Nathan Faints In The MASTERCHEF Kitchen | Season 7 Ep. 14 | MASTERCHEF

-Shaun. Ah! These eggs are not working. Slice that lettuce. Quickly, baby. Quick. -OK, OK, OK, OK. [breathing heavily] Nathan, start figuring out what else we’re short on, brother. What else do we need? I can’t lose you right now, brother. I need you. Nathan, [inaudible], come on. Nathan. Nathan. Talk to me. Talk to […]

King Crab Cooking Demo | Season 10 Ep. 12 | MASTERCHEF

Gordon Ramsay’s Flavorful Salmon And Sides: Extended Version | Season 1 Ep. 1 | THE F WORD

– The secret behind is making sure your cook it skin side down. Skin side down protects the salmon, stops it from overcooking. But more importantly, we get that skin nice and crispy. In order to stop the salmon from buckling up, tilt the salmon. Just lift it up by that, bend it. Take a […]

Gordon Ramsay Demonstrates How To Cook The Perfect Alaskan King Salmon | Season 1 Ep. 1 | THE F WORD

Spiced Alaskan King salmon. The most exciting thing about cooking salmon is making sure you get that skin nice and crispy. Score. Salt. Pepper. Cajun spice. Oil. Skin side down. Touch of butter. That keeps the salmon so moist. Incredible. Flip. One of the first things I learned when I came to America, a great […]

Blow Torch Test: Which One Is Best for Your Kitchen? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

(hissing) – Oh my god! Go. Culinary torch time! We are testing three different types of butane torches, and two different types of propane torches. We’re running through three different tests, we are brûlée-ing some creme brûlée we will torch a tomato, and sear a steak. – We have the Rosle for $32, the Messermeister […]

Master Chef Hiroki Abe Earned a Michelin Star for His Shojin Ryori Menu — Omakase

We cook with “five tastes, five colors, and five techniques,” We cook with “five tastes, five colors, and five techniques,” which is the basis of Shojin cuisine. “Five tastes” refers to saltiness, bitterness, sourness, sweetness, and spiciness. “Five tastes” refers to saltiness, bitterness, sourness, sweetness, and spiciness. “Five tastes” refers to saltiness, bitterness, sourness, sweetness, […]

Cooking Tips: How To Make The Perfect Macarons | Season 5 | MASTERCHEF JUNIOR

Tonight, you’re going to have to make us a beautiful box of macarons, delicious almond meringue cookies. They require a huge amount of technical skill to get just right. That smooth, hollow top. That ruffled bottom edge. That rich, thin center layered between buttercream or ganache. It starts with egg whites, a little pinch of […]

Making Sushi and Sukiyaki at Seattle’s Oldest Sushi Restaurant — Cooking in America

– So we’re going to Maneki which is the oldest Japanese restaurant here in Seattle, and we’ll be talking to Jean Nakayama. She’s been coming here since she was a little kid and now is running this place continuing the legacy of this 100-year-old restaurant and serving the Japanese community. – [Jean] Welcome, Sheldon. – […]

Ice Cube Stops By THE F WORD Kitchen | Season 1 Ep. 10 | THE F WORD

– Welcome, sir. – Yeah, what’s up, man? – Good to see you. – How you doing? – Welcome to The F Word. Gentlemen, good evening. – How you doing, brother? – Hi, Rashad. What’s up? Good to see you. Nice to see, Kenyon. Now, first of all, congratulations. Thank you. The BIG3. Yeah. 1, […]

What Is The Best Way to Deep-Fry a Steak? — Prime Time

♪ We’re talking top round every way ♪ ♪ Talking top round ♪ ♪ Hear me say ♪ ♪ Choo choo talking top round ♪ ♪ Choo choo talking top round ♪ – Today we are going to fry some steaks to see whether we can make a London broil any better. It’s not a […]