"The Ceslie Show" guests Chef Martin Yan, Lee Brian Schrager, Doug Quinn, Chef Michael David

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Chef Martin Yan joins Lee Brian Schrager, Doug Quinn & Chef Michael David on "The Ceslie Show"

Author, chef and TV host Martin Yan; Founder of Food Network South Beach and NYC Wine and Food Festival Lee Brian Schrager; Bartender of legendary NYC saloon PJ Clarke's Doug Quinn; Executive Chef of CommeCa in Los Angeles, Michael David. On The Ceslie Show!

 

 

 

 

 

Chef Martin Yan on ceslie.com

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MARTIN YAN
master chef, TV host
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The celebrated host of over 3,000 cooking shows, broadcast worldwide, Martin Yan enjoys distinction as a certified Master Chef, a highly respected food consultant, a cooking instructor and a prolific author. His diverse talents have found expression in 30 cookbooks, including the award-winning Martin Yan’s Feast, Martin Yan’s Asian Favorites, Chinese Cooking for Dummies, Martin Yan’s Chinatown Cooking (intro by Julia Child), Martin Yan’s Quick & Easy, and his latest, Martin Yan’s China (a cookbook that documents his travels throughout the far reaches of China, and his culinary discoveries).

A valued instructor at top culinary institutions, Chef Yan has taught at The Culinary Institute of America, Johnson & Wales University, The California Culinary Academy and The Chinese Cuisine Institute in Hong Kong. In 1985, he founded the Yan Can Cooking School in California and in 2007 founded The Martin Yan Culinary Arts Center, a unique international culinary academy for professional chefs in Shenzhen, China. Also a restaurateur, his Yan Can and SensAsian Restaurants offer inventive pan-Asian menus. The recipient of numerous awards and honors, Chef Yan is internationally recognized as an accomplished chef among his peers. He has also captured the attention, admiration and hearts of millions of fans by spicing his cooking artistry and teaching with a personal ingredient: wit.

 

Doug Quinn on ceslie.com

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DOUG QUINN
bartender
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P.J. Clarke's 915 Third Ave., Manhattan

The most noted saloon in Manhattan for over 125 years. Doug Quinn serves patrons daily ranging from politicians, socialites, construction workers, celebrities, and a cast of characters that changes every day.

THE modest building at 915 Third Avenue on the Upper East Side of Manhattan has stood on the northeast corner of 55th Street for approximately one hundred and twenty nine years and has witnessed wholesale changes in the neighborhood, some so radical as to seem almost surreal. Alone, cast as a sentry, protecting the vast 45 story skyscraper behind it, this 'holdout' building is still kicking after surviving numerous changes, alterations and usage. What is known is that city records date the building from 1868, although the present owners claim 1864. The records in the Municipal Archives list Mr. Steven A. Walker as the owner as early as 1884.

Touted for the best burger in NYC and Oysters Rockefeller to die for.

Chef Michael David on ceslie.com

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MICHAEL DAVID
chef
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Chef Michael David is the Executive Chef of Comme Ça, a modern French brasserie restaurant in Los Angeles. He has extensive experience as a professional chef. Over the years, he has cooked in Michelin-starred kitchens in New York and France working for world-reknowned chefs like Daniel Boulud. In Los Angeles, he has worked with chef David Myers as sous chef at Sona.

 

Lee Brian Schrager on ceslie.com

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LEE BRIAN SCHRAGER
producer, event expert
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Lee Brian Schrager, one of the nation’s preeminent event planners and public relations experts. He serves as the Director of Special Events & Media Relations at Southern Wine & Spirits of America as well as the Founder and Director of the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival and Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival.

 

 

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