Pitmaster James Woodard Is Bringing Barbecue Back to Oakland — Cooking in America

(upbeat music) – Everyone’s all exercising, making me feel– (laughter) We’re in Oakland. So in the 50s and 60s there was a big migration of African American families that came up from the south up to the west. And with that, Oakland became this scene of barbecue heaven. But as the years went by, all […]

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How a Ceramics Master Makes Plates for Michelin-Starred Restaurants — Handmade

(upbeat music) – It’s super exciting to me, that our company is sending 300, 350 pieces out the door, every day to a lot of the world’s best restaurants. Lots in the US, Canada, South America, in Europe, we’re in Australia, we’re in Middle East now. Occasionally, I’ll try to figure out how many people […]

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How Olympia Provisions Makes Sausage on a Massive Scale — Prime Time

– This is my happy place, like this is my happy place right here. The smell is like moldy but just like overwhelmingly meaty. It like really makes you hungry. – We are here in Portland, Oregon about to see our good friend Eli Cairo at Olympia Provisions. – We think Olympia makes some of […]

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Do You Need a $700 Portable Pizza Oven? – The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

What makes the best pizza oven? I’m here in Williamsburg on a rooftop with Chef Mike Fadem of Ops Pizzeria. Chef, welcome. Thank you. We’re here to test two of the best portable pizza ovens on the market. We have the Roccbox, and the Ooni. So the Ooni Pizza Oven goes for about $275, and […]

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Whole Fried Chicken at Detroit’s Only Senegalese Restaurant – Cooking in America

(upbeat reggae music) When you come here like immigrant, you don’t have enough money. You don’t have a credit, you don’t have nothing. Here when I open, everything is my own pocket. Here we serve Senegalese food. And it’s the only Senegalese restaurant in Michigan. How many years now? Maybe since like six months. So, […]

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How A Brazilian Steakhouse Serves 1000 People per Night — How To Make It

– We’ll be carving a lot of meat tonight. – [Katie] We’re here at Fogo de Chao in midtown Manhattan. I’m gonna be learning how to be a Gaucho chef. Preparing meat, butchering meat, cooking meat, and also table side service. So that’s the only thing I’m a little worried about, a lot worried about. […]

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Is the $799 Breville Pizzaiolo the Best Way to Make Pizza at Home? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– You guys are wondering who this handsome, extremely tall gentlemen next to me is. Chef Justin Bazdarich. – Yes, Hello. – Welcome. – Thank you. – What makes you, the pizza expert? Talk to me. – Well I own two pizza restaurants. – Yes, and very, very delicious, by the way. – Thank you, […]

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Do You Need the Cuisinart Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

Welcome back to Kitchen Gadgets. I’m here with the Cuisinart Soft Serve Ice Cream maker that retails at $68.99 I’m super excited for this because as soon as I laid eyes on it I was like, “I kind of want that!” Right off the bat you see you have a lever that dispenses your soft […]

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How Master Sushi Chef Kate Koo Charted Her Own Sushi Path — Omakase

(water sloshing) – Sushi chefs are basically professional rice-makers, in my humble opinion. It’s a never-ending quest, which is something that I love about sushi. It’s the unobtainable perfection, it is the mountain that you never get to the top of. Welcome to Zilla Sake. (paper tears) (scissor rasps) So, growing up, my parents taught […]

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