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  • -Is it me?

  • He's frozen right now.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • -Oh, man, I want to videotape Chang's face.

  • This is great. I'm gonna take a picture.

  • [ Laughing ]

  • Dude, you're going just from like --

  • You're going from, like, laughing to like...

  • -Yeah, I'm gonna try this --

  • I'm going to try my phone, because we have a backup.

  • And hopefully --

  • -Yeah, phone will work.

  • [ No audio ]

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Either way, I think we air this.

  • -Is this working better?

  • -It was bad for like --

  • -I'm going to drive to a place where I know I'm going to get --

  • [ Audio drops ]

  • Should -- How much longer do I have?

  • -Whatever you want.

  • -I'm going to drive to the liquor store,

  • because I can use their WiFi there.

  • -[ Laughs ] -It's like three minutes away.

  • -All right. Call us in three minutes. We'll be here.

  • ♪♪

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Does this work? -Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • -Better? -That works.

  • -I'm like halfway to the liquor store then.

  • [ Laughter and applause ]

  • -How did you know the liquor store had WiFi?

  • -Because there was a thunderstorm

  • a couple weeks ago.

  • It was the only place that I could use it.

  • And... [ Laughter ]

  • I feel like I'm in an action movie right now or something.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -It's like the movie "Speed."

  • If you don't make it there in four minutes or less,

  • the interview is over.

  • -Holy cow.

  • -It's coming through pretty good.

  • I'll just try to continue the interview just a little bit.

  • Just why not? Till we get there. -Okay. Okay.

  • -How have you been? How is the --

  • Where are you quarantined? You're not familiar with this.

  • This is not your home. -No, I'm not in my home.

  • I have a bunch of relatives with me because they came over

  • on March 1st for my son's birthday.

  • And I needed a place to, like, crash,

  • so I asked a friend

  • because I couldn't have everyone at my apartment

  • because everyone was stuck.

  • They couldn't fly back to Korea.

  • -How many Korean people do you have in your house?

  • -There's six, six relatives.

  • [ Laughter and applause ]

  • -That's how you know where the liquor store is.

  • -Yeah.

  • [ Laughter and applause ]

  • -How's the baby? That's awesome.

  • 1 year old?

  • -He is 1, and he's the best. -Aw!

  • -Are you taking advice from people?

  • My advice is do not take any advice from anyone.

  • -[ Laughs ] You know what?

  • Privately, that's been my advice too, right?

  • Like, someone gives you a tip, you're like, "Yeah, yeah, yeah,"

  • and then, you're like, "No, no, no,

  • I'm definitely not doing that."

  • -I heard that you're not even cooking

  • that much when you're at home.

  • -Yeah, you know, as a professional cook,

  • I never ever cooked at home.

  • -Do you have any kitchen tips or tricks

  • or something that we're not using?

  • That you go, "dude, you should use that. It's so simple"?

  • -The one thing that I'm a huge, huge proponent of

  • is the microwave.

  • And I cook with the microwave a lot, a lot.

  • You would be so shocked at how much microwave cooking I do.

  • -What?! -Yeah.

  • -Wait, this coming from David Chang?

  • -Yeah, it's a machine from the future

  • here in present day.

  • And listen, I've never even cooked at home.

  • So, I'm literally learning how to cook

  • like no one's ever cooked before

  • because I've never read any home cook books,

  • but I know how to cook professionally.

  • And it just saves so much time.

  • Like, if I have frozen meats, I pop it in the microwave,

  • and then I'll finish it on the pan or an oven.

  • Or if I need to reheat something, obviously.

  • But if you just put a head of broccoli or cauliflower

  • on like a glass plate and you microwave it

  • for like eight minutes, 10 minutes, perfect.

  • Perfectly steamed. Yes.

  • -Because this is --

  • I was going to show you something that you gave me.

  • I don't know if you remember giving me this gift.

  • You've given me many gifts throughout the years.

  • Do you remember giving me a thing called the Searzall?

  • -Yeah. You still using it?

  • -Dude, I almost burned my apartment down.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • Here's what I -- I sous vide my steak,

  • and then, in honor of you, in slow-mo.

  • -What? Hey!

  • You were getting that nice Maillard Reaction.

  • That is -- that's something else.

