Videos on Food And Drink

How to Cook a Whole Trout
This week we’re all about trout - whole Brook Trout to be exact. First we stop by sustainable seafood shop The Lobster Place for a lesson on how to source brook trout. Then it’s back over the bridge to Lodge in Williamsburg, where chef Jesse Vasquez schools us about this delicious freshwater fish. Finally it’s back to the kitchen for a roasted trout recipe easy enough for any home cook.
Running time: 428 seconds
Shrimp Classifications
What do the numbers on shrimp packages mean? Watch and find out.
Running time: 35 seconds
Kobe and Wagyu Beef
What's the difference between Kobe and Wagyu Beef? Watch and find out.
Running time: 36 seconds
How to Make Jacques Torres' Hot Chocolate
Hot chocolate lovers, here’s the recipe for the best hot chocolate you’ll ever taste, courtesy of world famous chocolatier Jacques Torres. Jacques uses his own chocolate powder, but you’ll get great results with any high-end chocolate if you follow his instructions.
Running time: 115 seconds
How to Make a Cheese Platter
This simple to make cheese platter may provide just the right decorative, and tasty augmented cheeses to delight your guests.
Running time: 360 seconds
How Factory Pies Are Made
Those frozen pies that seem to fill the supermarket frozen display bins, where do they come from, and how are these frozen fruit pies made. We discovered one company, the Willamette Valley Fruit Company, in our own backyard that processes fresh picked berries, and within hours, the fresh berries are frozen, and made into frozen pies for shipment.
Running time: 171 seconds
How Apple Cider Is Pressed
All it seems you need to make apple cider is a variety of apples and an apple press. In this video, Bill Cepurna demonstrates how to press fresh, tasty apple cider at a special event at Abernathy Elementary School in Portland, Oregon.
Running time: 80 seconds
Organizing a Food Swap
Bethany Rydmark shares some of her thoughts about the Food Swap event she has created for local foodies at the Branch and Birdie store in southeast Portland, Oregon.
Running time: 58 seconds
Tasting Chinese Cuisine in Brooklyn, New York
The Navigeaters head to Brooklyn’s little-known Chinatown to eat one of China’s most notorious dishes—drunken shrimp. For the dish, the shrimp are stunned with alcohol then eaten alive. The meal also included fried duck tongues and cooked goose feet. Navigeaters is one couple’s quest to eat a meal from every country on Earth… without leaving New York City.
Running time: 208 seconds
Tasting Burmese Cuisine in Queens, New York
For a home-cooked taste of Myanmar, the Navigeaters visited a Burmese church picnic in Queens. On the menu: Mohinga, the country’s national dish which is a hearty fish soup… traditionally eaten for breakfast. Also on hand was a salad made of tea leaves (Lahpet Thohk), a spicy medley of pig organs (Wet thar dote htoe) and a milkshake festooned with tapiocas and jellos (Falooda). Navigeaters is one couple’s quest to eat a meal from every country on Earth… without leaving New York City. Website: ht
Running time: 231 seconds
Bavarian Sausage Tasting for Oktoberfest in New York City
To celebrate Oktoberfest, the Navigeaters went to East Village bierhaus Zum Schneider, where they attempted to zuzeln a weisswurst (the traditional Bavarian method of sucking the meat out of the casing). Also on the menu: sliced radi (radish), obatza cheese spread, and Nuremberg wurst. And, of course, lots and lots of weiss beer. Prost!Navigeaters is one couple's quest to eat a meal from every country on Earth... without leaving New York City.
Running time: 275 seconds
Tasting Animal Brains in New York
For Halloween, the Navigeaters go zombie and munch on animal brains, digging into cow, lamb and guinea pig noggins. Topping the menu is tempura-fried cow brains! Then it’s onto a traditional Greek spit-roasted lamb head, a tiny guinea pig brain as they’d eat in Ecuador and finally the traditional French dish cervelle de veau—aka calf brains cooked with butter and capers. If zombies had a passport, this is what they’d devour.
Running time: 267 seconds
How to Prepare a Napa Cabbage Salad
In this episode of Growing Wisdom join Dave in make a delicious side salad using Napa Cabbage.
Running time: 100 seconds
Lobsters Trucks to Stay in Washington D.C.
When the Washington D.C. City Council loosened the rules governing food trucks back in 2007, it led to a culinary explosion in the nation's capital, enabling District lunch-goers to chow down on bulgogi tacos, pork banh mi, gourmet pizza, and more. Never known as a place for retail innovation, D.C.'s roving lunch scene is starting to compare favorably with such culinary hotspots as New York and Los Angeles, which have been cracking down on their legendary food trucks.
Running time: 115 seconds
How to Make Baja Fish Tacos - Part 1/2
Claudia & Erick tantalize your palate with Baja Fish Tacos! Part of a food series in partnership with The Dining Co.
Running time: 443 seconds
How to Make Coconut Milk Corned Beef and Cabbage
I hope you enjoy this Coconut Milk Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe!
Running time: 264 seconds
How to Make Pork and Black Bean Chili
Ingredients: 1 lb. boneless pork, cut into cubes 2 (16 oz.) cans black beans, drained 1 red or yellow bell pepper, chopped 1 med. can of tomato (whole, chopped, or crushed) 1 sm. red onion, thinly sliced 1 clove garlic, crushed 1/2 t. ground cumin 2 t. chili powder 1/2 t. salt 1 can tomato sauce 1/2 c. sour cream 2 T. chopped cilantro.
Running time: 175 seconds
How to Make Energy Oat Bars
Annabel Karmel shares tips for making quick, healthy meals and snacks for kids.
Running time: 106 seconds
How to Make Spinach and Artichoke Dip
Bethenny re-invents this decadent dip, creating a perfect party dish that can be served either hot or cold.
Running time: 275 seconds
How to Make Fresh Pumpkin Meat Pie
Larita, from Schlichting Century Farm shares her first-hand knowledge of pumpkins, and how to turn raw pumpkin meat into ingredients for making delicious home made pumpkin pie. As you can see, both types of pumpkins, Cinderella and Ghost, also have fresh seeds that can be roasted, and eaten. Check out this recipe for making Roasted Pumpkin Seeds.
Running time: 129 seconds
The Making of the Eau De Vie Pear Brandy
Eau De Vie, the French word meaning water of life, is a spirited drink produced from the distillates of fermented and mashed fruit. Steve McCarthy began a long quest to produce a world-class pear Eau De Vie, and turn it into a profitable business.
Running time: 345 seconds
How to Make Twice Baked Irish Potatoes with Stout Onions and Kale
First, Ivy Manning visited with Shari Sirkin, of Dancing Roots Farm, and learned more about kale. Now it's time to take that kale into the kitchen and create something delicious and easy to make, with ingredients that are commonly found in most kitchens!
Running time: 715 seconds
How to Make Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Bethenny Frankel shows you how to bake these heart-healthy, low-fat treats using the ingredients you have on hand.
Running time: 274 seconds
Larry Kleinman on Sustainability and Farm Workers' Rights
In this final segment, Larry Kleinman eloquently speaks to the fundamental goal necessary to create a truly sustainable society.
Running time: 69 seconds
How to Cook Brussels Sprouts
Sick of those mushy steamed Brussels Sprouts? Then join Dave and learn a new recipe that will add a great flavor and unique look to your meal.
Running time: 170 seconds


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