"Ming Tsai cooks on Wolf ranges, cooktops and with Wolf convection."
Ming Tsai is a Chinese-American chef, restaurateur and television personality, specialising in fusion cuisine.
Learning his skills from an early age at his parents' restaurant, Ming attended Yale and achieved a master's degree from Cornell University in Hotel Administration and Hospitality Marketing.
In 1998 Ming and his wife Polly opened Blue Ginger, his first restaurant. From 1998 to 2003
Ming hosted East meets West, an Emmy award winning cooking show focusing on a blend of Asian-European fusion cuisine.
Tsai won a battle against Bobby Flay in Iron Chef America Season 1, episode battle duck. He then competed to be the 'Next Iron Chef' but was eliminated from the final four.
In March 2010 Tsai opened Blue Ginger Noodle Bar.
Tsai currently hosts two network shows, Ming's Quest and Simply Ming and has also written three cookbooks.
Chef Ming Tsai uses Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances in his restaurants and on set. He uses Sub-Zero refrigerators, freezers and wine storage. He cooks on Wolf ranges, cooktops and with Wolf convection.