– Someone’s missing, or something. There you are. – Ah, thanks, oh, sorry, can’t see. Hello, everyone, it’s Barry here. Welcome to my virgin kitchen. And Phoebe, all right, give me five. Ow! How are you doing, are you okay? – Yeah – Are you? – Yeah. Today is a gadget testing video. But you
Welcome to our kitchen. Today we prepare an ancient Roman pork roast. A flavorful and aromatic roast with bay laurel leaves and berries. We start with the ingredients. We need pork (we are using pork collar), olive oil, garum (we’ll talk later about it), red wine, raisin wine, and the spices: asafoetida, long pepper, caraway,
– Ta-dah! – Have you lost your mind? What? I made you tea. But you burned down our kitchen in the process! [fire alarm ringing] [breathing heavily] Hot, hot, hot! Oh, Scott’s rolling! What’s his problem? I burned the tea. Winston! How could you? – What? I did bad? – You did very bad. [yelling]
Hi, I’m Tricia, a California organic gardener. Harvest time is happening! Today I’m going to dehydrate some of my fruits and vegetables so that I can enjoy them in the upcoming winter months. Many fruits and vegetables dehydrate well. You can use your fruit to create all natural yummy fruit snacks. Dehydrated garden vegetables are
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Couscous with 7 vegetables Ingredients: 300-400 g dried couscous 1/4 cup of vegan oil 1 whole chicken (or 1 kg lamb or beef chopped to small pieces) 1 bigger onion 3 tomatoes, peeled and roasted 1/4 cup of vegan oil 1 1/2 tablespoon salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 2 teaspoon ginger 1 teaspoon turmeric 1
Hi I’m Tricia an organic gardener. I grow organically. For a healthy and safe food supply, for a clean and sustainable environment, for an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Making juice is easy and fun. Today we’re going to be using a steam juicer and a water bath canner to make and preserve homemade juice. To
This is John Kohler with OKraw.com. Today I have another exciting episode for you. I’m going to do a recipe demo! I don’t often do recipe demos for you guys, but I’m going to do one today because this of my favorite recipes. So, this recipe demo is a salad and it’s an 811 approved