Vietnamese delicacies is a household heritage for Chef Tu David Phu | KQED meals | Oakland Information now

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In “Bloodline,” Bay Area chef Tu David Phu discovers that the lessons he has learned in his family kitchen go deeper than his formal training.

The film joins Phu when he returns home to Oakland, California after being a contestant in the Top Chef (season 15) cooking contest series. While he and his parents prepare a Saturday meal using his mother’s culinary repertoire (which began in a Thai refugee camp) and his father’s ancestors as a freediver and fishmonger from Phu Quốc, Vietnam, Tu ponders his visibility as a “celebrity chef”, who traces his path from refugee roots and childhood in West Oakland to this new life by relying on the things he learned from his family kitchen rather than the “formal” skills and training he received in the Has learned cooking school. including how to turn something “inedible” like fish bloodline into a beautiful dish.

A film by James Q. Chan and Santhosh Daniel

Bloodline is now available on your local PBS channel. Check your local listings.

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