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Star chefs assemble! Unbox cookery secrets, culinary inspirations every day
Introducing intensive courses on Chinese cooking for domestic helpers
Secret tips on ingredient selection and culinary arts 

HONG KONG, CHINA – Media OutReach – 10 September 2020 – In the midst of the pandemic, everyone looks to hone their cooking skills while staying home. To help spice up the eating-at-home routine, the Hong Kong and China Gas Company (Towngas) proudly launches its “top”-of-the-town Towngas Cooking YouTube Channel. With a celebrity chef ensemble sprinkling flame cooking ideas around, the professional culinary platform promises to kindle your interest in cooking and enrich your recipe collection — from casual cooking to gourmet dinner; local daily deli, Japanese, Korean, Thai cuisine, French pastry to even healthy and tasty veggie dishes — you name it, we have it!

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Star chefs reveal secrets of flame cooking and share over 500 recipes
When it comes to keeping well, a healthy diet is just as vital as protective gear. With limited opportunities to dine out these days, it becomes particularly important to expand your repertoire of recipes. The Towngas Cooking YouTube Channel features your favourite celebrity chefs, including Chef Paul, Master Chow Chung, Swiss chef Jacques Kagi, French cuisine guru and Disciples Escoffier Professional Diploma graduate Joey Leung, celebrity mom Skye Chan, Super-Daddy Kay Ho, Star Doctor Marcus Kwok, YouTuber Portugal Story-Telling Chef John Rocha and Warm-boy Chef Andy Dark — to name but a few — who will take turns to present professional cookery advice and demos on a daily basis. In addition to live instructions, these culinary maestros will share essential facts about foods, give pointers on handling ingredients and condiments, and reveal their best hidden secrets of cooking! With a collection of over 500 simple recipes that will soon be presented one by one from now on, anyone can be a super chef!

A promising flame cooking platform where experts in various cuisines convene
When asked about the launch of the Towngas Cooking YouTube Channel, Towngas General Manager — Retail Marketing and Sales, Catherine Wong remarks, “Since the number of COVID-19 cases has fluctuated lately, many people prefer cooking at home over dining out. According to market research, there’s an exponential growth in searches for recipes. In response to the demand, Towngas launches our very own flame cooking platform Towngas Cooking YouTube Channel, where star chefs specializing in different cuisines convene. We have celebrity chefs, French cooking gurus, doctor, parenting experts, YouTubers, and many more, who are eager to share tips and advice on flame cooking, culinary inspirations, and innovative dishes. It promises to ignite your passion for cooking, sharpen your cooking skills, and fill your kitchen with delightful flavours! With our channel, anyone is just a few clicks from being a super chef!”

Towngas Cooking YouTube Channel September to October Features:

Monday

Healthy Monday

Instructed by physician Marcus Kwok and Mimi Veggie Doris Wong, author of “Vegetarian Dishes That Satisfy Vegans and Meat-lovers Alike”, who will share recipes for healthy and delicious dishes. With careful seasoning and cooking styles, healthy eating can be easily achieved!

Instructed by Marcus Kwok
Hearty riceless low-fat fried rice
Cancer-fighting kimchi pot
Immunity-boosting mushroom soup
Low-sugar healthy spaghetti
Instructed by Mimi Veggie – Doris Wong
Tom Yum Soup
Grilled tofu in Korean style
Veggie lamb curry
Tri-colour veggie eel roll

Tuesday

Intensive Course for Domestic Helpers

A Chinese cooking boot camp tailored for domestic helpers, these sessions are conducted in Filipino and Indonesian.

Selecting and preparing hairy marrow and broccoli
Formulating home cooking recipes
Preparing and cooking squirrel fish
Sharing the secrets of making steamed egg with minced pork and beans

Wednesday

French Wednesday

French cuisine guru Joey Leung gives cookery demos on authentic French cooking style. Turn your home kitchen into a French kitchen!

Classic sole meunière with black olive sauce
Ratatouille Quiche
Chicken cacciatore in French style with mushroom sauce
Lemon Madeline

Thursday

Culinary Tips4U

Fai Gor’s Kitchen
all about dried abalones
all about dried scallops
all about bird nest
Soaking fish maw with ease
Soaking sea cucumbers with ease
Handling Japanese mushrooms
all about caterpillar fungus
Selecting cured meat
all about dried oysters

Friday

KOL Friday
 
Online influencers share innovative cooking ideas and personal kitchen stories.

Instructed by John Rocha
Piri Piri in Portuguese style with couscous
Grilled Wagyu beef bruschetta in Portuguese style
Artisan fried vermicelli
Instructed by Andy Dark
Korean style bean sprout soup with rice (accompanied by Korean style steamed eggs)
Ice cream cup with churros
Japanese omelette curry rice

Saturday

Star Chef Weekend
 
Star chefs give instructions on preparing gourmet dishes and troubleshoot common culinary mistakes. No more sweat in the kitchen!

Instructed by Chef Paul
Creamy scallops with black truffle
Schweinshaxe (German pork knuckle)
Amadai with tomatoes
Instructed by Master Chow Chung
Miso roast chicken with wine-marinade
Baked noodles with yellow croaker
Szechuan style port belly with chili
Lettuce wrap with minced beef and diced tomatoes
Miso yaki with wine-marinade
Durian toast

Sunday

Sunday Mom & Dad
 
Skye Chan and Kay Ho share parenting tips and recipes for healthy and delicious dishes to address picky eating habits in children.

Instructed by Skye Chan
Stimulating interest in learning —  oyako don
Crossroads at distance learning and working from home: time management, family activities, and emotion management — gyu don and onsen tamago
Scheduling for distance learning — mille feuille nabe
Adjusting parents’ expectations — Japanese curry rice with meat patty
Instructed by Kay Ho
Finance: Understanding wants and needs from dining — prime rib sandwich
Education: Managing picky eaters — pesto spaghetti with chicken
Bonding: Benefits of reading picture books — fish and chips
Parenting: Controlling resources, not children — apple crumble

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