Pad Krapow and Detroit’s Best Thai Food at a Buddhist Temple — Cooking in America

(funky electric guitar music) We are in the Thai temple in Michigan in Detroit. It’s called Wat Buddha Vihara, Midwest. This is the first Thai temple in Michigan. – [Sheldon] During the summer, you guys cook out here. We do have a lot of Thai people, or Asian people, to come around. Laos people come […]

Chef Ahmed Obo Is Bringing Kenyan Island Food to New Mexico — Cooking in America

– So here we are at Jambo Cafe, and we’re going to be meeting Ahmed who comes from an island in Kenya. Here in Santa Fe, he found his true passion for cooking. Now he’s serving up food from his island to the people of this city. – Hey, Sheldon. – Hey, what’s up man? […]

Do You Need the Cuisinart Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

Welcome back to Kitchen Gadgets. I’m here with the Cuisinart Soft Serve Ice Cream maker that retails at $68.99 I’m super excited for this because as soon as I laid eyes on it I was like, “I kind of want that!” Right off the bat you see you have a lever that dispenses your soft […]

Why Filipino Food Should Be The Next Big Cuisine — Dining on a Dime

I don’t get down to the south bay as often as i should. There’s a lot of really fantastic restaurants down here including this place we’re going to now which is called Silog. It’s in this kind of barren strip mall in Torrance. The chef there Lemuel is cooking some really excellent Filipino fusion cuisine […]

How Airplane Food Is Made to Be Served at 30,000 Feet — How To Make It

– We’re here in Atlanta, Georgia and we are gonna team up with their chefs to see how they make their food taste good at 30,000 feet in the air. We’re gonna start the day off at Gate Gourmet to see how food is being prepped and packaged, ending the day at Delta’s training facility […]

How a Janitor Became a James Beard Award Winning Chef Through Oaxacan Cuisine — Cooking in America

– [Sheldon Simeon] Chef Hugo Ortega began his journey as a goat herder in Mexico, only to end up winning a Southwest Best Chef James Beard award. After he immigrated to the US at the age of 16, his dish washing career led him to meet the woman that would change his career, and would […]

The Thriving Himalayan Cuisine In USA’s Most Diverse Neighborhood: Jackson Heights — MOFAD

When I first came to New York City in 1986, I would come to Jackson Heights very often. to eat at Jackson Heights diner Jackson Heights diner served Indian buffet Jackson Heights. It’s one of the most diverse communities in queens which is the most diverse place in the world we have people from a […]

Do You Need the $1300 Otto Wilde Steak Grill? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Welcome back to your favorite show in the world, Kitchen Gadgets. Today I’m very excited, we’re testing the Otto Wilde grill, which is supposed to heat up to 1,500 degrees and that’s some serious heat for the whopping price of $1,300, they say that you can get steakhouse-quality steak at your own home. We’ll […]

Is the Instant Pot Worth It? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Today we are testing the popular Instant Pot versus your traditional pressure cooker. The one thing about pressurizing food is it’s quick, but it doesn’t really develop the flavors as much as a slow-cooking method. So compared to your basic pressure cooker, which is just a pot, the lid that pressurizes, you’re using it […]

This Food Truck is Adding Filipino Flavor to All-American Burgers — Cooking in America

– The one sauce of all sauces in the world. Mang Tomas All Purpose Sauce. Put it on anything. Hamburgers, roast pork, sprained ankles. Everything. I ain’t gonna come to Houston and not do me. That’s right, we’re gonna do Filipino. This next that we’re gonna go, we’re gonna probably see those flavors of longanisa, […]