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The Amazing Art of Bread Baking in Tajikistan

From National Geographic, this is how traditional, homemade Tajik non is baked in a tanur oven in Kumsangir, Tajikistan. Round and flat, it's a huge part of meals in Tajikistan, where many areas are non-arable, and "w...

How To Make Mini Donut Cookies – SweetAmbs

Cookies that look like mini donuts! Cookie decorating artist Amber Spiegel demonstrates how to make these bite-size desserts look like donuts, crullers, cinnamon buns, and more thanks to the detail that she puts into ...

The Bread Kitchen: How to make 3- 4- 5- 6- 7- 8- & 9-Strand Braids

How do bakers braid or plait those intricately-woven loaves of bread that we've seen at the bakery? Perhaps surprisingly, braiding bread is pretty simple in concept and can be simply made with some practice, as demons...

Lemon bars with olive oil and sea salt

Savory, tart, bitter, and sweet from The New York Times: Melissa Clark demonstrates how to make lemon bars with a sophisticated twist by adding olive oil and flaky sea salt. She writes: My mother wasn’t a baker, b...

Foraging Seaweed: Harvesting a French Coastal Superfood

Cristelle Maine walks along the rocky beaches of Brittany, France during the low tides to harvest a French coastal superfood: seaweed. In this Foodie video, she forages for fresh algae blades, explaining (in French wi...

How To Decorate Cookies To Look Like Fall Leaves – SweetAmbs

Learn how to transform sugar or spice cookies into multi-colored, gold-dusted fall leaves with Pastry Chef Amber Spiegel at SweetAmbs Cookies. So autumnal! Even if don't make them exactly like this, the tutorial is fu...

Recipe Lab: How to make a Caramelized Apple Tarte Tatin

From Recipe Lab by Julia Moskin, learn how to make a delicious Caramelized Apple Tarte Tatin, also known as Foolproof Tarte Tatin, "a gloriously simple but often misunderstood French confection of apples, caramel and ...

Every Happy Thing: How to make macarons with cute faces

Let's travel to a kitchen in Tokyo, Japan to learn how to make ridiculously adorable macarons with YouTuber and mom Hockie of Every Happy Thing. Yum! (*´ڡ`* )

TED Ed: The chemistry of cookies

The baker as mad scientist? Your nose as a sensitive scientific instrument? The physical and chemical transformation of warm and gooey baked goods? Your next batch of cookies will be even more...

Ray Harryhausen’s Mother Goose Stories (1946)

Mother Goose Stories was made in 1946 by pioneering stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen. Distributed to schools, it includes Little Miss Muffet, Old Mother Hubbard, The Queen of Hearts, and ...

Artisan biscuit maker Ellie Davies makes illustrated biscuits

Artisan biscuit maker Ellie Davies is featured in this short by Two Friends. After just a glimpse of a few of her incredible illustrated gingerbread cookies, you’ll understand why. Watch more dessert decorat...

Asparagus-Stuffed Semolina Gnocchi Casserole

In this first episode of Kitchen Vignettes from PBS Food, asparagus is picked fresh from the garden and then dances on a cutting board before becoming a delicious Asparagus-Stuffed Semolina ...

Elephantine: How to make Mall Pretzels

Elephantine’s Rachel Ball shows us how to make pretzels. And yes! There’s a recipe included. 

Elephantine: Pineapple Upside-down Cake

Elephantine's Rachel Ball makes a pineapple upside-down cake, recipe included.

Olive Us: How to Make Snoball Cookies

Maude, Olive, and Betty of Olive Us make Snoball Cookies with the help of filmmakers Tiger in a Jar. You can find the recipe here.

The Cook’s Atelier: Raspberry Tart

Raspberry Tart, another video treat prepared by mother/daughter team Marjorie Taylor and Kendall Smith Franchini of The Cook’s Atelier in Burgundy, France, and filmed by Matt and Julie of Tiger in a Jar. The recipe is...

Olive Us: How to Visit a French Bakery

How to Visit a French Bakery by Olive Us, in which Olive, Betty, and Ralph visit La Huche à Pain in Écouché, France to learn about some of the different beautiful pastries you might find in a traditional French pâtiss...

Behind the scenes at Tartine Bread

This Chronicle Books video features Chad Robertson, co-owner of Tartine Bakery in San Francisco, and the author of Chronicle’s Tartine Bread, published in 2010:   To Chad, bread is the foundation of a meal, ...

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