Tag: Documentary

Strip Club Fried Rice in LA: Chef’s Night Out with Night + Market

Read MoreView 30 Comments

How to Make Chicken Cutlets with Frank Pinello & His Nonna

Read MoreView 100 Comments

Your Textbooks Are Wrong, This Is What Cells Actually Look Like

I still remember the moment. That’s something that I will never forget. The hair on my hands just stood up. It’s a microscopic universe within each cell. This is an unprecedented view of the cellular world, where we can actually see immune cells scooping up sugars in the ear of a zebrafish in real time….

Read MoreView 100 Comments

He Dives Into Ovens to Bake Bread

– [Narrator] Side note, no bread makers were injured in the making of this video. As you can probably gather, this is not your average bread maker. Nor is this your average bread oven. Nor is it your average bread. This is shotis puri, and in Georgian that translates to, well, bread. – A tonir…

Read MoreView 87 Comments

Antoni Porowski on “Autobiographical’ Cookbook & Behind The Scene ‘Queer Eye’ Recipes! | In Studio

– Hi guys, I’m Antoni Porowski, and I’m in studio with The Hollywood Reporter. – Welcome back. – Thank you for having me. – It’s so great to see you. – It’s great to see you, and I’m already thinking this is sort of like a continuation of the last time we were together because…

Read MoreView 7 Comments

Tripping on Hallucinogenic Frogs (Part 3/3)

HAMILTON MORRIS: Juan lights a stick on fire and gets it glowing orange. The captain does not react. He takes two more burns the same way, and then Juan begins to rub the jelly into all three wounds. [SPEAKING PORTUGUESE] HAMILTON MORRIS: Does he feel anything? [SPEAKING PORTUGUESE] MALE SPEAKER: He’s beginning to feel it….

Read MoreView 100 Comments

WRITING the Bigger Bolder Baking Cookbook: Behind the Book (Episode I)

You know, a recipe is so much more than grams and ounces and cups. Recipes are a way to tell a story. Did you ever dream that you would create your own cookbook? I never dreamed that I would create my own cookbook. I didn’t know that that was possible. I didn’t know that was…

Read MoreView 100 Comments

The High Cost of Deporting Parents

Read MoreView 100 Comments

Testing Explosives from The Anarchist Cookbook

[FAST MUSIC PLAYING] ROCCO CASTORO: I recently wrote an article for the technology issue of “Vice” about “The Anarchist Cookbook”. And if you don’t know what “The Anarchist Cookbook” is, it was written in 1971 by a 19-year-old named William Powell. It was a response to the Vietnam War and a type of field manual…

Read MoreView 17 Comments

Cute Sugar Gliders! | The Cute Show

My name is Annette Ramos. I’m the fashion editor at Vice. And today you’re at my house because I am babysitting for my parents’ sugar gliders. I know that they’re from Australia. They’re marsupials. They are closely related to koalas. They are called sugar gliders because of their preference for nectarous foods. And they basically…

Read MoreView 17 Comments