Uncle Roger Review OG UNCLE Mongolian Beef (Martin Yan)

Published 2023-09-17
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All Comments (21)
  • @revtoyota
    The one motto I will always remember from my childhood is "If Yan can cook, so can you!". The man is a legend.
  • I love how Nigel casually insults the Chinese government with the credit score and Taiwan stab 😂 such an underrated move!
  • @jessenorris1672
    Martin Yan was the inspiration for me becoming a chef, such an amazing man and chef. I remember the episode after his son was born they carried him on to the set in a giant wok so Martin could introduce him to the world.
  • @ANieves3873
    Martin Yan was the man who introduced me to cooking and enjoying great food. I remember buying his book and trying as many recipes as I could. The man is a legend and great entertainer.
  • @t0mlee11
    I had the distinct pleasure of meeting Martin Yan when I was helping teach at a high school last year. He's still just as witty and charismatic as he has always been. He even took a picture with me. Nice guy, he was showing a variety of students how to make various dishes and adding a bit of his own pizazz to it.
  • @betterinsodapop
    Martin Yan had the skills and charisma to make me watch a cooking show as a 10 year old. Martin Yan is indeed the OG.
  • @Rokakaka
    Yan cooking wasn't the only good thing about him, his personality and how entertaining he is as well
  • @uqox
    I teared up. I watched him to learn how to cook in general. He was so straightforward about the ease of cooking. Loved his show.
  • @klayd2929
    This guy inspired so many children across the world to learn how to cook. Simply marvelous seeing and hearing clips from his show!
  • @deiraredfern
    I so loved watching Yan Can Cook. He made it sound so simple and accessible to everyone, and just felt warm and welcoming.
  • I loved watching Martin Yan on PBS in the eighties. I enjoyed his humor and how he did the food. He made it look less alien and is a good reason for Asian food making mainstream wayback in the day. I still have his cookbook; The Yan Can Cook Book.
  • @jhpak
    Yan didn't cook to show off his skills, he cooked to inspire us. A legend
  • What a great tribute. I always enjoyed Martin Yan when I was trying to grasp basic cooking skills, and he always held a special place in my heart. His fantastic technique along with his you can do it delivery really resonated with me. He’s a master.
  • @robswander1
    Met Martin purely by random chance my first week of Culinary School in San Francisco. He was recording a special at one of the cooking stores. He was the nicest person you could imagine. Let my friends and I hang out and watch the shoot. At the end he gave us some great tips and advice.
  • @CantoErgoSum
    I grew up watching Martin Yan alongside Julia Childs. He always made me feel like I could legitimately make Chinese food (like Bob Ross made me feel like I could paint) and I never could, but I thank him for the inspiration. Uncle Martin Fuiyoh!
  • @user-ps1ft1hy4j
    Super - entertaining chef with a winning personality you'd just want to be around. And I love that he used ordinary ingredients in a simple way, taking so much of the pressure and expense of finding odd ingredients off. Notice how he didn't even tell you what cut of beef or how to cut it. No wild goose chases for ingredients maybe the ordinary person couldn't afford or wouldn't bother with.
  • @MrJayrock620
    We had a show here in Canada called “Wok With Yan” hosted by Stephen Yan from the 70’s and 80’s. He always had a wok based pun on his aprons and it was different every episode. It’d be interesting to see a review of his show too
  • @viktorcheng2061
    Martin Yan introduced the world that Chinese food wasn’t just fried rice and chow mein. Martin Yan is a legend and the only person on tv with an Asian face in the 80’s and 90’s.
  • I met this man a few months ago at a culinary conference. Was such a pleasure. He taught me so much.