I like this guy. I love his kitchen, but I love his foods.
It’s good, masterclass Chinese – not street but utilises many aspects.
Of course, drawback is there are things we cant get, but if we follow principles, we can probably find a good substitute. It’s a case of “use what knowledge you have and throw in a little imagination”.
So this belongs in both food and health, because he talks of the Chinese Yin and Yang of food – the need to balance things. Which applies to most things life really, I think