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Pork Laureate – Porcellum Laureatum – Ancient Roman Saturnalia Recipe

Pork Laureate – Porcellum Laureatum – Ancient Roman Saturnalia Recipe

Welcome to our kitchen. Today we prepare an ancient Roman pork roast. A flavorful and aromatic roast with bay laurel leaves and berries. We start with the ingredients. We need pork (we are using pork collar), olive oil, garum (we’ll talk later about it), red wine, raisin wine, and the spices: asafoetida, long pepper, caraway, …

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Everything About SHAWARMA:Street Food Sandwich, New Recipes, Preparation, Secrets, No-Garlic Chicken

Everything About SHAWARMA:Street Food Sandwich, New Recipes, Preparation, Secrets, No-Garlic Chicken

Where am I? I’m in the kitchen, there is Shawarma behind me stay tuned and watch how the Shawarma is made many people ask how do they do the Shawarma I always say that I can’t eat chicken Shawarma cos it has garlic in it today I’m going to be with chef Charbel so we …

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Ultimate Holiday Magic Kingdom Food Challenge: Trying All Of The Disney Treats

Ultimate Holiday Magic Kingdom Food Challenge: Trying All Of The Disney Treats

– Are we doing it? Didn’t you tell me yesterday that you could see my gray hairs? I’m still thinking about it. (laughs) Hi everyone we’re here at Magic Kingdom, some of you have been asking for it for a really long time. We’re here specifically today for a Christmas episode. I know, maybe you …

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Chef Marcus Samuelsson Feasts on Some of Queens’ Best Guyanese Food — No Passport Required

Chef Marcus Samuelsson Feasts on Some of Queens’ Best Guyanese Food — No Passport Required

– [Cooky] 38 please, number 38! – [Marcus] I’m 38! – 38, come on up sir. – [Marcus] You gotta be fast, you gotta be fast! (laughing) – [Cooky] Welcome to Sybil’s! – Thank you very much. So let me have a Guyanese chicken patty. – [Cooky] That’s that. – Woo! – Tell me what …

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Unfolding the potential of indigenous food cultures: Claus Meyer at TEDxCopenhagen 2012

Unfolding the potential of indigenous food cultures: Claus Meyer at TEDxCopenhagen 2012

Translator: Jenny Lam-Chowdhury Reviewer: Tanya Cushman Thank you very much. I want to share with you the idea that great taste is not just a source of joy, but also a matter of love, and maybe, an instrument to improve life. I’m from a part of the world where ascetic doctors and Prussian priests have …