J. Kenji López-Alt

author of “The Wok: Recipes and Techniques”

J. Kenji López-Alt on KCRW

The wok is commonly associated with Chinese cuisine, but Kenji López-Alt says it can be used for all kinds of dishes. His new book is “The Wok: Recipes and Techniques.”

Stir fry should be called toss fry: ‘The Wok’ cookbook author

The wok is commonly associated with Chinese cuisine, but Kenji López-Alt says it can be used for all kinds of dishes. His new book is “The Wok: Recipes and Techniques.”

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