèi wú kān, túnbù cháng shíjiān qí chē yòu tòng qiě má, hòu liǎng wǎn jiē bìxū pāzhe shuì, dàn zhuō rén yīnggāi suàn xì zǔguó nèidì tóngbāo zuì zǎoqí kǎi qí mótuō chē huán bǎo dǎo zhě, jiànshì dào měilì fùráo qiě qīnqiè suíhe kǎi wān wān guó rénmín qúnzhòng, wánquán wú xū cǐ xíng!

  6. jodi Muse

    Mesmerizing! I've been planning my visa runs from Vietnam and I always knew Taiwan would be one of them but now I'm super excited and will obviously be there many many times. I love what this channel showcases!🇨🇦❤️

  7. wiwi chu

    Taste Taiwan: A Culinary Journey with Chefs. I really enjoyed the video that brings highlight and excitement, and such beautiful diverse, mixed culture on island. The video is well narrated, introduced island. 3 chefs using local ingredients made western style dishes, all look so elegantly displayed scrumptious foods, and very inviting to taste it.

    We have been to Jiufen, NE of island, a beautiful city on the mountain, where there was a gold mine in early 1900’s during Japan cultivating the island. Tainan “coffin bread” I can still tasted in mind creamy soup over toasts. Tainan’s Spring Rolls didn’t make to the video, its handmade Taiwanese version, no re-fired beans of Mexican burritos. There is a French restaurant cooks Poor Man’s soup Dinner; chicken, duck meat cooked with onion, potatoes in Tainan City too; you can find German Knockwurst sausages in An-ping township of Tainan City. I missed these good yummy foods. We plan to visit Formosa-Taiwan Island again next year. There is a local folk song that described a Dutch ship medical doctor falling in love with local An-Pin township girl.
    Taiwan Island was discovered, named “Formosa” by Portugal sailors, translation is “A Beautiful Island”. Followed by Spanish, French, Dutch, British, Germany, and Japan, mixed culture with locals – islanders. It’s a very diverse culture on this small land. Its an amazing island.

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