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, […]

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. – […]

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 […]

Testing The Cuisinart, Breville, and Kitchenaid Food Processors — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Today we’re testing food processors. We have the Breville Sous Chef, KitchenAid Pro Line Series, and the Cuisinart Elite 2.0. Just so we’re consistent on all levels, these are the 16-cup processors. These are some of the more higher-end products on the market. Today we’ll run through four tests. Shredding, slicing, grinding, and mixing. […]

Oyster Sauce Beef at Bruce Lee’s Favorite Restaurant — Cooking in America

– Hi Sheldon. – Hey! – Welcome here. – I’m excited to get warmed up with some Chinese food. – You’re at the right place to come then. – I heard that Tai Tung is the oldest Chinese restaurant here in Seattle. – Yeah we are. Since 1935. – Yeah. – 82 years now. (electronic […]

The Breakfast Burrito Was Invented in New Mexico — Cooking in America

(upbeat music) – Definitely not in Hawai’i anymore. Chiles just hanging around town. Light ’em on fire. Pshh. Hope my belly’s ready for this. Me and you buddy. Here we go. Back with another season of Cooking in America. And this time I’m in Santa Fe, and I’ve got a buddy of mine that grew […]

Is the $400+ Vitamix Blender Actually the Best? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Today we’re testing one of my favorite kitchen gadgets, the blender. So we’re gonna do a few tests to really test two things, power and speed. Starting with the Vitamix. It costs around $400 to $600. The Vitamix is known for its horsepower. It’s supposed to be the strongest out there, the biggest and […]

Bangladeshi Pizza is Detroit’s Best Kept Secret — Cooking in America

– We’re going to Amar Pizza, where this brother has decided to bring Bangladeshi flavors to Detroit Pizza. – I worked for Domino’s Pizza for 11 years. – And you worked all the way to general manager and working at– – No, I started out as a driver. I worked my way up. Then I […]

What Is Lithuanian Food? — Cooking in America

– So, we in the East Bay, and we’re about to go to Mama Papa Lithuania. It’s said to be the only Lithuanian restaurant West of Chicago. I don’t know that much about Eastern European cuisine, so we’re gonna find out today, – Traveling around the world, I explored so many cuisines, but as Lithuanians, […]