Fried rice exemplifies one of the basic tenets of wok cooking: incredibly high heat cooking food really, really fast. As always, fresh shrimp is best, but frozen will do in a pinch. Sauté your shrimp until they turn pink - that's how you'll know they're done. For traditional Chinese rice, season with salt...for a flavorful update, use soy sauce instead.
A native of Oregon, Brian grew up inspired by his grandmother's cooking and by all the fresh seafood and produce the area offered. He soon set his sights on California, where he was recently voted 2007 Best Chef in San Diego for his work as Executive Chef at the Oceanaire Seafood Room. He's in constant competition with everyone in San Diego and makes it a point to do everything bigger and better in his restaurant. At the top of his game, Brian's high-energy makes him a whirlwind in the kitchen. Stay-tuned to see just how long he can live by his motto, "Love, peace and happiness."