Indonesian Cooking Show with Farah Quinn on Asian Food Channel

Indonesian celebrity chef, Farah Quinn, will appear on AFC (Asian Food Channel) on the show "Ala Chef". Originally shown on national television Trans TV, the show will be aired three times a week for the premier week.

Born in Bandung, Jawa Barat, she pursue her education in the states and eventually married and settled there. With her husband Carson Quinn they opened "Camus" restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona. 

Following her returns to Indonesia, Farah quickly gains popularity with her cheerful personality and sexy appearance through the same show which aired on Trans TV since 2008. Recently, Farah has also broaden her portfolio with modelling as inclusion, with her appearance on various cooking and food related TV commercials, including her appearance in a men's magazine FHM Indonesia.

Through Ala Chef, Farah will be sharing her recipe on cooking the modernized version, sometimes eclectic style of Indonesian Food. 

Although not the first Indonesian Chef that appears on the AFC, this will be the first Indonesian produced cooking show on AFC. The other Indonesian Chef that also appears on AFC is Chef Haryo Pramoe (@chefharyo) which co-hosts the show "Icip Icip" with Malaysia's celebrity chef Anis Nabilah (@anis_nabilah).

Besides maintaining her blog and updating recipes on, Farah also frequently appears on Twitter as @quinnfarah, updating her stories while replying to her eager fans. (byms)