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You’ll need these dishes in your cooking repertoire: curried goat with GBD (Golden Brown Delicious) potatoes, and a tangy green seasoning aioli. Learn how to caramelize, braise, cook with thought and intention, layer flavors, and taste as you cook.
“We do not do this work for the money,” begins legendary Italian butcher, Dario Cecchini, and nothing has ever been more clear. The gregarious, eighth-generation butcher is never without a smile on his face as he holds court from sun-up through supper time in his red-and-white-striped butcher shop and kitchen in Panzano, Italy. In this introductory story, follow Dario through a day in the life, which includes the real deal business of butchery, and hosting dozens of visitors a day for cantina-style meals in his dining room. He talks about the dignified and joyous life cycle of his animals, and the craftsmanship his team applies to the end product. He explains the inspiration behind his butcher for a day program, and how to identify the perfect steak. The story ends with a family-style dinner, where t-bones get passed between strangers so everyone can gnaw on the scraps. From the outside, it looks like a very long day, but Dario insists “he’s never worked a day in his life.”
Loved it all. So inspiring! As a vegan chef, this helps with a lot of ideas and twist and turns to making great food.
Love this class…spent the whole day going through each lesson. Will be hitting the Indian market tomorrow
Learn how to make this regional specialty with jumbo fresh tiger prawns. Asma teaches how to make a traditional turmeric and salt marinade for the shrimp and Bengali-style boiled rice, a method, which according to Asma, is the healthiest way to eat rice.
Not just a tomato salad, Erez takes it to new heights by adding his favorites, mint, and chili. Learn how to make this Summery salad and get inspired by its flavors.
Erez shows you his secret for burning and peeling peppers and roasting almonds. He pairs it with the nutty crunch of almonds and the fragrant marjoram, which is what makes this pepper salad totally unique, and supremely delicious.
Preserved lemons are an important part of Erez’s kitchen. The salty, briny, citrus flavor brings a beautiful pop of color and flavor, and brightens up any dish.
A spin on the regional Tabbouleh salad, with other variations offered in Erez’s class, this one stands out with the use of Papaya. Tangy, tart, and caramelized peanuts to add some crunch and sweetness. As Erez would say, “wowowowow”.
Erez shows you his simple method for creating crunchy, caramelized nuts. Using peanuts or any other favorite nut but with herbs, spice, and savory tones thanks to Erez’s touch. Put it in Erez’s Papaya Tabbouleh salad, or add it to anything you like.
A staple in Erez’s kitchen, the simple nature of Labneh balls can be used in a variety of ways: in salads, with eggs, over a toast, it’s really up to you. Learn the secrets to creating perfectly preserved balls of cheesy love.
Simple, sweet, and salty. This unique salad is bursting with fresh flavors of goat cheese and bright greens. Let Erez show you a delectable salad using the pink wonder that is watermelon.
Braise poultry and simmer coconut rice in a flavorful miso and peanut mixture and you’ll have a warming, family-style dish. Learn how to to build flavor through caramelization and the secret to preparing perfect rice.
Take a journey to Jamaica with chef Kwame Onwuachi, to discover the roots of his Afro-Caribbean food.
It’s not breakfast in Jamaica without ackee and saltfish, a dish that Kwame’s Grandma Gloria would serve him as a child. Kwame teaches all about Jamaica’s national dish that reminds him of comfort and heritage.
Kwame’s mom, Jewel, is in town which calls for a celebratory meal: braised oxtails with coconut rice and pigeon peas. And of course, no family gathering would be complete without a refreshing rum punch cocktail packed with fresh Jamaican fruits.
Kwame grew up eating this “pot of wonderful magic liquid” with his father: a stew dish with gungo peas (pigeon peas), red peas (kidney beans), salted meats, and coconut milk. Make a huge pot for the whole family to taste the love!
Transport yourself to the beach and make Kwame’s favorite fried dish. Rub the freshly-caught snapper with marination and all-purpose seasoning, shallow-fried until the skin crisps, then add Escovitch sauce, a spicy and vinegary pickling liquid.
