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Instant Pot Made an Air Fryer! Is It Any Good? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Hey guys, we’re back in the test kitchen today, and I’m really excited to test this new gadget. It’s the Instant Vortex Plus Air Fryer Oven that runs for about $120. Basically, this is a seven-in-one miniature convection oven, that can sit on your counter. So what are the seven functionalities of this? Let’s…

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How Injera Bread Brings Together a Traditional Ethiopian Meal — Cooking in America

– [Menge] Hi Sheldon. – Hello. – Welcome to Seattle. – Thank you. I can already smell the spices right off the bat. – [Menge] Yeah, this is the Jebena market, where we sell most of our spices for others to take home and make their own. – [Sheldon] Martha emigrated at a young age…

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Is the Philips Pasta Maker the Best Home Pasta Extruder? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– I’m thrilled to be joined by a very special guest, the Phillips pasta maker! So, this Phillips pasta maker is basically your all-in-one noodle maker that mixes, kneads, extrudes your dough. So basically, you can make a whole bunch of different pasta and noodles in just a few minutes. Alright, to get straight in,…

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Do You Need a Toaster Just for Grilled Cheese? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– These baskets are like (beep) annoying. Today we’re testing the Grilled Cheese Toaster. Why on earth would I need a toaster that’s just for grilled cheese and that’s bright yellow? It’s supposed to make you grilled cheese within minutes. Obviously when you’re making grilled cheese in a pan you can control the heat a…

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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 a Duo of Master Sushi Chefs Run New York’s Most Exciting Omakase — Omakase

– [Man] The omakase, in a word, it means chef’s choice. It’s not only just the sushi. Welcome to Shuko. Coming from Masa and then opening our own restaurant, there’s definitely pressure, not just from the customers or the world but just from self. The influence that I got from Masa is sort of constant….

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How To Make Cotton Candy By Hand, Using an Ancient Chinese Method — You Can Do This!

– And that, ladies and gents, is 16,000 strands of hand-pulled cotton candy. (funky techno music) We’re gonna make cotton candy using the hand-pulled noodle technique, also known as Dragon’s Beard. Started in ancient China, and it’s just this pulling technique that they do with noodles, but you would do it with sugar. We got…

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Fry Bread Tacos from a Native American Food Truck — Cooking in America

– So this next spot we’re checking out is Off the Rez. It’s a food truck that’s serving up Native American cuisine. The only one in Seattle. We’ll be talking to Mark who is celebrating a dish called fry bread, which is a recipe that he learned from his Native American grandmother. What’s up, guys?…

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Does the $250 Breville Bread Maker Outperform the Competition — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– We’re back to the Kitchen Gadget Show. And we’re here to test three different bread makers. The objective is to see if the Breville, at $250, is really worth the price tag compared to the Hamilton Beach at 60, or the Cuisinart at 100. So today we’re just doing a very standard white bread….

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How Olive Oil Is Farmed and Processed at the Country’s Biggest Producer — How to Make It

– We are here in California Olive Ranch, the biggest producer of olive oil in the country. We’re gonna find out how they are mainstreaming the production of olive oil, to make it more consistent, and widely available for everyday use. So how does California olive farming differ from Italy, Spain? – Spain produces roughly…

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