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Favorite cooking videos?

Post by DATo » 03 May 2017, 18:36

Favorite cooking videos? I have two shows which I can heartily endorse.

Laura Vitale - Laura in the Kitchen - She is now 25 years old (I think) but she came from Naples Italy when she was only 12 and has, unbelievably, no accent at all. Her father owned a restaurant and she worked in it. She is known for her authentic Italian recipes borrowed from her Nona (grandmother) but she also has posted over 500 recipes of food from all over the world. Her videos are made in her home kitchen not in a studio. What I really like is that she tells all the small details which are so important to successfully duplicating the recipe.

Italian Sunday Sauce
(As an Italian myself I can vouch for "authentic") ~ 9 Minute video

All recipes can be found at http://www.LauraintheKitchen.com


Chef John - Food Wishes is a professional chef. Along with his great recipe descriptions he has a very good sense of humor which is spontaneous and adds a very nice garnish to the video.

New York Cheese Cake ~ 5 minute video

All recipes can be found at http://foodwishes.com

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Post by somersan » 02 Jun 2017, 08:05

I do not have such video ;d

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Post by Amcdanel86 » 25 Jun 2017, 01:14

I like the tasty facebook page I find lot of yummy recipes on there

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Post by eleh Micheal » 07 Oct 2017, 16:51

I can't wait to watch this!

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Post by teacherjh » 02 May 2018, 12:30

I like the Cooked series by Micheal Pollan. He explains the importance of cooking and where it came from.

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Post by Dael Reader » 13 Jun 2018, 20:02

America's Test Kitchen. I watch the show on PBS, but also check out videos they provide online. Since I'm a vegetarian, and they do a lot of meat dishes, there are a lot of recipes I don't use. But I've learned a lot of techniques and tips from the show.

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Post by Riszell » 30 Jun 2018, 04:02

I love watching Tasty. It made cooking looks easy plus the presentation looks great, the videos of foods make my mouth water and my stomach rumble. :D

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Post by TaaraLynn » 16 Jul 2018, 10:52

A few years ago, I used to watch Chef Brad on television, which I can't remember the name of the show (unless it was self named), which is where I learned about quinoa, farro, and all that good stuff. Milkstreet has a show and a podcast and the Chew! 😊 I like how the recipes from these shows are simple and not time consuming.

I haven't checked online for videos for Chef Brad or Milkstreet, though.
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Post by jhomarcams26 » 24 Jul 2018, 20:58

Video of del Monte kitchenamics 😂😂

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