Time to learn to cook

Restaurant Favorites Throughout Thailand
-And favorite recipes and recipe requests-
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Time to learn to cook

Post by Trongpai » Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:44 am

With so many restaurants closing temporary and permanently in these troubled times it's becoming necessary to cook. For some that might be an unfamiliar endeavor. Here are my two favorite U-Tube cooking channels:


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClkx9u ... ButdkI3exA

It's not fancy haute cuisine and not complicated cooking. Most of the ingredients are easily found in Thailand. It covers the basics and you can modify to your own tastes.

I watch the food channel also and I see a lot of new trend USA cooking and it does not appeal to me. Too many ingredients heaped on a plate in an untidy manner.

Two older pre U Tube day cooking shows that I liked were 'Two Fat Ladies' and 'The Galloping Gourmet' I still cook some of things from those old shows.

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Re: Time to learn to cook

Post by Gaybutton » Wed Mar 25, 2020 1:06 pm

Trongpai wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:44 am
Here are my two favorite U-Tube cooking channels
You picked my 2 favorites. I've been watching and making the recipes shown by Chef John from Foodwishes and Jack Chaplin for years. They are both very entertaining to watch even if you're not going to be cooking anything. If I follow their recipes, whatever I'm making always comes out just the way I hoped.

They both make it easy to make some of the recipes I had always thought much too complex for me. And they both have many recipes I had never heard of.

If you're going to do any cooking on your own and if you're not a trained chef, I highly recommend both.

For Foodwishes, his YouTube channel is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRIZtP ... Xc9btSTQNw

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