My Culinary Voice: Rachel Yang
“Flavor profiles can relate to people in very different ways.”
At ICE, we make it our mission to help students find their culinary voice — that creative drive within each of us that determines how we express ourselves through food. Whether with a career training program, a recreational course in molecular mixology or a special event featuring restaurateurs, we’ll give you the tools to hone your culinary creativity. Join us as we ask some of today’s leading food industry pros to share their culinary voices.
“My culinary voice is my Korean style,” begins ICE alum and James Beard Award-nominated Chef Rachel Yang. The co-owner of four hit restaurants in Seattle and Portland, Oregon — Joule, Revel, Trove and Revelry — offers diners a unique experience, combining the culinary traditions of her Korean roots with a sense of place — the Pacific Northwest. In this video, Chef Rachel explains how she tempers Korean cuisine to her guests’ palates, and the result is addicting, delicious dishes like geoduck fried rice. Watch below as Chef Rachel Yang shares her culinary voice.
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