Beef patties are Jamaica’s ubiquitous fast food. Kwame teaches how to make the patty pastry dough, the beautifully seasoned beef filling, and delicious pillowy coco bread.
Jerk, a symphony of flavors, encapsulating the finesse, attention to detail, and all of the nuances of Jamaican cooking. Learn this iconic dish known for its intense depth of smokiness, heat, spice, and flavor. The 3-day cooking process is totally worth it.
Pepper shrimp is one of Kwame’s favorite snacks. Growing up in the Bronx, he’d always chow down on the electrifying dish. Learn how to make this easy shrimp recipe, which is preserved in a spicy sauce.
Learn how to blacken and braise chicken in a rich brown gravy with a hint of spicy Scotch bonnet pepper. Kwame serves it with fried plantains and Calypso aioli, making it a fantastic dish that will be a total crowd pleaser. The essence of Jamaica on a plate.
Jamaican recipes are famous for imparting flavor with an overnight marinades. In this lesson, Kwame shows how to make marinades for three classic dishes: brown stew chicken, oxtails, and curried goat.
Looking for the secret of how to get your food to taste better than everyone else’s? Kwame will show you how. Learn how to make chicken stock, shrimp stock, and vegetable stock, and you’ll instantly elevate your food.
Kwame just landed in Jamaica, and while he’s not yet sure what he’s going to cook, he’s going to stock his pantry with all the essentials: jerk paste, marination, curry powder, and all-purpose seasoning, which he calls “salt on steroids”.
Never make another potato salad the same way ever again. Francis puts his spin on the Argentine barbecue classic side with a tangy mustard vinaigrette.
No Sunday Asado in Argentina would be complete without salsa criolla, the national sauce, alongside chimichurri, that is served at traditional Argentine barbecues across the country.
Clarified butter is the secret weapon Francis uses to make his food crispy and luxurious. Ricki Motta, Francis’s sous chef, teaches how to make this golden glory.
Homemade Dulce de LecheIt’s hard to find a dessert in Argentina that doesn’t contain dulce de leche. Francis’s sous chef, Ricki Motta, teaches how to make this classic favorite that will sweeten up your life.
Francis and his brother Carlos go on a nature walk to a beautiful waterfall. There, he whips up one of his favorite no-fuss Gaucho-inspired camping meals: skirt steak and burnt bread sandwich.
Francis doesn’t like salads that are busy and cramped on a plate. Instead, he leans towards the generosity of space. Learn how to make one of Francis’s favorite salads that he calls simple yet noble.
Take a ride on the Darjeeling Express and learn how to make the Indian version of meat-and-potatoes as Asma teaches life-changing cooking skills like how to properly blend spices, infuse oils, and layer flavors.
Asma became famous worldwide for her Indian supper club in London. She has returned to Kolkata to cook an outdoor dinner party on the grill with journalist and friend Kounteya Sinha: fish and cheese paneer kebabs, smoky eggplant dip, and sweet potato salad.
Whenever Asma thinks of home, she thinks of parathas, her favorite bread. Learn as Asma shows how to make this incredible Indian flatbread and teaches two methods of how to roll and cook it on the tawa, a flat griddle pan.
Sandesh is one of Bengal’s favorite desserts. There are many different types, but Asma likes to infuse it with saffron to give it a delicate floral flavor.
Asma teaches how to infuse saffron, blend masalas, build flavor profiles, and she even reveals her secret tips on making the ultimate homemade garam masala.
Asma serves this lentil and rice dish in her restaurants and loves it for its complex simplicity, a sweet and sour dish with balanced flavors.
This Indian version of creamed spinach is the perfect vegetarian side dish. It’s packed with flavor and so easy to make. While Asma uses spinach, this recipe also works great with kale, arugula, or swiss chard.
Matar PulaoAdd some extra excitement to your plain white rice and learn how to make this simple, straightforward, and ultra flavorful side dish. If you want to learn more about masalas (spice blends), this lesson is a must watch.
