Horecatrends | Tips for Culinary videos worth watching – week 46
YouTube is a great source for inspiration for trend spotting. On a daily base, thousands of clips are being uploaded, and we decided to start with a weekly column of personal selections. This week a top 3 of culinary videos worth watching, based on the interests of Mike Adam, one of our writers. With this week videos about a sublime way to cook your burgers, a Korean Barbeque restaurant with a Michelin star in New York and about a sea food feast of $1.500 in China!
Legendary Sushi Chef Masa Invented a New Way to Cook Burgers | By Prime Time, Eater
Serving hamburgers, back to basic! The hamburger remains a guilty pleasure, also to me. Despite the many efforts I did to find the perfect burger, I never even came close. That was one of the reason I was so excited about the new technique in the clip above. Legendary sushi chef Masa explains in this YouTube video how he cooks his special burgers and how you could serve them. No difficult garnish, just pure flavours. At least it inspired me to pursue my search for the perfect burger. Check out the video above.
America’s Only Michelin-Starred Korean Barbecue Has an In-House Dry Aging Room — K-Town | By Eater
In the summer of 2017, Korean Stakehouse Coté opened its doors in New York. The first Korean barbequing restaurant that has been crowned with a Michelin star. Partly due to the fact that the restaurant possesses its own dry aging room for the meat their serve. As a chef and foodie, I get extremely curious when I notice these kinds of restaurants. They have an eye for quality, but also offer an interesting concept. Traditional Korean food but, high quality and the Korean barbequing method that’s done by the guest itself, in addition. An approachable way to introduce your guests to the Korean kitchen.
Do you want to learn more about the concept and the traditions that go with it, before you fly all the way to New York? Than try this link for an instruction video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08z5TjqtmCM
INSANE Chinese Seafood – $1500 Seafood FEAST in Guangzhou, China – 10 KG BIGGEST Lobster + KING Crab | By the Food Ranger
In the end of October, The Food Ranger was in Guangzhou, China. He visited one of China’s biggest seafood markets in the world. In the market is a restaurant, where you can get your fresh catch cooked immediately. As a huge fan of seafood I really loved this clip and the gigantic products they demonstrated. A mouth-watering experience.
Bron: Mike Adam
Website: Van Spronsen & Partners