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 […]

How Sun Noodle’s Saimin Became Hawaii’s Favorite Noodle — Cooking in America

For the past 35 years, Sun Noodle has been facilitating the ramen boom that swept the US. These guys provide noodles for hundreds of restaurants across the US, Europe, and even in South America. They built the factory first in Hawaii, then in California, and later in New Jersey, which when combined make over 200,000 […]

Catch n’ Cook Big NASTY Moray EEL!

What is going on, guys? So here is the scoop– I came out to this beautiful spot to fish a couple days ago. Just doing a little simple reef fishing. Just a beautiful, beautiful area. And I started catching a bunch of little reef fish called Wrasse. And while I was fishing, I saw this […]

The French Pastry Master Baking New Mexico’s Best Baguettes — Cooking in America

– Alright, we’re going to Clafoutis, which is a traditional French bakery, patisserie, here in the high desert of New Mexico. We’re gonna be meeting with Anne and Philippe, who has traveled back and forth from France but couldn’t get New Mexico our of their heart. They’ve been here for 10 years, and now the […]

Kids Try Hawaiian Food | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

♫ I’ve been staring at the edge of the water ♫ Long as I can remember ♫ Never really knowing why Woop! (lively music) – So good. – So good. – Yes (mumbles). (boys scream) – [Smaller Boy] I see you peaking. – Blop. – Blop. – How does it not turn into yoke? How […]

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 Amazing Life and Strange Death of Captain Cook: Crash Course World History #27

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course World History and today we’re going to talk about the life and astonishing death of Captain James Hook. Who’s death by a crocodile ch- what? James Cook? There’s no crocodiles? HGGG! Stupid history, always disappointing me. Well, Captain Cook is pretty interesting too and his death is […]

Hawaii Rooted: Home Grown Cuisine

Sheldon: The first thing that my auntie always says is, “Go eat,” and then, “What’s your name again?” If you look at the recipes here in Hawaii that we’re doing, it’s recipes that are based off of tradition 100-plus years ago, but in its own style. Basically, mimicking, like, rice, right? Try taste that. Man […]

Hawaii Regional Cuisine with Chef Alan Wong

I think of red as fire fire to me is about a passion a desire my name is Ellen Wong I'm the chef/owner of Alan Wong's restaurants the biggest award that we received was being recognized as number eight in America by Gourmet magazine one of my goal is to give our guests what I […]