The young and talented chef Jeremy Pang comes from three generations of Chinese chefs. Jeremy attributes his love of food to his father, who was keen for him to experience exciting flavours and exotic foods whilst he was a young boy.
In autumn 2009 he established School of Wok in London, a mobile cookery school specialising in teaching Eastern cuisine to students in the comfort of their own homes.
School of Wok opened its first permanent kitchen in May 2012 in Covent Garden, a well-thought-out location near London’s Chinatown.
Over the years Jeremy’s expertise in the Chinese food industry has continued to gain recognition, winning both Rising Young Star and Best Specialist Cookery School at the British Cookery School Awards 2015. His recipes and work has been featured in a variety of national publications, having also gained prestigious endorsement from Chinese culinary expert Ken Hom.
Jeremy’s profile has also come into the national spotlight, with a growing number of tv appearances from performances with Nigel Slater on BBC, to regular appearances on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch and Food Network’s Big Eat in 2015. Jeremy’s first cookery book Chinese UnChopped (Quadrille Publishing) hit bookshelves in June 2015, and continues to gain national press.
Jeremy has a unique ability for creating accessible jargon-free lessons that both intrigue audiences as well as give them a bit of confidence in the kitchen.
His favourite phrase? Ni Chi Fan Le Ma “Have you eaten yet?”