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Chinese Chefs Do Amazing Things


One makes a balloon of dough, and another slices meat on balloons

Chef Creates Balloon from Dough

At the 21st China Chefs Festival, which took place over the last few days, some amazing things happened. A chef made a balloon out of dough, whereas another chef sliced meat on a balloon. There was a 90-meter strand of carrot (that's roughly 295 feet), and noodles so thin you could string two of them through the eye of a needle.

Watch a brief roundup (in Chinese, of course) here.

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Takeout Hack: Leftover Rice Reincarnated

For those of us still struggling to plow through leftover turkey, chef Michael Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

Growing up outside New York City, chef Michael Hung loved visiting Chinatown for slow roasted duck, taking home leftover bits to savor the next day. "I’m half Filipino and half Chinese, and a lot of Chinese cuisines do amazing things with leftovers," says the chef of Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. For those of us still struggling to plow through endless leftover turkey, Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

"One of my favorite ways to use leftover meat is rice porridge: Overcook leftover rice with water until it&aposs blown out, then add some chopped up meat, a bunch of fresh herbs like cilantro and whatever vegetables you have on hand. You have an awesome breakfast."


Takeout Hack: Leftover Rice Reincarnated

For those of us still struggling to plow through leftover turkey, chef Michael Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

Growing up outside New York City, chef Michael Hung loved visiting Chinatown for slow roasted duck, taking home leftover bits to savor the next day. "I’m half Filipino and half Chinese, and a lot of Chinese cuisines do amazing things with leftovers," says the chef of Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. For those of us still struggling to plow through endless leftover turkey, Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

"One of my favorite ways to use leftover meat is rice porridge: Overcook leftover rice with water until it&aposs blown out, then add some chopped up meat, a bunch of fresh herbs like cilantro and whatever vegetables you have on hand. You have an awesome breakfast."


Takeout Hack: Leftover Rice Reincarnated

For those of us still struggling to plow through leftover turkey, chef Michael Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

Growing up outside New York City, chef Michael Hung loved visiting Chinatown for slow roasted duck, taking home leftover bits to savor the next day. "I’m half Filipino and half Chinese, and a lot of Chinese cuisines do amazing things with leftovers," says the chef of Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. For those of us still struggling to plow through endless leftover turkey, Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

"One of my favorite ways to use leftover meat is rice porridge: Overcook leftover rice with water until it&aposs blown out, then add some chopped up meat, a bunch of fresh herbs like cilantro and whatever vegetables you have on hand. You have an awesome breakfast."


Takeout Hack: Leftover Rice Reincarnated

For those of us still struggling to plow through leftover turkey, chef Michael Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

Growing up outside New York City, chef Michael Hung loved visiting Chinatown for slow roasted duck, taking home leftover bits to savor the next day. "I’m half Filipino and half Chinese, and a lot of Chinese cuisines do amazing things with leftovers," says the chef of Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. For those of us still struggling to plow through endless leftover turkey, Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

"One of my favorite ways to use leftover meat is rice porridge: Overcook leftover rice with water until it&aposs blown out, then add some chopped up meat, a bunch of fresh herbs like cilantro and whatever vegetables you have on hand. You have an awesome breakfast."


Takeout Hack: Leftover Rice Reincarnated

For those of us still struggling to plow through leftover turkey, chef Michael Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

Growing up outside New York City, chef Michael Hung loved visiting Chinatown for slow roasted duck, taking home leftover bits to savor the next day. "I’m half Filipino and half Chinese, and a lot of Chinese cuisines do amazing things with leftovers," says the chef of Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. For those of us still struggling to plow through endless leftover turkey, Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

"One of my favorite ways to use leftover meat is rice porridge: Overcook leftover rice with water until it&aposs blown out, then add some chopped up meat, a bunch of fresh herbs like cilantro and whatever vegetables you have on hand. You have an awesome breakfast."


Takeout Hack: Leftover Rice Reincarnated

For those of us still struggling to plow through leftover turkey, chef Michael Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

Growing up outside New York City, chef Michael Hung loved visiting Chinatown for slow roasted duck, taking home leftover bits to savor the next day. "I’m half Filipino and half Chinese, and a lot of Chinese cuisines do amazing things with leftovers," says the chef of Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. For those of us still struggling to plow through endless leftover turkey, Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

"One of my favorite ways to use leftover meat is rice porridge: Overcook leftover rice with water until it&aposs blown out, then add some chopped up meat, a bunch of fresh herbs like cilantro and whatever vegetables you have on hand. You have an awesome breakfast."


Takeout Hack: Leftover Rice Reincarnated

For those of us still struggling to plow through leftover turkey, chef Michael Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

Growing up outside New York City, chef Michael Hung loved visiting Chinatown for slow roasted duck, taking home leftover bits to savor the next day. "I’m half Filipino and half Chinese, and a lot of Chinese cuisines do amazing things with leftovers," says the chef of Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. For those of us still struggling to plow through endless leftover turkey, Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

"One of my favorite ways to use leftover meat is rice porridge: Overcook leftover rice with water until it&aposs blown out, then add some chopped up meat, a bunch of fresh herbs like cilantro and whatever vegetables you have on hand. You have an awesome breakfast."


Takeout Hack: Leftover Rice Reincarnated

For those of us still struggling to plow through leftover turkey, chef Michael Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

Growing up outside New York City, chef Michael Hung loved visiting Chinatown for slow roasted duck, taking home leftover bits to savor the next day. "I’m half Filipino and half Chinese, and a lot of Chinese cuisines do amazing things with leftovers," says the chef of Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. For those of us still struggling to plow through endless leftover turkey, Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

"One of my favorite ways to use leftover meat is rice porridge: Overcook leftover rice with water until it&aposs blown out, then add some chopped up meat, a bunch of fresh herbs like cilantro and whatever vegetables you have on hand. You have an awesome breakfast."


Takeout Hack: Leftover Rice Reincarnated

For those of us still struggling to plow through leftover turkey, chef Michael Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

Growing up outside New York City, chef Michael Hung loved visiting Chinatown for slow roasted duck, taking home leftover bits to savor the next day. "I’m half Filipino and half Chinese, and a lot of Chinese cuisines do amazing things with leftovers," says the chef of Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. For those of us still struggling to plow through endless leftover turkey, Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

"One of my favorite ways to use leftover meat is rice porridge: Overcook leftover rice with water until it&aposs blown out, then add some chopped up meat, a bunch of fresh herbs like cilantro and whatever vegetables you have on hand. You have an awesome breakfast."


Takeout Hack: Leftover Rice Reincarnated

For those of us still struggling to plow through leftover turkey, chef Michael Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

Growing up outside New York City, chef Michael Hung loved visiting Chinatown for slow roasted duck, taking home leftover bits to savor the next day. "I’m half Filipino and half Chinese, and a lot of Chinese cuisines do amazing things with leftovers," says the chef of Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. For those of us still struggling to plow through endless leftover turkey, Hung offers a quick, easy solution that also uses up the rest of the takeout rice you ordered this weekend after turkey fatigue set in.

"One of my favorite ways to use leftover meat is rice porridge: Overcook leftover rice with water until it&aposs blown out, then add some chopped up meat, a bunch of fresh herbs like cilantro and whatever vegetables you have on hand. You have an awesome breakfast."


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