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How to cook Spanish Tapas: cookery lesson by award-winning chef

So, something about chopping, why chefs never cut themselves, well, hardly ever… you don’t want to be going like that. What is the origin of the word tapas? It comes from when you had a drink in the summer and there were lots of flies around in the heat and you put a little piece…

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Peanut Butter Cup Cupcakes – Recipe Review – brutalfoods

[New York-y jazz] Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of BrutalFoods. My name is Ian and it’s time I let you guys know about my crippling addiction to jars. Over the past few years I have amassed a large collection of jars. There’s jars in the bedroom, jars in the living room, so…

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Cookery lesson: How to preserve lemons

So these are preserved lemons that I made last year and you make them by packing them into a jar very tightly with salt and spices and lemon juice. And what you get is a very floppy malliable piece of lemon and you don’t eat the pulp you take that off and this is the…

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River Cottage Cookery School Vlog

Hi guys, this week I had a lovely day at River Cottage. On arrival we were led into this yurt which was lovely and cosy and then we were fed delicious canapés. And the kitchen team were already in the kitchen. They were getting ready for lunch because they made us a lovely meal later…

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How to Make Butter – The Victorian Way

Ah, morning Fanny. Good morning, Mrs Crocombe! I think I’d like some butter with herbs. Of course, would you prefer parsley or…thyme? I think thyme. – Of course. Thank you dear. – Thank you, Mrs Crocombe. Good day. Oh I do so like it when Mrs Crocombe comes to visit me here in the dairy…

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Tasty Side Salad from Kerryann’s Family Cookbook

Right a simple, basic side salad. A classic family staple, it’s easy it’s affordable it goes with pretty much anything and it’s beautiful. I’ve got all my ingredients over here and I’ve got a nice big bowl over here which I’m going to put it in, going to dress it in and then I’m going…

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How to dice, slice and chop onions: cooking lesson

Basic skills. How to dice and slice an onion. The way you hold your knife, be confident with it and hold it nearer the blade, if you hold it near the end, you don’t have control. So the action is almost like a sawing action so the tip of your knife doesn’t really leave the…

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How to Make Tapioca Pudding | Classic Old Fashioned Homemade Tapioca Pudding

hey guys today I’m going to be showing you how to make a good old-fashioned classic tapioca pudding and I’m gonna be using Bob’s Red Mill small pearl tapioca I really like this um tapioca pearl I’ve tried other ones and I just have not had that’s the bug and I’m also going to be…

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Wholemeal bread with seeds!

In larger bowl pour whole wheat flour. Add ground flax. Rye flour. Add buckwheat flour. Add bran. Add salt. Add baking soda. Add minced sesame and pumpkin seeds. Add whole seeds of flax and sesame seeds. In a small bowl crumble the yeast. Add flour and a teaspoon of sugar. Pour warm water and mix….

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Why a Raw Soup is a Better than a Salad & How to Create Your Own Raw Soup Recipe

This is John Kohler with OKRAW.com. I have another exciting episode for you. I’m here in Las Vegas, Nevada and I’m outside Pure Health, a health food store that sells mostly supplements. They have a nice raw food section and many of the supplements they sell are different than the ones you find at most…

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