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Name:Chinese Food Make Easy Series 1 (2008) [PDTV(XviD)]

Total Size: 1.37 GB

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Last Updated: 2010-09-30 03:34:03 (Update Now)

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Chinese Food Made Easy - E01 (7th July 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi (Size: 1.37 GB) (Files: 7)

 Chinese Food Made Easy - E01 (7th July 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi

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 Chinese Food Made Easy - E02 (14th July 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi

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 Chinese Food Made Easy - E03 (21st July 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi

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 Chinese Food Made Easy - E04 (28th July 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi

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 Chinese Food Made Easy - E05 (4th August 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi

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 Chinese Food Made Easy - E06 (11th August 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi

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Takeaway Favourites. Episode 1.

COOKERY: Chinese Food Made Easy
On: BBC 2
Date: Monday 7th July 2008
Time: 20:30 to 21:00

With 15,000 Chinese restaurants in Britain, Chinese food has recently been voted the UK's favourite takeaway. In the next six episodes, Ching-He Huang shows how delicious Chinese food can be made at home with easy-to-prepare recipes using healthy and easily found ingredients. Tonight she reveals the secrets of the perfect chicken Chow Mein, how to prepare sweet and sour pork with a delicious choi sum and mixed vegetable salad, and how to make a healthy version of top takeaway beef in oyster sauce with spinach and mushrooms.

===File Information===
File Name: Chinese Food Made Easy - E01 (7th July 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi
Duration: 28:58.000
File Size: 244,389,888
===Video Information===
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Video Bitrate: 977
frame Width: 640
frame Height: 352
frames Per Second: 25.000
===Audio Information===
Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 134



Fast Food and Street Food. Episode 2.

COOKERY: Chinese Food Made Easy
On: BBC 2
Date: Monday 14th July 2008
Time: 20:30 to 21:00

Top chef Ching-He Huang is on a mission to bring fresh, easy and healthy Chinese food to the UK. She demonstrates recipes inspired by her love of Chinese fast food and cooks a range of fast and healthy recipes inspired by the dishes served on every street corner in China and Taiwan. Ching cooks egg fu young and her own version of crispy fragrant duck with crunchy salad. Armed with fresh tofu, Ching shows how to prepare a quick and easy dish of spicy tofu with edamame beans.

===File Information===
File Name: Chinese Food Made Easy - E02 (14th July 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi
Duration: 29:02.920
File Size: 244,377,600
===Video Information===
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Video Bitrate: 974
frame Width: 640
frame Height: 352
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===Audio Information===
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Audio Bitrate: 134



Seafood. Episode 3.

COOKERY: Chinese Food Made Easy
On: BBC 2
Date: Monday 21st July 2008
Time: 20:30 to 21:00

Ching-He Huang, the new star of Chinese cooking, continues her mission to bring fresh, easy and healthy Chinese food to the UK. She travels to the far north of Scotland in search of the finest seafood for her series dedicated to fresh, healthy and easy-to-prepare Chinese food. Using locally sourced ingredients, Ching prepares gong bao haddock goujons served with roast sweet chilli potato - her own delicious version of fish and chips.

===File Information===
File Name: Chinese Food Made Easy - E03 (21st July 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi
Duration: 28:59.000
File Size: 244,293,632
===Video Information===
Video Codec: XviD 1.1.2 Final
Video Bitrate: 976
frame Width: 640
frame Height: 352
frames Per Second: 25.000
===Audio Information===
Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 135



Noodles, Dim Sum and Dumplings. Episode 4.

COOKERY: Chinese Food Made Easy
On: BBC 2
Date: Monday 28th July 2008
Time: 20:30 to 21:00

Ching-He Huang, the new star of Chinese cooking, continues her mission to bring fresh, easy and healthy Chinese food to the UK. This week she explores the fashionable world of noodles, dim sum and dumplings, and tries her recipes out in the health-conscious world of London fashion and on the dancers of English National Ballet. Ching also demonstrates how to create an authentic, but quick and healthy version of the perennially-popular takeaway dish Singapore-style noodles.

===File Information===
File Name: Chinese Food Made Easy - E04 (28th July 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi
Duration: 28:40.000
File Size: 244,393,984
===Video Information===
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Video Bitrate: 987
frame Width: 640
frame Height: 352
frames Per Second: 25.000
===Audio Information===
Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 136



Spicy Sichuan. Episode 5.

COOKERY: Chinese Food Made Easy
On: BBC 2
Date: Monday 4th August 2008
Time: 20:30 to 21:00

Ching-He Huang continues her celebration of the hot and spicy flavours of Sichuan cookery by using easy-to-find ingredients and delicious contemporary twists on authentic recipes. Ching-He cooks for a group of firemen and visits a chilli farm while showing how to make chilli tiger prawns, fragrant pork with rice, Szechuan orange beef and a spicy warm bacon and cucumber salad and spicy sichuan hot pot.

Director: David Robertson

===File Information===
File Name: Chinese Food Made Easy - E05 (4th August 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi
Duration: 29:01.760
File Size: 244,271,104
===Video Information===
Video Codec: XviD 1.1.2 Final
Video Bitrate: 973
frame Width: 640
frame Height: 352
frames Per Second: 25.000
===Audio Information===
Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 135




Cooking for Friends and Family. Episode 6.

COOKERY: Chinese Food Made Easy
On: BBC 2
Date: Monday 11th August 2008
Time: 20:30 to 21:00

Ching-He Huang is inspired by the Imperial cuisine of ancient China to create fresh, simply prepared and healthy Chinese dishes at home for her friends and family, and reveals the secrets of cooking Chinese food that hungry children will love.

Last in the Series.


===File Information===
File Name: Chinese Food Made Easy - E06 (11th August 2008)[PDTV(XviD)].avi
Duration: 28:54.000
File Size: 244,375,552
===Video Information===
Video Codec: XviD 1.1.2 Final
Video Bitrate: 979
frame Width: 640
frame Height: 352
frames Per Second: 25.000
===Audio Information===
Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 135

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