"Simply Ming" to Debut on HSN

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NEW YORK-Celebrity chef and restaurateur Ming Tsai will debut his collection of "Simply Ming" kitchen tools and accessories on HSN, hsn.com and HSN mobile live tomorrow at 12 a.m. EDT.

The line will offer a variety of culinary products and cookbooks and include exclusive configurations of the four-piece AeroKnife Set; Edge of Glory Knife Sharpener; the Bamboo Cutting Board with Built in Magnetic Knife Technology; a Nuwave Cooking Station Induction Burner; and a Nuwave Elite 9-Inch Frypan. Additionally, the collection will include two cookbooks, "Simply Ming One-Pot Meals" and "Simply Ming in Your Kitchen," featuring many of his East-West favorites.

"I am so excited to finally premiere this comprehensive collection of culinary tools at HSN," Tsai said. "Having a background in mechanical engineering has enabled me to zone in on developing products that are smart, well designed and easy to use. My goal is that these items will help folks feel more comfortable and confident in their own kitchens. There's nothing more rewarding than cooking for friends and family."

"We are thrilled to be partnering with Ming Tsai on the Efficient by Design Collection," said Joy Mangano, president of Ingenious Designs LLC, a subsidiary of HSN. "Ming's outstanding expertise in the culinary industry has provided great insight for this collection with innovative products that truly serve to make life in the kitchen simply efficient."

Tsai plans to expand the collection exclusively on HSN throughout the year, according to HSN.

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