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- Sat, 08 Dec 2018 17:15:45 EST yungr8fX No.157548
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Where do you get dope recipes? Blogs, tv shows, recipe aggregators, youtube channels.. Share. I'm gonna share this guy, he's an absolute badass. One thing that's great about his recipes is that every single one of them have his own spin. He never just gives you the classic recipe. And often times, the little spin he puts on it is kinda strange but awesome and makes you think "how did I never think of this awesome flavor combination" or "how did I never think of this technique".


Also, I just really like watching his videos because I'm obscenely jealous of his beautiful cooking appliances. That flat top he has in his backyard has me drooling every time.
Robert Irvine - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 09:02:08 EST It3C0mHQ No.157570 Reply
I recently "discovered" Alton Brown, he's pretty dope.
He used to have a show on the Food Network or something (not available in my country) but there's plenty of clips and ripped uploads on youtube.

Haven't actually done any of recipes (yet) but tbh they're usually to make basic things really well. He also gets into the science and history of the recipes he makes, as well as DIY stuff when you lack certain equipment, and just general life/food advice.
It's pretty entertaining although some of it is kinda dated and cringy at times (usually when other actors get involved and it turns into some sort of sketch bit).
Chaz Fable - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 20:27:46 EST Z0KJkHwG No.157579 Reply
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The show was called Good Eats, it was dope as hell, and he's actually in the process of reviving it.

I was going to do this in a separate thread, but I have access to every episode of Good Eats (at varying levels of video quality) and I know how to make webms. I'll take requests for any subject matter you might like to see, you can use the link below as a guide:

Keith Cholewinski - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 21:21:09 EST dLdaOzGY No.157584 Reply
fuck yeah dude I have all of good eats and all the specials on my hdd and I just this week started going through a watch again!
Pierre Cubat - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 08:12:11 EST KWbS4wqg No.157587 Reply
I found a great recipe for red lentil cakes on the gourmandelle. It's vegan too for all you healthfags. It's quick and easy to make.
Elijah Joy - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 10:00:37 EST dvdeUIz5 No.157591 Reply
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vegan has nothing to do with health

I like Serious Eats, they do some good how-to's and breakdowns of certain foods. Though be warned about any equipment they recommend you buy..its usually based on sposorships though often somewhat decent (if overpriced) brands.

Though honestly my style at the moment, if im not trying to piece something together which i have no idea how to cook at the last minute, i think of a recipe/technique, youtube it, watch 1-5 videos of different people doing it in different ways (often not the entire thing) then once i have a grasp on the fundamental techniques and principals involved (if that happens), i try to recreate it.
Pierre de Lune - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 13:53:10 EST yungr8fX No.157592 Reply
I'm no vegan, but it actually does, to claim otherwise would be to lie. Vegan people have much lower incidence of heart disease and cancer. And there have been cases where people that had such bad blockages that they would soon need a bypass went vegan and their arteries healed themselves totally. And it can help lower blood pressure. Heart disease, obesity and hypertension are huge health factors in a lot of the world. That is obviously not to say that eating meat will give you those ailments, it's just more likely statistically.
Elijah Joy - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 16:17:36 EST dvdeUIz5 No.157594 Reply
I'll maintain that this has more to do with the fact that being "vegan" simply indicates one paying actual attention to their diet and whats in it..thereby separating themselves from the average person. An average which has an extremely unhealthy lifestyle

Youd get the best of both worlds by simply watching what you eat but knowing that you need all food groups in their respective forms of moderation. You might get horribly burnt and destroyed skin if you stayed fully exposed in the sun all day, but while you may not be so immediately or badly damaged...its not to say it would be better than any alternative to live in a cave
Johann-Carl Leuchs - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 17:46:58 EST 8jhkEV17 No.157595 Reply
i was drunkenly on youtube the other night and somehow came across a video of gordon ramsey teaching how to make burgers, which i of course clicked because i thought it might be funny. top comment was a guy saying "i bet he seasons his wifes ass before he eats it" with thousands of likes lol
Keith Cholewinski - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 01:00:52 EST AdHm8DAh No.157606 Reply
Vegans have a high rate of being a faggot though

For example
Marcel Boulestin - Wed, 20 Feb 2019 15:45:29 EST xx0ROMmD No.157619 Reply
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Chef John is the TV dinner of online cooking shows.

Though he clearly belongs in the kitchen, his dishes are simplistic americanized versions of good cooking.

Except his french basics, which is probably due to the baguette incident in culinary school
Chef Wan - Wed, 20 Feb 2019 22:06:29 EST c9Caxho1 No.157621 Reply
VahChef. He's minorly youtube famous for getting shitfaced on palm wine and making clay pot chicken:

But if you comb through his other recipes you'll learn indian cooking pretty quickly - seeing how so many dishes start similarly, indian stuff has become my go-to "what the fuck am i gonna throw together in half an hour" meal. I started out trying to make the perfect tikka masala then stumbled on this guy and now what was intimidating stuff I'm now totally comfortable with. He goes through a period of making a bunch of shit out of oats because of a sponsorship though, and he does other bullshit like buffalo wings that I'm not tuning in for, but if you like indian food he's a good guy.
Guillaume Fouquet de la Varenne - Thu, 21 Feb 2019 00:54:01 EST xx0ROMmD No.157622 Reply
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I'm fuckin dying already. Have a pot full of toddy, takes a sip, spills it everywhere.

