Loretta’s Famous Chocolate Gravy & Biscuits

[music] Here we go Everybody needs biscuits in their life See that’s much more photogenic biscuit What we’re doing is chocolate gravy which is a Southern delicacy that some Southerners don’t even know about but this is what my grandmother cooked and raised 11 kids on and they got up every morning about maybe 4:30 […]

Easy Strawberry Baked Oatmeal Recipe – How to Make Baked Oatmeal

We’re Adam and Joanne from www.inspiredtaste.net and welcome to our kitchen. We’re making our Baked Oatmeal with Strawberries, Banana and Chocolate. An easy and fun breakfast. Let’s do it! Pre-heat your oven to 375 degrees F. Grab a dish. And generously spray with cooking spray. We’ll need some strawberries…so give them a rinse. Then hull […]

Food webs. Vlog about food chains

Hello. Today I wanted to tell you about food chains. The idea of this video came to my mind when I was watching “Shark Tale” Do you remember that scene when Sykes shows Oscar his place in their food chain? This is what I am talking about A food chain is a sequence that demonstrates […]

The Standard Process Whole Food Cafeteria

So here at Standard Process I serve about 5,000 meals a year. I feed about everybody that comes into the door. What makes the Standard Process Cafeteria unique is I get to work with all kinds of amazing organic food, all of the colors are beautiful, they’re all whole foods, that’s keeping with the Standard […]

Cooking with Bibedo – Chipas with Barack Obama

My name’s Bibedo Old War and welcome to Cooking with Bibedo. Today i’ll have a very important guest called Barack Obama and i will make some chipas for him. So let’s go. The ingredients you’ll need will be: Grated Cheese. Manioc Powder. 2 Eggs. Milk. Butter. Put all the ingredients but the milk in a […]

Our Kitchen Workplace Charter | Chef Network

We had some ideas ourselves about what we thought we needed to change and what we thought the industry could do with a benefit, and we were looking for a voice and we were looking for something that was very much chef led. It’s about bringing like minded individuals together to promote our industry as […]

Cecilia Polanco Finds Purpose and Passion on Pupusa Food Truck

I never imagined myself working on a truck. I didn’t even think that this would be my path. But I was able to find it. My “ah ha” moment was when I would bring friends from UNC home and my mom would make pupusas and they loved it. I think it was a way to […]

Outstanding Young Entrepreneur: Fyood Kitchen

( ♪♪♪ ) Fyood Kitchen is social cooking competitions for amateurs. So we believe that you don’t need any fancy experience to cook good food creatively and have a great time doing it. We use mystery baskets with four ingredients that cooks must include in their dish but then we have a fully stocked pantry […]

Smith College Profcast: Carrie Baker

When I was a college student way back in the day, I took a woman’s studies introductory course and I remember really vividly how much the material resonated with me but also it depressed me. because learning about things like racism and sexism and homophobia and xenophobia was really discouraging to me. I was learning […]

Stir-Fry Cabbage Salad Recipe by Manjula, Indian Gourmet Cuisine

Today I will be making stir fry cabbage salad. This is a healthy mix of vegetables. Cabbage, green beans, carrots and bell pepper. Garnish with coconut. This is colorful and crunchy salad. Very low in calories, but still taste delicious. This recipe will serve 2. For this recipe we need: About, 1/2 cabbage. After cutting […]