Street food is in high demand and chefs around the world have taken notice. From Portuguese chef Nuno Mendes'outdoor food night market to food trucks across America and the world, street food is transforming the way we eat. That is why it's the subject of celebrity chef Susan Feniger's new book.
Susan said readers shouldn't be intimated by unfamiliar ingredients. ''A recipe is a road map. If you don't have [a particular] ingredient you don't have to freak out and not do the dish. It's meant to be fun and creative,'' the chef told the Hollywood Reporter.
Susan's love for street food led to the opening of her restaurant Street, which serves street dishes from around the world to a Hollywood crowd. The chef became popular through her appearance on American television shows: Food Network's Too Hot Tamales and Bravo's Top Chef Masters.
Watch the video to hear what Susan had to say about new cookbook.
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