Friday Find: “How Chef Yia Vang Honors Hmong Cooking With Open Fire Feasts”

Monk: Chef Via Yang’s happy place is outdoors cooking over a live fire, with proteins like chicken, pork butts, and beef ribs in the Hmong flavors of his heritage. Whether its on his makeshift direct grill on concrete blocks or his multi-thousand dollar Grillworks Asador, Yang gets it done, even in the rain.

Description: Chef Yia Vang of Vinai in Minneapolis tells the story of his culture and the Hmong people through open fire cooking and feasts.




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