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About Chef Ken Sun
Chef Ken Sun came from the province of Henan. His hometown, Kai Feng, was the capital city of the Song Dynasty. As the province is situated in the northern part of China, wheat products are the foundation of the local diet. Mr. Sun is specialized in noodle-making and can also make different kinds of pastries such as pancakes and patties. 

Mr. Sun has been noodle-making for more than 10 years in Toronto, and is now running a small restaurant in the food court at Pacific Mall. He introduces new recipes to suit the taste of different ethnic groups, resulting in satisfied customers of all nationalities.

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The Art of Hand-Pulled Noodles Workshop

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Everyone:FREE

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Saturday, August 21, 2010
4:30pm–5:30pm
Family Tent
235 Queens Quay West

Noodle specialist, Chef Ken Sun of Sun’s Kitchen, leads a workshop for families of all ages to try their hand at the fine art of “la mian” (hand-pulled) noodles.

"La mian" means "handmade” or “hand-pulled noodles." These noodles originated from the north-western part of China. Over the centuries, the art of handmade noodles has reached the vast corners of China and has consequently become a part of many regional Chinese cuisines. As a result, different types of handmade noodles have evolved adapting to regional flavours and ingredients.   

Don't miss out on Chef Ken Sun's hand-pulled noodle demo earlier in the day! Click here for details.

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