Class at 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 

Named the “poet laureate of the wok” by food historian Betty Fussell, Grace
Young has devoted her career to demystifying the ancient cooking utensil for
use in contemporary kitchens.
Grace Young is an award-winning cookbook author, culinary historian, and
filmmaker. She has been a fierce advocate for Chinatown, never more so than in
her video series Coronavirus: Chinatown Stories, which documents the toll of
the pandemic on NYC’s Chinese community. In 2020, the series was shown at the
She is partnering with the James Beard Foundation on
a campaign to #savechineserestaurants all across the
country. Dubbed the “accidental voice for Chinatown” by
Grub Street, Grace’s advocacy for Chinese mom and pop
businesses has been written about in Smithsonian, Vogue,
and Food & Wine magazine.
Grace is the recipient of James Beard Awards for her Wok Therapist comedy
video and her cookbook Stir-Frying to the Sky’s Edge. Her family’s wok circa
1949, was recently donated to the Smithsonian National Museum of American
History where it will serve as a significant artifact of Chinese American
culinary history.

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