For a true gastrosopher, the conditions of his knife’s blade are as important as the conditions of a car’s engine for a race car driver. To obtain the best results, tests must be done and passed. This said, we leave you with Bob Kramer’s 5 ultimate tests to ensure your knife cuts right through anything.
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Showing how he slices his famous slices and shapes his craved hand-crafted pizzas by himself, this short film about a loving father and owner of the pizza corner Di Fara can make us want to be more passionate and conscious about how, when done right, food can feed your soul and not just your belly ; )
If you ever had problems peeling your FAVorite beans, do yourself a FAVor and watch Chow.com’s FAVA-LOUS videotutorial for peeling FAVA Beans.
Would you like some dessert? Sure, I´ll have some wine please…. Come on and discover how you can start sampling some wine in your jelly with Videojug’s video of the chef Matt Kemp making a both sweet and delightfully grown-ups’ dessert.
Who says only kids can get excited with popsicles? Well, it sure wasn’t Karen Solomon, author of “can it, bottle it, smoke it”, who in this particular video with her hilarious personality, will show us how to make a refreshing and original popsicle… only available for people with an I.D.
Pss pss… don’t tell anyone, but we know of someone who can make some great ricotta cheese… You Take a glance at episode 181 of workout master and learn how to produce healthy and delicious ricotta directly from your kitchen.
What if frappe wine might be the next big thing? Well, taking a little pick into the Vinum Vita blog, we found out of a really interesting hypothesis obtained from an experiment of Nathan Myhrvold: A blender may enhance some red wines’ flavor. So, whether it is a $9 bottle or a 1982 Château Margaux, watch the explanatory video and if you’re convinced enough, maybe you’ll end up doing the trial yourself. Cheers!
This clip is a true love story: a short movie made by Alan Travers so his girlfriend could win a cooking contest. Using Tchaikovsky’s “Dance of the sugar plum fairy”, the animation of cooking tools and ingredients could get you thinking what happens in your kitchen when you’re not around? A great example of food for thought.
Blank plates: an empty canvas. Forks, spoons, and cups: brushes. This video: an easy-to-follow step by step work of art. Emerge yourself in the artistic perspective of bakery and appreciate a cake preparation from both its esthetic and flavor in Beet Cake by Tiger in a Jar.
How about cooking a delicious, of strong consistence, great color and flavor tomato soup…WITHOUT USING TOMATO!!!
Look at this molecular gastronomy tutorial and defy both your taste and understanding of chemistry with a step-by-step kitchen experiment.