Asma teaches how to make India’s favorite street food, Bengali-style samosas (known as singara), that are stuffed with an aloo gobi filling of cauliflower, potatoes, peanuts, and seasonings like ginger and turmeric. She pairs it with a fiery tomato chutney.
“It’s rice pudding on steroids,” Asma says about ki kheer, a traditional Indian rice pudding that uses Gulab (baby basmati rice), and jaggery (palm sugar), and is known for bringing good luck and fortune.
For the first time ever, Asma is making her family’s recipe with Middle Eastern and Persian roots. A recipe that has been cooked for generations, but never written down. She serves it with a refreshing cucumber and pomegranate salad.
Francis teaches how to make one of his favorite desserts. Learn how to make this refreshing dish and add it to your dessert repertoire. It may seem simple, but it’s loaded with supremely fresh and complex flavors and textures.
It’s Sunday on the island, and Francis and his team are preparing for a barbecue feast. In this short documentary, Francis takes you into his Patagonian world to discover the true meaning of the sacred ritual that defines Argentine culture: chorizos, steaks, ribs, sweetbreads, salads, free-flowing red wine, and great company.
A simple dessert that only calls for 3 ingredients: Pears, salt, and dulce de leche. “When you cook a pear like this, all of the humidity of the pear stays inside so it’s very, very delicious,” Francis says.
No pots or pans are needed for this recipe. Join Francis on a hike in the wild outdoors, on the edge of a beautiful waterfall where he improvises a simple meal with only sticks and fish.
Francis brings us to one of his favorite places on the island, near a beautiful waterfall, to cook trout fillets sandwiched between two crispy potato cakes. Learn techniques like the proper way to fillet a fish.
This fish stew is proven to nourish the body and soul. Francis teaches how to truly build and layer complex flavors with simple ingredients. Hint: The true taste of the chupín comes from the bones and the head of the fish, plus a lot of love and care.
Francis teaches how to make two different panqueque desserts on the plancha that make him “very happy”: Dulce de Leche Pancakes and Granny Smith Apple Pancakes. These thin crepes are usually served for dessert, but also great for a sweet breakfast.
Francis invented the infiernillo or “little hell” oven about 20 years ago. Today, he proclaims his love for Patagonian trout as he fires up his small inferno to teach you how to make freshly-caught salt-crusted trout.
This dish is a bestseller at Francis’s restaurant for a reason. Learn how to prepare this vegetarian spin on the humble classic by using the mighty eggplant. Francis teaches how to char, coat, and pan fry the eggplant with clarified butter.
The egg is one of Francis’s favorite ingredients. Learn how to make oeuf brouillé, a rich and delicate French-style scrambled egg cooked in a bain-marie hot water bath.
Francis loves to smash things, and here he teaches how to make this easy and unfussy steak, a dish that he began making over 25 years ago.
All you need is three carrots, a handful of thyme, a bit of cream, olive oil, and a cast iron pan to make Francis’s latest hit vegetarian recipe. You’ve never tasted carrots quite like these.
From Patagonia to Paris, Francis transports you to Café de Flore, one of his favorite places in France known for its oeufs à la coque, soft-boiled eggs, a sophisticated yet simple breakfast that Mallmann regularly makes at home for his children.
Revuelto gramajo is a Buenos Aires classic, most commonly found across the country in neighborhood bodegones (Argentine cantinas). Francis puts his own spin on this scrambler-hash hybrid that resembles an omelette, but stays true to its original ingredients: eggs, ham, and fried shoestring potatoes.
Since construction workers don’t have much time on their lunch break, occasionally they’ll build a quick fire, slap a piece of chapa on top of the makeshift parrilla, and grill a thin piece of steak. Then, top it all off with bacon, avocado, and crispy sweet potato chips.
Francis shares this favorite tortilla española recipe, a classic Argentine dish with Spanish roots. While it’s possible to use any onions available, Francis’s secret is combining three types of onions for sweetness.
