Sound speed. Cameras rolling. One alpha take two, A and B cam only mark. That wasn’t a very energetic (clap) Welcome to my Connecticut kitchen. I’m Dorie Greenspan and I’m a cookbook author. It seems that I’ve lived most of my grown-up life in New York City, here in Connecticut, and for the past 20 […]
Hi This is BlindFox welcome at the second part of the backcountry cuisine plastic ration pack ration review this is not a South African ration I know or made in South Africa this is made in New Zealand I got this in South Africa though I got this from the survivalist or co to za […]
Hi This is BlindFox welcome admiration review before you say black backcountry is not a South African Russian yes I know it’s available in South Africa though it’s made in New Zealand so I’m going to do little series on all Russians not made himself Africa but available in South Africa before we get started […]
Hi guys, welcome to the Ministry of Food! Ok, I’m going to teach you how to make a lovely stir-fried chicken chow mein. It’s something we’ve all heard about, a lot of people have it on the high street. I’ve broken it down, I want to show you how to make your own homemade version […]
The God of Cookery (Chinese: 食神) is a 1996 comedy film produced, written, starring, and directed by Stephen Chow. This is known to be Stephen Chow’s first film to utilize deep and sometimes dark themes.==Synopsis== Stephen Chow (the Chinese characters used for Chow’s name in the movie are different from Chow’s actual name) is a […]
The God of Cookery (1996) Stephen Chow as ‘Stephen Chow’ Karen Mok as Turkey Vincent Kok as Bull Tong Lee Siu-Kei as Goosehead Tats Lau as Wet Dream Nancy Sit as herself (cameo) Kingdom Yuen Ng Man-tat as Boss Thanks For Watching!
[Applause] g'day guys today you will need 1 kilogram of thinly sliced potatoes 1/3 of a cup of flour 40 grams of butter some shredded tasty cheddar cheese 1 diced onion some freshly diced chives 1 liter of milk salt and pepper and some nutmeg now put all these ingredients in the description bar so […]
trying to find things in the freezer can feel like digging out of an avalanche but if you follow a few simple tips it can be more like a walk in the park first always label and date everything you can use a sharpie on foil and plastic bags and masking tape on containers it'll […]