How-ToEpicurious challenges coffee expert Dillon Edwards of Parlor Coffee to guess which coffee is more expensive. Edwards breaks down roasts (dark roast vs light roast), processing, freshness, varietals, and source. For each element, the connoisseur looks at and tests each coffee before guessing which coffee costs more. Once the prices are revealed, Edwards explains why a specific coffee costs more and dives into specifics on how each coffee is made.
How-ToTo gain the power of their enemies. Sure, the enemies may be vegetables, but no dip is made without a proper battle. 50 people feel the fury as they peel deeper, beyond the petals, into the Valhalla of the artichoke. Like the knives you see in this video? Grab your own set at https://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store/brand/epicurious/4589/?ta=typeahead&ml=v2
How-ToEpicurious challenges knife expert Geoff Feder to guess which knife is more expensive. Feder breaks down paring knives, chef knives, boning knives, and serrated knives. For each type, the connoisseur looks at and tests each knife before guessing which knife costs more. Once the prices are revealed, Feder explains why a specific knife costs more and dives into specifics on how each knife is made. Thank you to federknives.com Check out the Damascus Knife: maumasifirearts.com
How-ToEven people who can't cook can make scrambled eggs, right? Sure. But here we're going to show you how to make them delicious.
How-ToSome food chores really shuck, but at least you can work your way up to kernal. 50 people work through this hairy husk in attempt to take corn off the cob. Because obviously that's how we all want to eat corn.../sideeye
How-ToWatch as Epicurious Special Projects Editor Adina Steiman and Fit Men Cook’s Kevin Curry navigate the aisles of the country's best and most unique supermarkets and specialty stores.
How-ToOne day, you will be in a market, and you will pass the coconuts. They will grab your attention. You'll say to yourself, "I'm going to buy this coconut." You settle at the register, and bring your groceries home. You put most of them away. As you hold up that last item, you will ask yourself: "Why did I buy this coconut?" At least we can help answer how to open it!
How-ToEpicurious challenges chocolate expert Amy Guittard of Guittard Chocolate Company to guess which chocolate is more expensive. Guittard breaks down baking chips (aka chocolate chips), white chocolate, dark chocolate, and cocoa powder. For each type, the connoisseur looks at and taste tests each chocolate before guessing which chocolate costs more. Once the prices are revealed, Guittard explains why a specific chocolate costs more and dives into specifics on how each chocolate is prepared.
How-ToIt's time to get lost in the supermarket again! This time, Adina tours through 99 Ranch Market, one of the largest Asian supermarket chains in the United States!
How-ToWait, hold on. I thought a vinaigrette was when you mix hot sauce with ranch dressing. Watch, as fifty people demonstrate better kitchen skills than the video description copywriter for a food blog!
How-To"Can you imagine if these were hot peppers" WE DID IT plz enjoy and don't forget to wash your hands before heading to the bathroom...
How-ToKnifemaker Will Griffin of W.A. Griffin Bladeworks shows Epicurious how to choose the best Chef's Knife for your culinary needs. The bladesmith provides an overview of the differences between carbon steel and stainless steel, blade shape, blade thickness, blade length, double bevel vs single bevel, hidden tang vs full tang handles, knife balance, and much more. Griffin Bladeworks is in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Notable knife brands used include Wüsthof, Tesshu, and Korin's Togiharu line.
How-ToHow do you even handle one of these safely? Watch, as we softly encourage 50 people to carefully deconstruct one of our favorite fruits!
How-ToEpicurious challenged meat expert Elias Cairo of Olympia Provisions to guess which one of two deli meats was more expensive. Cairo breaks down cuts of salami, ham, bologna, mortadella, hot dogs, sausages, and prosciutto. For each round of deli meats, Cairo visually scans, smells, and taste tests each meat before guessing which deli meat costs more. Once the prices were revealed, Cairo explains why a specific deli meat costs more and dives into specifics on how each deli meat is prepared.