Watch and learn from the master of meat the core principles of live-fire cooking. And no steak would be complete without a traditional herbaceous chimichurri sauce.
A symbol of the Andes, potatoes are very special to Francis. Over the last 50 years, he has developed a unique tuber devotion. So, buy yourself a big bag of papas and learn from Francis nine different ways of how to cook the mighty potato.
While there are many ways to cook fried and scrambled eggs, Francis has his preferences. Learn Francis’s simple and delicious tricks and techniques of making the perfect fried and scrambled eggs.
Learn how to make one of Argentina’s favorite comfort foods with Italian roots, the milanesa. While the milanesa is traditionally pounded thin and deep fried, Francis prefers a thick cut of tenderloin cooked bleu, or extra rare, on the chapa grill.
Francis brings life to vegan cooking and teaches his daughters’ absolute favorite Christmas dish: a platter overflowing with a colorful assortment of seasonal vegetables. Learn how to perfectly choose, cut, and cook fresh vegetables on the plancha.
Francis teaches how to make two empanada recipes: baked meat empanadas with onion, eggs, and olives; and fried cheese and onion empanadas. This family-friendly dish is easy to make for the kids or to serve at a party.
Join Francis in his quincho, the outdoor kitchen, as he teaches two of his seven live-fire signature cooking techniques: hanging and slowly roasting ingredients over hot embers and the rescoldo method, burning vegetables in ashes.
Journey with Francis to his remote island in the Patagonian wilderness. The classically French-trained chef famous for his primal open-fire cooking methods reflects on his trajectory as he enters a new introspective chapter in his life.
Feel at home with this comforting apple pie recipe. Each pie bursts with a heaping cupful of sautéed apples. Nancy loves to top each pie with a big mound of vanilla gelato, and so should you.
Nancy serves dinner in her Italian garden with a cascade of contorni that highlight the season’s best: roasted tomatoes with thyme & black olives; roasted cauliflower with caraway seeds; baked cabbage with olive oil; and baked onions with sage and vinegar.
We’re back in Nancy’s home kitchen where she’s preparing Spiced Lamb Ribs for a dinner party. Learn life changing cooking hacks and get a glimpse into Nancy’s quirky culinary world when she busts out a flea market coffee grinder to make her spice rub.
Learn the eggplant essentials, like how to score, salt and sweat them to release any bitter juices. Caramelize onions, “candy” your garlic, and top with whey to take this dish to another level. An unforgettable side at your next dinner party.
The recipe was inspired by Nancy’s celery and burrata dish at Mozza Bar, a plate that chef Deb Mikhail said that “celery can actually be cool.” Doctored up with turmeric, crushed Persian lime and fresh mint, this dish is bright and vibrant.
Learn how to coax the best texture and flavor out of earthy butter potatoes by first confit-ing them in oil, butter, garlic cloves, fresh rosemary and sage.
Ever wonder how a chef conceives a new dish? Watch Nancy’s creative process from the farm truck to first bite in pursuit of a seasonal and delectable dish. Learn how to compose a plate to account for color, texture, moisture, depth and of course, flavor.
Nancy puts her own creative spin on this Italian stewed sweet pepper classic by roasting it in the oven to achieve a richer, more deeply caramelized flavor profile. These peppers are going to totally steal the show at your next party.
Join Nancy inside her favorite kitchen in Panicale, Italy where she learns to make traditional tagliatelle from the world’s foremost pasta authorities: two Italian nonnas!
From fried parsley and orange zest to shaved cauliflower and bagna cauda croutons, this Chi Spacca Caesar salad creation is bursting with texture, flavor, and originality.
Join Nancy with Chi Spacca’s executive chef, Ryan, as they both share the techniques, secrets, and inspiration behind their dramatic and famous Chi Spacca Pepper Steak: a special pepper-crusted steak served with bacon and charred scallions.
Transport Osteria Mozza’s legendary mozzarella bar to your next dinner party and pair it with four delicious condiments: Salsa Romesco, Basil Pesto, Caper Relish, and Black Olive Tapenade, and served with Fett’unta — grilled bread drowning in olive oil.
