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skilletlicker 09-02-2016 09:17 PM

Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse
 
If you're into food porn, you might want to check out this show. I just found it on Amazon Video. There are only six episodes so far. The first is in Scandinavia and I enjoyed it a lot even though it doesn't have much to do with what passes for cooking in my house. I think there are only six episodes so far. I will definitely watch the other five.

CraigC 09-03-2016 05:58 AM

I'm sick and tired of these travel "food" shows. It was refreshing to see that Tyler Florence's "Test Kitchen" is an actual cooking show. :clap:

lyndalou 09-03-2016 07:25 AM

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Originally Posted by CraigC (Post 1478599)
I'm sick and tired of these travel "food" shows. It was refreshing to see that Tyler Florence's "Test Kitchen" is an actual cooking show. :clap:

A real cooking show...who knew? What network is it on? I miss Sara Moulton...sigh

CraigC 09-03-2016 07:35 AM

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Originally Posted by lyndalou (Post 1478603)
A real cooking show...who knew? What network is it on? I miss Sara Moulton...sigh

Food Network. Sara, I believe is on Create and often airs on Saturdays.

CraigC 09-05-2016 10:53 AM

Tyler made some burgers with ground chuck and short ribs in the second episode. The coolest thing were the potato buns from a batter placed in one of those containers that get charged with CO2. The CO2 was the "leavening" agent. He squirted the batter into 4" muffin pan, into the convection oven @ 400 F for 7 minutes.:yum:

Andy M. 09-05-2016 11:18 AM

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Originally Posted by CraigC (Post 1478807)
Tyler made some burgers with ground chuck and short ribs in the second episode. The coolest thing were the potato buns from a batter placed in one of those containers that get charged with CO2. The CO2 was the "leavening" agent. He squirted the batter into 4" muffin pan, into the convection oven @ 400 F for 7 minutes.:yum:

I watched that Tyler episode yesterday. While the bun technique was interesting, I found the show, as a whole, to be slow. It seemed he was trying to stretch 15 minutes of content to fill a half hour show.


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