GIANT HERSHEY’S KISS Candy Bar How To Cook That Ann Reardon

Welcome to HOW TO COOK THAT I’m Ann Reardon And today we are making a giant Hershey’s Kiss We started this Giant Series a couple of years now and I make giant candy bars and give them to people who are doing giant things. We’ve done a Snickers, Kit Kat, Ferrero Rocher, Mars bar and […]

Long Islanders Are Lining Up For This Wrap-Panini Hybrid

[Narrator] While Manhattan has pastrami on rye, and Miami has the pressed Cuban, Long Island boasts an entirely different kind of sandwich. This is the Sazini. Jonathan Passman: We had no hours. We just unlocked the door, and we stayed open until we had to lock the door. It was whenever we ran out of […]

FOOD FRONTIERS

We’re in ranch country, and we’re in a very isolated area. I’m married to a rancher, and he’s the fourth generation to live on that ranch. Before there was a grocery store here, people drove a minimum of 42 miles to a grocery store. When I moved to town we had been without a grocery […]

5 of the Best Street Food in Queens, New York

– [Narrator] Queens, New York is the most ethnically diverse urban area in the world. With over 150 countries represented and 138 different languages spoken, a subway fare can transport you almost anywhere in the world. And that means that there is a lot of great food to be eaten here. A lot. Flushing, Queens, […]

Lucas Peterson Discovers His Favorite Dessert and Other Delicious Yemeni Dishes — Dining on a Dime

– Hey, everybody. We are standing here in Brooklyn on 5th avenue in the beautiful Bay Ridge neighborhood. On this stretch of 5th avenue, it’s sort of like a mini little Middle East. A lot of Arabic writing every where. A lot of stores and businesses are from Middle Eastern countries and the place we’re […]

The Last Cuban-Chinese Restaurant in NYC

– [Narrator] There are countless Chinatowns all over the world, and New York boasts one of the most famous, full of cheap produce, fish markets, and of course, a plethora of Chinese food. But, if you hop on the 1 train, take it to the Upper West Side, you’ll find a Chinese restaurant like no […]

Cooking Demo: Wild Mushroom Risotto | Season 2 Ep. 10 | GORDON RAMSAY’S 24 HOURS TO HELL & BACK

We’ve got a beautiful wild mushroom risotto with black truffles. Oh, I love risotto. The diversity of a risotto is pretty incredible, right– Yeah. –in terms of, you can do anything. Now, first thing in, set off those shallots. Why do we set them off? To release the flavor, get the essence going. That’s right. […]

Granny Gordon | Season 2 Ep. 5 | GORDON RAMSAY’S 24 HOURS TO HELL & BACK

[music playing] Hello. Hi! So glad you could join us. So glad you could come and join us. Good to see you, ladies. [kiss] Good to see you. [kiss] Good to see you. And we can get all these kisses. Wow. [kiss] Right. I forgot to shave my legs. I just want to apologize for […]

24 HRS Tips: Pan Seared Trout | Season 1 | GORDON RAMSAY’S 24 HOURS TO HELL & BACK

Pan seared trout, a succotash with a touch of heat, and a Cajun aioli. Lightly floured, skin side down. That’s going to protect the trout. You’ll flip it and put that in the oven literally one minute, yes? Right. Succotash– what’s the secret behind a great succotash? That’s right, the seasoning. You have the heat, […]

Professional Baker Reviews Cheap Doughnuts

– [Nicole] We grew up with only cheap doughnuts because nobody had gourmet doughnuts back then. I’d have to say that I prefer the classic stuff, like, simple is better. Smell-wise I can tell you it smells the most fake a doughnut could possibly smell. It also happens to look like a little butthole. It’s […]