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The Urban Rajah demonstrates his recipe for Masala Whitebait, terrifically tasty, skimmed with whole spice and deliciously quick. A feature at his pop up restaurant Cash n Curry. For this and more spiced and Indian recipes visit urbanrajah.com
Eggs Benedict is a classic choice for brunch or breakfast in bed. But for the less-experienced cook, it can be fraught with peril: poaching eggs, making a hollandaise sauce...a recipe for disaster? Not with Fine Cooking at your side! Watch our intrepid cook's adventures as he embarks on the ultimate mission: a surprise breakfast in bed for his wife.
2 tsp. white wine vinegar
8 large eggs
2 Tbs. salted butter, softened
4 English muffins, split in half
Eight 1/4-inch-thick rounds of Canadian bacon
1 recipe Hollandaise Sauce
Pinch of paprika, for garnish (optional)
Thinly sliced fresh chives, for garnish (optional)
Pour enough water into a 10- to 12-inch skillet so that it’s three-quarters full. Add the vinegar and bring to a simmer over medium-high heat. Gently break the eggs into the water around the edge of the skillet, which will help keep the eggs together. Lower the heat to medium low and simmer until the eggs are just set, about 3 minutes; the yolks should still be runny. (Alternatively, add the eggs to the simmering water, turn off the heat, cover the skillet, and let them sit for 4 to 5 minutes.) Remove the eggs from the skillet with a slotted spoon and set aside on a warm paper-towel-lined plate. If the eggs have any feathery edges, you can trim them if you like.
Meanwhile, toast and butter the muffin halves.
Heat a 10-inch skillet over medium-high heat and cook 4 slices of the bacon, flipping once, until heated through and browned in spots, about 1 minute per side. Transfer to a large plate and repeat with the remaining slices.
To serve, put two muffin halves on a warm plate, top each with a slice of the bacon and a poached egg, and spoon over about 1/4 cup of the hollandaise sauce. Garnish with a sprinkle of paprika and some chives (if using). Repeat with the remaining ingredients and serve immediately.
Produced by John Craig Ross and Sarah Breckenridge,
DP John Craig Ross
Original Music by James Sizemore
After Effects by Michael Amaditz
Special Appearance by Brian Murphy
The Urban Rajah demonstrates his recipe for Clucking Good Tandoori Chicken, fantastically healthy, quick, simple and utterly delicious. A favourite at his pop up restaurant Cash n Curry. For this and more spiced and Indian recipes visit urbanrajah.com
The Geeky Chef Promo // Chef Dan Tran
Working with Dan was a blast, he's got to be one of the most kinetic people you could be around. Having cooked alongside culinary greats in Michelin three-star award restaurants, Dan is now starring in a new cooking show, The Geeky Chef, a web series in which he re-imagines, develops, experiments, and ultimately creates the perfect dish. Each episode will feature one of America's favorite dishes including steak, the fish taco, hamburgers, chicken wings, deep dish pizza, etc.
The goal of the show is to show you how to perfectly recreate the dishes at home and to learn Dan's unique culinary tips and tricks along the way. Viewers will learn how to use common household items for cooking in ways they never thought possible. How will a hair dryer help you make a better cake? How will bobby pins play a part in making the most amazing chicken wings? Stay tuned for Dan's new cooking series, The Geeky Chef, coming soon.
What we loved about this piece is that it was filmed in 1 day, about 8 hours, with 2 cinematographers, 2 assistant cinematographers / pa, and an AD. The dedicated crew really made everything possible. As filmmakers, we were able to really focus-in on imagery and storytelling.
client: Chef Dan Tran
agency: Toy Aquarium Productions
art director: cyndi
cinematographers: casey, tritia, derek, jo
special thanks to the 88beluga team for their help on this shoot.
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In a genuine and old bakery, a master baker is ready to cooking 140 units of his masterpiece, meat cake from Murcia (Spain), pastel de carne murciano.
A timelapses with 1.850 photos and 74 seconds captured the moment with the master baker.
vimeo.com/80185376 Shot this little piece for christmas 2013 - happy baking time ;)