I am a big TV watcher and a big foodie. So the shows that you can typically find me watching are cooking shows or food competition shows. It is a staple of late night watching or late Sundays mornings. I have watched so many that I find myself talking to the TV about what I would have done and/or correcting the competitors. I mean it looks easy enough on my TV screen. I think anyone in my family could give those guys a run for their money especially in something we do everyday. Well, Netflix decided to test home cooks against top restaurant chefs in Australia.
Fortune Cookies are a beloved item at many Chinese restaurant at the end of your meal. The sharp crack of the outer shell followed by the sweet crunch of the cookie are some of the most distinguished features of the fortune cookie. However, what people are most excited by when cracking open this sweet treat?
It seems like every cookbook or recipe box has the same version of the classic American dessert recipes. So how do you spice up or change such classic recipes to make them special or reimagined?
I recently heard a lot of rave reviews for a cook book called The Baking Bible by Rose Beranbaum. At first glance, the book is very European inspired even using European measurements for the ingredients. So, I decided to put it to the test by selecting 3 random recipes with varying levels of difficulties from the book.
This critically acclaimed show featured on Netflix brings these stories to life with each episode exploring the life of one famous chef and their work.
Who likes cakes, breads, and pastries? A pinch of British drama? Tune in and drool over all the sweet creations. Just click the image to read on!