WELLESLEY MASS —Ming Tsai, chef-host of the public-television cooking show “Simply Ming,” is looking to broaden the audience for his famed, 10-year-old restaurant, Blue Ginger, through its expansion to debut a more casual lounge area featuring hand-held specialties he calls “Ming’s Bings.” At the same time, while Tsai says he is not interested in opening other fine-dining restaurants around the country, he allowed that his “bings” might ...

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