Simply Ming - Netflix

As the chef and owner of the acclaimed Blue Ginger restaurant in Wellesley, Massachusetts, and an Emmy award-winning television personality, Ming Tsai has become the standard-bearer of East-West cuisine, the innovative blending of Eastern flavors and techniques with Western ingredients and presentations. Now, in Simply Ming, he presents a breakthrough technique for bringing East-West flair to everyday cooking, making it possible to transform a handful of fresh ingredients into a delicious meal in a matter of minutes. The genius of Simply Ming is a versatile array of master recipes-intensely flavored sauces, pestos, salsas, dressings, rubs, and more that eliminate much of the last-minute prep work.

Simply Ming - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2010-10-09

Simply Ming - Amelita Ramos - Netflix

Amelita “Ming” Jara Martinez-Ramos (born January 29, 1926) is the wife of Fidel V. Ramos–the twelfth President of the Philippines–and was the eleventh First Lady of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998.

Simply Ming - Personal life - Netflix

Aside from being a sportswoman, Ramos is also recognised as a talented amateur pianist, performing on several occasions with the Executive Combo Band of Raul Manglapus. She also received considerable public sympathy in 1993, when the Philippine Daily Inquirer published a front-page story revealing an alleged past affair between her husband and the socialite Baby Arenas. Ramos kept a dignified silence, and the scandal has had no visible impact on her decades-long marriage. In the early hours of 27 January 2011, Ramos' daughter, Josephine Ramos-Samartino, died of lung cancer at the age of 54 at The Medical City in Pasig, Metro Manila. The former President admitted shortly after that Josephine, the second of their five daughters, was a smoker for 25 years who had only disclosed her illness to the family five weeks before her death.

Simply Ming - References - Netflix