About

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Jaden Hair helps home cooks fall in love with their leftovers and inspire new flavors into their everyday cooking with Buddha Bowls, so they can stop wasting uneaten food and unused groceries.

Jaden is a television chef, professional recipe developer, cookbook author and award-winning food blogger at SteamyKitchen.com, a free resource for home chefs to gain inspiration and accessible recipes to the foods they love most. 

With over 8 million pageviews and over 550,000 unique users per month, SteamyKitchen.com is one of the largest blogs in the world. Her YouTube cooking channel has received nearly 500,000 hours of watch time with over 13.6 million views.

Jaden has authored two cookbooks:  The Steamy Kitchen Cookbook, Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites and been featured on Today Show, CBS Early Show, Martha Stewart Living Radio, Oprah.com, Parents Magazine, as well as national best selling books such as 4-Hour Chef by Tim Ferriss, Guerrilla Marketing For a Bulletproof Career by Jay Conrad Levinson & Andrew Neitlich, The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau, and Professional Blogging for Dummies.  Jaden has also been a contributing food columnist for Discovery Health, TLC and The Tampa Tribune Newspaper.

She was featured as a chef regularly on the syndicated Daytime Show, and also as one of the chef stars on ABC’s Recipe Rehab Show.

She was also the co-founder of Food Blog Forum, a not-for-profit 3-day event for bloggers to make life-long friends, learn about the business of food blogging, food photography and more.

 

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Steamy Kitchen, Inc.
2505 Anthem Village Drive
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Henderson, NV 89052

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Video for Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites Cookbook

 

 

Confucius say

1. One who has harmony in seasonings need no recipe. Know basic combinations of seasonings in types of cuisines Chinese: soy, sugar, wine, sesame oil Japanese: mirin, soy, sake

2. She who marinates meats–even a quick 10 minutes–will be rewarded with flavorful dish

3. Hot Wokky = No Stikky

4. Cooking not only taste. Use all 5 senses.

5. It is honorable to share your food with friends. Cook more than enough and bring to hungry neighbor.

ok, ok, Confucious really didn’t say that. I made that stuff up.