In this special Halloween episode, Korean Chef Cathlyn Choi shares some of her popular Asian inspired recipes such as ‘Witch’s Stew’ made with ground turkey and vegetables and ‘Tasty Finger’ snacks made with sausages. She also talks about some of her favorite horror movies including a first hand experience of her scarey encounter with a ‘shadow person’ when she was in Paris.
A TV/Film Producer, celebrity chef, community leader and media activist, Cathlyn is best recognized by her fans and the Media as the Korean Food (Hansik) & Cultural Ambassador since 2009, having self-hosted and produced 4 Seasons of Cathlyn’s Korean Kitchen, the first Korean cooking show in English broadcasted on national PBS in the US. Over the course of 9 years, Cathlyn frequently performed culinary demonstrations at over 300 cultural festivals and food events to create awareness and educate the public about easy to make, delicious and healthful Korean inspired recipes.
Cathlyn is the founder and Executive Director of Asian Culture and Media Alliance, a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization established in 2013 to promote a voice of unity, awareness and empowerment for the Asian and Pacific Islander communities and culture through the power of Television, Film and New Media. As part of the mission, Cathlyn has been hosting and producing Asian Voices (currently in production of Season 4 series), featuring Asian culture, history, businesses, artists and events in Southern California.
Additionally, Cathlyn has over 25 years of international business development, sales and marketing background as the VP of Marketing and Business Development working for startups within the wireless, media, wellness, F&B, health and beauty industries in North America, South America and Asia.