Chef Nancy Silverton gives us a delicious taste of her world, starting in her summer home in Umbria, Italy, before taking us into her home and restaurants in Los Angeles, California.
Join Edward and Ben, home chef and community leader, as they throw a backyard barbecue. Learn Ben’s special brine, and how to grill meats and vegetables.
Edward explores the complexity of watermelon with this whimsical salad. Simple techniques like stove-popping buttery popcorn, boiling and frying peanuts, and creating a crunchy Brûlée top make up this surprising plate.
Learn how to make quail with perfect cross-hatched char marks, simmer homemade barbecue sauce with surprising ingredients, and prepare homemade quick pickles. Edward’s grilling techniques can be applied to other proteins.
Want to cook steaks better on the grill? Watch this lesson. Edward explains how to check for doneness, manipulate the fire and accomplish a smoky taste.
Edward revisits the Southern classic dish of shrimp and grits with his own unique take that combines his love of bourbon and oysters.
Learn the basics of making savory, creamy peanut butter. His method involves roasting peanuts and blending them with Asian ingredients like sesame oil for an umami-tasting butter that is perfect to use in cooking and not just spreading on toast.
Edward teaches how to utilize one of his signature flavors: Burnt. Discover the gentle balance of burning without charring, as you learn how to master the Maillard reaction and release deliciousness from the simplest ingredients.
Luscious silken tofu in a fatty broth with braised daikon and an apple-ginger purre. Learn how to create a broth, braise vegetables, and plate an elegant dish. Edward also emphasizes knife skillscutting radishes into perfect cubes and matchsticks.
Edward shows how to make kimchi from kohlrabi, a dense vegetable that holds up well when fermented. Beyond the kohlrabi, expect the usual kimchi suspects like Korean chili flakes, scallions, garlic, and ginger to tantalize the taste buds.
A delicious and healthy meal perfect for any night of the week. Edward teaches how to steam fish, mix the marinade, blanch and shock cabbage, chop vegetables, and whip up a miso Hollandaise sauce. Gain an array of essential skills in one lesson.
Chef Edward Lee refuses to be defined by his heritage, culture, or geography. Born Korean, raised in Brooklyn, living in Louisville, Kentucky – Chef Lee is more than the sum of his parts. Discover the city, people, and places that make chef Lee tick, and have inspired his new cuisine that goes beyond any boundaries.
Learn classic shallow-fry fried chicken, smothered in Edward’s Korean-inspired gochujang sauce, and with a side of tangy, bright Asian pear slaw. Edward teaches you how to get the crispiest chicken skin, while maintaining a juicy interior.
Travel to a small Arab village and learn about the secrets of this Lebanese delicacy. Kibbeh Nayyeh, considered the tartare of Lebanon, is prepared with a special blend of spices and bulgur wheat for an insane aroma and one of a kind Middle Eastern flavor.
Travel to the northern Galilee to the vineyards of Shvo Winery, to cook an open fire breakfast along with Gaby the winemaker. Erez tosses veggies and eggs into a pan, they share much wine alongside cheese and fresh bread. A simply perfect breakfast.
Erez fires up his Taboon oven to create a traditional Lebanese dish named for the pan it’s roasted in, with lamb kebabs, tomatoes and raw tahini.
Chicken schnitzel is the most popular food in Israel, but this new version will blow your mind. Erez meets up with legendary Israeli chef Israel Aharoni who teaches him how to make schnitzel-style baby lamb chops.
Erez invites friends to prepare and grill lamb kebabs over an open fire, with roasted corn and Mashwiya and Mulukhiyah salads.
Gain confidence in the kitchen and learn how to make the most delicious fish recipes, two ways: oven-baked fish with grapes and tomatoes, and fish crudo with berries and chilis.
Join Erez alongside best-selling cookbook author, Adeena Sussman, to create this amazing Harissa chicken dish featuring green tomato and peach salad. Learn how to make harissa, marinate, grill, and a fresh summery salad.