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Katy Chang

Meet Katy Chang. Part chef, artisan + short-film producer, Katy is helping to both promote globally local food and cuisine within the Washington D.C. area and producing it herself. At Eat's Place, her food incubator and "pop-uppery", Katy hosts chefs from around the globe who take over the kitchen for a one to two month pop-up! Over at Baba's Cooking School, Katy crafts her artisan products, cooks and shares short films she produces about the food she loves (in both English + Mandarin!). 

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Halibut Cheek | Farro | Maitake

While visiting Pike Place Market in Seattle and being overwhelmed by the abundance of fresh fish, we happened upon a cut that was new to us - Halibut Cheek. Naturally boneless, they are roughly the size of large scallops, with a meatier texture than the normally flakey halibut filets. The meatier texture of the cheek lends it to be cooked in a variety of ways - we decided to treat it like a steak by pan searing it and finishing off with an herb-butter basting.

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