DrinkingIn this episode of 'Price Points,' Epicurious challenges whiskey expert Heather Greene to guess which one of two whiskies is more expensive. Heather breaks down Scotch, rye, Irish, Bourbon and Japanese whiskey before making her guesses! Heather Greene is a whiskey author/expert and partner at Ben Milam Whiskey: www.benmilamwhiskey.com
PeopleEverybody can identify the basic shellfish -- lobster, shrimp, crab, etc. But who here knows what a langoustine is? How about a geoduck clam? We put 50 people to the test and challenge them to try identify various exotic shellfish.
PeopleYou may not have guessed it, but every 'Kids Try' video to this point was a test to see which kids demonstrated a sophisticated understandings of complex dishes and showed a strong, yet subtle vocabulary for all things culinary. Now these kids face their greatest challenge yet: guessing if cookies are homemade or store-bought. Are they up to the task?
How-ToWhen chopping lettuce, what is more important: speed or accuracy? In the case of some of these people, just being able to identify the vegetable would be a good start. Watch as 50 people attempt to chop, cut and, in some cases, tear up a head of iceberg lettuce.
How-ToIn this episode of 'Price Points', Epicurious challenges vinegar expert Michael Harlan Turkell, to guess which one of two vinegars is more expensive. Michael breaks down white wine, apple cider, balsamic and rice vinegar before making his guesses! Michael Harlan Turkell is the author of 'Acid Trip', available here: https://www.abramsbooks.com/acidtrip
How-ToButternut squashes are notoriously difficult to prepare for cooking. Watch as 50 people try to peel, open, cut and deseed a butternut squash!
How-ToGrilled cheeses are that after school snack that so many of us grew up with, but what makes a truly perfect grilled cheese? And what kind of cheese is the absolute best? Watch as 50 people attempt to make a melty, buttery, crispy grilled cheese!
PeopleWatch as kids try and react to some of the most famous foods from children's books, including Green Eggs and Ham, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Dragons Love Tacos, Winnie-the-Pooh, Curious George Goes to a Chocolate Factory, The Giant Jam Sandwich, The Gruffalo and The Monster Who Ate My Peas.
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to some of the most famous foods from video games, including shield potions from Fortnite, power pellets from Pac-Man, mushrooms from Super Mario Bros, cake from Portal, carrots from Minecraft, irradiated mac & cheese from Fallout, gummy bear pancakes from The Sims, wall turkey from Castlevania, venison jerky from The Oregon Trail and sweet rolls from Skyrim.
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to some of the most iconic amusement park foods, including candy apples, chocolate covered bacon, corn dogs, turkey legs, fried dough, and more. This video is presented to you by Samsung.
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to 100 years of school lunches! Which decade featured boiled steak in school lunches? When were kids routinely served liver loaf?
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to some of the most famous foods from cartoons, including Butterbeer from Harry Potter, dessert pasta from Elf, steamed buns from Kung Fu Panda, ratatouille from Ratatouille and more.
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to some of the most famous foods from cartoons, including krabby patties from Spongebob Squarepants, d'oh-nuts from The Simpsons, canned spinach from Popeye, roasted chicken from Tom and Jerry, dino ribs from The Flintstones, fruitcake from Peppa Pig, peanut butter and sauerkraut sandwiches from The Loud House, fish tacos from Rocket Power, Chimicherrychanga from My Little Pony and strawberry shortcake from Strawberry Shortcake.