Growing up, Qing Zan (Niu Ze Meng) knew exactly what she wanted out of life. With big dreams and an even bigger determination, Qing Zan had no doubt that with enough hard work, she’d be able to make all her dreams come true. Unfortunately, the realities of life made achieving her dreams next to impossible. But not even crushed dreams were enough to keep Qing Zan down for long. Unable to make her initial dreams come true, Qing Zan dusted off her other talents and began working as a cook for the wealthy Bai Family. With a talent like hers, it was only a matter of time before she caught the attention of the family heir, Bai San Qian (Xie Bin Bin). A stickler for perfection and a total snob, San Qian has become accustomed to having the world bow at his feet. Unfortunately for him, Qing Zan refuses to tolerate his outlandish behavior. Ever at odds, Qing Zan and San Qian spend their days bickering about absolutely everything, until eventually Qing Zan decides she’s had enough. Realizing Qing Zan is ready to walk away for good, San Qian stops her, though he can’t bring himself to admit the reason why. Shocked by his own feelings, San Qian realizes that in the midst of all their arguing, he’s actually fallen for his feisty cook. Little does he know, Qing Zan feels the same way. Will these unlikely lovers be able to stop fighting long enough to confess how they truly feel? A lighthearted romance full of laughs, “Love in the Kitchen” is a 2020 romantic comedy film directed by Yan Zhi.