Michelin-starred chef showcases techniques and recipes using Taiwanese grouper

CUPERTINO, CA/ACCESSWIRE/October 26, 2022/ In order to introduce the most delicious Taiwan grouper to the American market, the Taiwan Trade Center in San Francisco held a press conference and mixer at Alexander’s Steakhouse in Cupertino on October 25, 2022. This event was initiated by the Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan of Taiwan and cooperated with Michelin-starred chef Claude Le Tohic. Using grouper from Taiwan, the chef demonstrated various fusion cooking techniques and recipes. Around forty journalists, seafood importers, traders, group purchasing wholesalers and catering professionals are invited to a tasting of Taiwanese grouper in a gastronomic setting.

This event was initiated by Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan of Taiwan and cooperated with Michelin star chef Claude Le Tohic. Using grouper from Taiwan, the chef demonstrated various fusion cooking techniques and recipes. (Photo courtesy of Taiwan Trade Center San Francisco)

Agriculture Council Minister Chi-chung Chen shared via video that there are eight species of farmed grouper in the world, and Taiwan has seven such species. “Taiwan’s grouper farming industry is very well known around the world. Overcoming many challenges, Taiwanese groupers are farmed in the deep sea to ensure perfect taste without any chemical additives. James Huang, chairman of the Taiwan Foreign Trade Development Council, a fish expert introducing via film the benefits of Taiwan grouper which was also selected as one of the dishes for state banquets.

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Taiwanese grouper is now available in online and in-store markets, as well as in many restaurants in the United States. We hope to share the best dish to all American families. (Photo courtesy of Taiwan Trade Center San Francisco)

John Chu, deputy director of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in San Francisco, tried Taiwanese grouper in Western-style dishes at the event. “The taste and seasoning are perfectly matched. Taiwanese grouper can be eaten from head to tail. We are excited that the Taiwanese grouper is heading to the US market. Joan Tsou, director of the Taiwan Trade Center in San Francisco, also mentioned, “Taiwanese grouper is now available in online and in-store markets, as well as in many restaurants in the United States. We hope to share the best dish to all American families.

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Chef Claude Le Tohic presented three innovative and delicious dishes. He is currently a chef and partner at ONE65. (Photo courtesy of Taiwan Trade Center San Francisco)

Chef Claude Le Tohic presented Grouper with barigoule artichoke sauce, Grouper with black pepper sauce and baby spinach and Grouper with curry sauce during the event. Le Tohic is currently the chef and partner of ONE65, a six-story multi-concept culinary destination in San Francisco. Throughout his career, he led his team to many Michelin stars and also hosted guest banquets in Taiwan. “Mixing and matching ingredients has become the definitive way of cooking in the United States,” Le Tohic said, “it suits the country’s unique mix of ethnicities.”

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Around forty journalists, seafood importers, traders, group purchasing wholesalers and catering professionals are invited to a tasting of Taiwanese grouper in a gastronomic setting. (Photo courtesy of Taiwan Trade Center San Francisco)

In fact, fish farmers in Taiwan have been farming grouper for decades, and Taiwan has earned a reputation as the “grouper kingdom.” Joan Tsou, director of the Taiwan Trade Center in San Francisco, also mentioned in her closing remarks that Taiwanese grouper is available in online and in-store markets, as well as in many restaurants across the United States.

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