How Chicken and Red Wine Can Go Great Together

By Brian Lemay 19 comments

– Chef Daniel Eddy, Rebelle Restaurant. – Sommelier Patrick Cappielo, Rebelle Restaurant. – Very good to see you. – Good to see you. (laughs) – I see have a chicken. – We are two very very passionate individuals about chicken. – Yeah, birds. (laughs) (upbeat rockabilly instrumental music) The whole idea came, for me, in […]

Mulled Wine Recipe : Adding Fruit for Mulled Wine

By Brian Lemay 2 comments

Hi! My name is Brandon Sarkis on behalf of Expert Village. Today I’m going to show you one of my favorite alcoholic drinks to drink when it’s cold outside: mulled wine. So now you notice that the surface here is starting to ungulate a little bit and the edges looks like it’s about to come […]

Gulaschsuppe kochen (Rezept) || Goulash Soup (Recipe) || [ENG SUBS]

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Goulash Soup with Potatoes & Bell Peppers All ingredients & quantitative data are listed & linked in the infobox below. Welcome to a new video… …today I show you how to cook a delicious & hearty goulash soup… …I got beef goulash here… …about 500 grams… …that should be enough for 4 servings… …first cut […]

Macaroni Salad recipe

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Today on Sugar Spun Run, I’ll be showing you how to make my all-time favorite macaroni salad recipe. Macaroni salad is one of my favorite summer side dishes. It is so light and colorful, and it is so simple to make. The first thing you’ll need to start with is 8 ounces of macaroni noodles. […]

Korean Street Fried Chicken

By Brian Lemay 100 comments

Well folks is time to kick it old school Uh, So you can feel cool Yeah Hi guys, I’m Seonkyoung Longest. Welcome to Asian at Home, and today I’m going to show you another Korean Street food the recipe. Yes! ‘Cause you guys want it so bad! Okay, so what I’m gonna show you today […]

Rouladen Recipe Red Wine Sauce Gravy, Beef, Bacon, Tarragon Mustard

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Pounding something, Vanessa? Yeah. We’re making beef rouladen today. Okay. And we have a wonderful piece of meat here, I’ll show you, what we use. Yeah. And we cut thin slices. In Europe, the butcher slices it really really thin. Here it’s hard to get sometimes, so I pound mine a little bit. Okay. And […]

How To Cook Oxtails – Easy Oxtails and Gravy Recipe

By Brian Lemay 42 comments

what everybody this is Lyle no hippie BBQ when every Megan today is gonna be some southern style braised oxtails this recipe is in collaboration with another YouTube channel that many of you guys already follow name of that channel is daddy cooks I’m gonna leave a link to that channel not part of both […]

Spaghetti & Meatballs | Gennaro Contaldo | #MyFoodMemories | AD

By Brian Lemay 100 comments

Hi lovely people. Today I’m going to make Spaghetti with meatballs. This is one of the dish my father used to make. What a memory, never forget. It was the flavour of the Parmesan and the garlic inside. They used to fried all these lovely meatballs. So I have here 250 grams of pork. 250 […]

How to Pair Wine and Pizza

By Brian Lemay 7 comments

– I’m Patrick Cappiello from Pearl & Ash restaurant, and, today we’re gonna talk about pizza and wine. Pizza’s a pretty common occurrence in most people’s lives, definitely in mine. It’s one of my favorite takeout foods to get, and, oftentimes we just wind up going with beer or Coca Cola or something real simple. […]

How To Tell If Your Wine Is Corked

By Brian Lemay 3 comments

– I’m Patrick Cappiello from Rebelle restaurant in New York City. Today I’m gonna teach you how to determine if a wine is corked. (upbeat music) So a corked bottle of wine is probably one of the most confusing and dangerous things for consumers. And I think often it’s confused as to what it actually […]