Okay mate, I'm ready for you to cook anything.

Here's a picture of a sichuan rabbits head. You pull off the mandible, then split the frontal bone from the occipital lobe. The cheeks and brains are considered the best parts, but I enjoy the tongue too.
Marc Forgione - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 12:15:52 EST yungr8fX No.157668 Reply
Idiotic analogy. But thanks captain obvious for pointing out that he simplifies some of his dishes for a mass audience.
Prosper Montagné - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 20:47:20 EST tHhFruKv No.157670 Reply
>Cooking with dog
Call me a weaboo, but I learned some cooking gold thanks to Chef and Francis. Their thorough explanation of a few tasks has really made it easier for me. I often cook Asian food, since it just has that good harmony between meat, veggies and spices.

>Chineese cooking demystified
For the same reason as above

I love the oldschool ways of cooking, and quite a lot of those dishes still hold up today... .and are often cheap to make

>kdeb cooking
Recently stumbled on this channel... it's a "silent cook" channel, The cook is a boy and he shows off his talent by using mostly primitive implements. The food is simple, but very tasty.
Sadly comments are disabled on his videos....

I'm no vegan, but it actually does not, to claim anything else just indicates how ignorant of nutrition you are. Apart from vital proteins, many also have deficiencies in the very vital vitamins A and D. The latter of which can be gained by sunlight, however, if you want enough of both (naturally), you do need to eat meat or animal products. this is true especially if you live in colder and darker regions.

Many vegans are also coming out with quitting their diet, because a long term 100% fruit/vegetable diet can be dangerously harmful for the digestive system, namely the gut flora... which is the reason why many vegans get candida infections (which, again is solved by meat and yoghurt, among other things).
Where it can get really dangerous, is when the gut shuts down completely and refuses to take up nutrients due to gut flora imbalance.

Humans are omnivores, we are built to, and meant to eat both vegetables and meat. Cutting e.g. sources vitamins A & D, will affect bone, cell and muscle growth negatively. Cutting certain fats (like the omega series) will affact your joints negatively.

If you know any vegans, you'd also have observed that they eat snacks all the time... simply there's not enough "oomph" in a vegan diet to keep the body going.

Veganism, if anything, is really, really dangerous... especially in children, who need a lot of energy for all their growing and puberty...

i'm no vegan... simply because I actually know what the human body needs. And yes, I tried an all vegan diet for a month, and yes, it was pure hell feeling hungry, tired, constipated and gassy all the damn time...
Ferran Adrià - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 21:47:13 EST c9Caxho1 No.157671 Reply
your first 3 are some of my favorites as well. i'll check out this lil kdeb dude.
Chuck Hughes - Tue, 26 Feb 2019 08:51:04 EST tXasn4Vc No.157674 Reply
Most of you watch all the same shit i do, townsends, cooking with dog, chinese demystified but Illl add one I didnt see mentioned:
Emmymadeinjapan: https://m.youtube.com/user/emmymadeinjapan

Adorable Asian woman makes and shows an incredible range of cooking videoa, from reviewing kitchen gadets from the 30s-80s, to making weird cakes from unusual ingredients, to trying exotic fruits and MREs and foreign foods. She has a very soothing voice and is very cute and bubbly, shes also a great cook. Check it out
Cat Cora - Wed, 27 Feb 2019 10:36:39 EST aikhWt3z No.157684 Reply
Cooking With Q is the weirdest youtube chef. He's severely disabled, so he's kinda hard to listen to (like chef john). But he makes crazy shit. Like, most of what he does is wild experimentation. Lots of fermentation and curing.

Here's a focaccia he made that also uses a chinese bread technique I didn't know of: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2lVpn5EMS4
Menon - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 09:29:34 EST HseqYFr5 No.157702 Reply

Bet you make a a blood flavored milkshake instead of a 1:1 ratio when making Maasai ritual drank
Curtis Stone - Tue, 05 Mar 2019 17:14:16 EST ULThOzT3 No.157712 Reply
>Cooking with dog
RIP dawg. Also thanks for reminding me, got tipped onto that on here some year ago on here before, just checked one vid fast while stoned and forgot to check back.
Emeril Lagasse - Sun, 16 Jun 2019 10:37:25 EST N88b9Y9G No.158923 Reply
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>Rick Steins
Cooking, eating and traveling all in one
Jules Gouffé - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 08:50:49 EST VGmMyQDv No.159212 Reply
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I like the epicurious youtube channel
Pierre Gagnaire - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 15:07:03 EST 8xwV2JfD No.159219 Reply
I've worked in very nice restaurants that cut the pineapple like that. It's fine.

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