Pistachio Fluff Recipe – Amy Lynn’s Kitchen

Hi everyone! I’m Amy! And today I’m making pistachio fluff. This is a super easy recipe that uses instant pistachio pudding to make a delicious dessert. So let’s get started! Drain 1 cup of maraschino cherries on paper towels. Then cut each one in half and set them aside. Now roughly chop enough pecans to […]

i made GORDON RAMSAY’s most difficult dish

Beef-Fillet lean meat with little fine sinews of fat running through it just melts in your mouth like butter This is very intense Hot pan, olive oil Seal Mustard Season I could never pull this off like ever Now, I’m going to take the water out of the mushrooms. Look how wet they are. Beef […]

The Great Food-Tuk adventure: IndieGoGo campaign video

What is the best vehicle for a story? Is it a plate of food? Is it a piece of music? Or is it a book? We think it’s a tuk tuk. This is Cameron He is a filmmaker And he might be an astronaut. This is Guglielmo. He is a cook. And he’s unpredictable. 8 […]

Inside Dorie Greenspan’s Kitchen!

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 […]

Caveman Episode 2 – Cooking

Having completed his washing, the suburban caveman is ready for his next adventure he decides that maybe a spot of cooking, is just the thing he needs to do. He inspects the cookbook, quizzically turns it around and opens to the first page he decides that he probably doesn’t need instructions and gently discards the […]

The Yankee Kitchen: How to Peel Apple

Hi, I’m Amy Traverso, Lifestyle Editor at Yankee Magazine. I have a quick kitchen tip for you today about peeling apples. When I was working on “The Apple Lover’s Cookbook,” I had to peel a lot of apples, and I came up with a technique that I think is faster and more efficient. So, to […]

How To Make a Brownie Baked Alaska

-These are pretty stiff. Nice whipped peaks. I can turn it over my head. This is what Jamie Oliver always does, right. He’s like, “You know they’re done.” Should I do it? Ah! It’s really nerve-racking. Hi. I’m Farideh, the culinary director at “Munchies,” and today we’re making a grasshopper baked Alaska, which is a […]

Introduction to Container Cooking in the Thermal Cooker

Let’s touch a little bit on container cooking, although for the most part we are going to go into great detail on containers in the Container Cooking Series. With containers you are able to cook all those foods that you cannot normally cook in a thermal cooker because so far we have talked about food […]

The Real Mrs Crocombe | Part Four: A Victorian Cook’s Outfit

I’m Dr Annie Gray, I’m a food historian but I also worked here at Audley End for many years alongside the various Avis Crocombes. I wore clothing just like that of Mrs Crocombe in the Victorian Way videos but that clothing was in itself modelled on the very clothing that people at the time would […]