Chef Minces And Mingles With FVCC Students

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There's a new, internationally recognized, cook in the kitchen for Valentine's day at Flathead Valley Community College.

Chef Kang is chef Masaharu Morimoto's right hand man. Chef Morimoto is probably best known as the star of Iron Chef and Iron Chef America.

First and second year culinary students got a lesson in French Asian cuisine from chef Kang who has worked in kitchens across the nation.

Chef Kang also helped pick out the menu for the six-course Valentine's day Chef's Table, Friday night, at FVCC.

The dinner is already booked up.

"I think it's a really exciting menu. I'm really happy with the menu and I think that diners will have a good time with it," said chef Kang.

This is chef Kang's second time in Montana, but his first extended stay.

He doesn't usually give demonstrations, but does teach many beginning chefs at Morimoto Napa, where he works now.

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