  • -I just wanted to show you that I am using the gift

  • that you gave me, and I made a pretty awesome --

  • -Whoa! Look at that perfect mid-rare.

  • -Right?

  • -Hey, you don't need any tips from me.

  • You literally have figured it all out yourself.

  • -No, dude. I tried to use it for 'smores once.

  • I didn't realize how David Chang it was.

  • It's next level. -[ Laughs ]

  • -You can't make -- it's a blow torch.

  • -It is a blow torch.

  • -I heard that when you hire people

  • to work in your restaurant, that sometimes

  • you make them just cook an omelet for you.

  • Why an omelet?

  • -Because that's an old school French thing

  • that they would do to test.

  • Like, it would be your job interview.

  • And I always like to take from the elders, you know.

  • And it's not about them making a perfect omelet.

  • It's literally, how are they approaching it?

  • How serious did they take it?

  • Are they organized? Are they meticulous?

  • Do they try to scrape out every little bit of the egg?

  • Do they cut the butter into nice little squares?

  • And it may taste terrible, quite frankly,

  • but it shows me a lot about, like,

  • how serious they want to do this.

  • -I love this. See, I always -- there's something --

  • See, these geniuses, there's always like

  • another motive to all this stuff.

  • 'Cause I was like, "It can't just be eggs."

  • 'Cause -- Although it's great to cook an egg,

  • but I wanted to show you how I do mine.

  • This is how I make my egg.

  • I have a silicone ring.

  • -What? What's the purple thing?

  • -No, it's a little egg, and you put the egg

  • in the silicone ring so that it's perfectly circular

  • and fits on an English muffin.

  • Then you cut around that,

  • and then you put cheese on that dude.

  • But then I go, how do I melt the cheese?

  • Here's where you'll hire me, I think.

  • I have no top for the pan.

  • Pot on pan. -Wow.

  • Hey, Jimmy, when I get back from this liquor store,

  • I'm going to microwave an egg

  • and I'm going to send it to you.

  • I'm telling you, it makes the perfect shape

  • for a microwaved egg.

  • You put it in a little coffee mug, it works out perfectly.

  • -Oh, you've got to send me the photo.

  • Hey, Chang, what are we doing about the restaurant industry?

  • How do we help? What do we do, bud?

  • -I think there's several things. One is,

  • if you're in a place where you can order,

  • order directly from the restaurant.

  • Don't use the delivery apps if you can.

  • Secondly, call your Senators and Congressmen

  • because restaurants are going to need continued help.

  • The people that work in the restaurants,

  • that's the main focus.

  • The restaurants will figure out as we move forward,

  • but the people in need are the hourly employees

  • that need assistance.

  • And there's a bunch of charities.

  • One of the charities that we're promoting

  • is the Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation.

  • And they've teamed up with

  • the great Southern Smoke in Texas

  • and it's giving money directly to the workers.

  • And that's what we can do right now,

  • and just hope for the best.

  • -We put that chyron on the screen, so anyone at home,

  • if you type that in, you can donate.

  • Anything you can give would be fantastic.

  • That would be -- even if you can give $1,

  • it goes a long way to helping everybody

  • trying to survive and get through this

  • crazy pandemic that we're going through.

  • I want to -- I want everyone to be safe.

  • I want everyone to be working again.

  • I want to go to restaurants again.

  • But we've got to take our time and do it the right way

  • and be safe.

  • -I mean, Jimmy, I wish you were our elected official,

  • because that's better advice

  • than I think we've been getting from a lot of people.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -I'm staying in, man. But I will do my part.

  • I will get delivery.

  • And I have been every single day.

  • Even if I don't eat the food, I freeze it,

  • so then, I can eat it the next day

  • for lunch or whatever. -That's right.

  • -I'm just trying to support.

  • -Use your leftovers. I think this is going to make

  • people better home cooks for sure.

  • -Chang, I expect a photo from you of a microwaved egg.

  • And I also want to see what you pick up

  • at the liquor store once you get there.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -I love you, man. -Hey, man.

  • -I miss you. Kiss that baby. -Thank you. I will.

  • Thank you, guys. -Bye, buddy.

-Is it me?

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張大衛在接受採訪時,為了更好的Wi-Fi而開車去酒水店。 (David Chang Drives to the Liquor Store During His Interview for Better Wi-Fi)

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