Chinese American chef Brandon Jew in Hong Kong. He opened his fine-dining Chinese restaurant Mister Jiu’s in San Francisco following the death of his grandmother and culinary soul mate, and has now co-written a Mister Jiu’s cookbook. Photo: Edward Wong Chinese American chef Brandon Jew in Hong Kong. He opened his fine-dining Chinese restaurant Mister Jiu’s in San Francisco following the death of his grandmother and culinary soul mate, and has now co-written a Mister Jiu’s cookbook. Photo: Edward Wong
Chinese American chef Brandon Jew in Hong Kong. He opened his fine-dining Chinese restaurant Mister Jiu’s in San Francisco following the death of his grandmother and culinary soul mate, and has now co-written a Mister Jiu’s cookbook. Photo: Edward Wong
Asian recipes

Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown, cookbook by Brandon Jew, chef-owner of the San Francisco restaurant, and the woman who inspired it

  • When Brandon Jew’s grandmother, matriarch of his family and ‘head cook’, as he writes, died, he quit Western cooking to return to their shared culinary roots
  • This book, co-written with Tienlon Ho, is subtitled ‘Recipes and Stories from the Birthplace of Chinese American Food’ and offers twists on classic dishes

Topic |   Asian recipes
Chinese American chef Brandon Jew in Hong Kong. He opened his fine-dining Chinese restaurant Mister Jiu’s in San Francisco following the death of his grandmother and culinary soul mate, and has now co-written a Mister Jiu’s cookbook. Photo: Edward Wong Chinese American chef Brandon Jew in Hong Kong. He opened his fine-dining Chinese restaurant Mister Jiu’s in San Francisco following the death of his grandmother and culinary soul mate, and has now co-written a Mister Jiu’s cookbook. Photo: Edward Wong
Chinese American chef Brandon Jew in Hong Kong. He opened his fine-dining Chinese restaurant Mister Jiu’s in San Francisco following the death of his grandmother and culinary soul mate, and has now co-written a Mister Jiu’s cookbook. Photo: Edward Wong
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