Stacy Fan is an Asian and a food lover. So when the opportunity to join an online series called Family Style that blends the Asian culture and food—she jumped on board the project immediately.
Family Style features a group of friends and celebrity guests exploring popular Asian food restaurants and cultural locales. Now in its second season, each episode centered on the stories on the sharing of food at the table.
In this season, it showcases the diverse array of Asian chefs, celebrities, and foodies across multiple generations. Many different Asian ethnicities and cultures are represented on the show.
On a special note, the filming of the second season was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. The final two episodes were in the homes of the foodie family and guests.
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Two episodes are released this week that featured Stacy Fan in the show.
In yesterday’s episode called, “On the Side,” Stacy Fan meets with Anthony Ma (Dear White People, NCIS: Los Angeles) at the Cosmos Kimchi factory to see how the Korean staple banchan is made. Amanda Suk meets up with the Fung Brothers to feast on bachan at the KJ BBW in Los Angeles.
In tomorrow’s episode called, “Fusion,” foodie fam Lana McKissick and Fan meet up with Ross Butler (13 Reasons Why, Riverdale) at the famed Asian Fusion restaurant E.P. & L.P., a Hollywood hot spot for its boundary-defying dishes and gorgeous rooftop view.
Stacy Fan is one of the hosts a foodie fam member of Family Style since the first season. Born in England, she grew up in Hong Kong till the age of six before moving back to London. Founder of fashion magazine Eurasian Vogue, Fan interviews emerging designers as well as covering beauty and lifestyle. She is a contributing editor of Harper’s Bazaar, China, as her interviews and articles cross over for the mainland Chinese online readership.
LRM Online’s Gig Patta exclusively spoke with Stacy Fan on her participation as a foodie fam and lover of Asian cultures. Obviously, she talked about food, guests, and her upbringing as a mixed-race individual.
Watch the exclusive interview below and let us know what you think.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Stage 13