Travel from a Buddhist temple to Michelin-starred restaurants and meet six fascinating chefs pushing the culinary world in bold new directions.
Buddhist nun Jeong Kwan believes food and cooking serve a spiritual purpose beyond physical nourishment. Based at a remote temple complex south of Seoul, her simple vegan meals are inspiring top chefs around the world.
Chef Vladimir Mukhin brings a modern interpretation to traditional Russian cuisine at his Moscow restaurant, White Rabbit.
Celebrated L.A. chef Nancy Silverton's obsession with baking drove her to pioneer artisan breads before turning her attention to mozzarella and pizza.
Personal tragedy prompts Long Island-born chef Ivan Orkin to move to Japan, where he receives acclaim for his style of ramen making. Orkin then returns to America, where he's helping lead a ramen revolution.
Chef Tim Raue had a troubled youth before cooking helped turn his life around. His Asian-inspired flavors have revolutionized Berlin's culinary scene and earned his restaurant two Michelin stars.