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TV Chefs' Best Kitchen Secrets

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Ming Tsai: Asian-Cooking Superstar

Induction Rice Cooker: Ming Tsai (left) likes Zojirushi’s: “Induction means it heats along the sides and not just on the bottom, so it cooks faster and more evenly.” From $322; zojirushi.com.

Steamers: As a Western alternative to a bamboo steamer, Tsai uses All-Clad’s stainless steel steamer insert, which fits most pots. $100; all-clad.com.

Photo © Emily Sterne, Ming East-West

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