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I love that Andrew started as a co-host to “Worth It” on accident and he ended up becoming this huge food connoisseur!! Great video!
I think that he kinda is a food connoisseur all along considering he has a brother who is a professional cook/chef
Food connoisseur perfect Description
He probably thought oh this is just a casual thing and boom! A foodie was born
This dish probably costs an arm and a leg. But seeing how much thought and effort it goes into it you can say it's, come on, say it with me, "Worth it." But, seriously, this is art meets food. I would love to see more videos like this. Unique dishes and the explanation of them. They don't have to come from high end restaurants. But they have to be unique.
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is this a new series?? i love it it really puts the makers of the food at the forefront. like- the details normally people who eat will gloss over or cannot articulate. more nerdy details in food!!!🎉
I love this video concept! There is not a lot of content on UA-cam that goes over very intentional dishes like these with this much detail, I'd definitely like to see this continue as a series!
got dam that dish is beautiful,but i definitely don't miss cooking like that lol
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I really wish I could go to this restaurant and try this. It's really great to see a cook who is open to explaining the details of what they do, and isn't protective about it.
I don't know if this is a proper series, but it needs to be for sure. It doesn't say everything about the dish, but shows what goes behind doing it, small details that one might not think about. Superb.
The bitterness comes from the ends, usually the blossom end of the cucumber and is a result of not watering properly.
That b roll shot of the 'smelling of the coriander's was hilarious, that reaction is all I needed.
You should get Amaury Guichon on the show , he creates masterpieces. Would love his and Andrew’s interaction .
Love this video style! After learning how much time and attention to detail went into making this dish, seeing Andrew eating it in a denim shirt and t-shirt felt a little underdressed though 😂
This was great fun! Do more of these!
would LOVE to see more of these videos. i'm thinking about that banana dish in one of the Worth It episodes(or is it About to Eat?) where they break down all the components of the fruit to make the dish.
Maude is in Beverly Hills and is such a lovely experience, worth every penny!
U didnt mention it Andrew, but Im gonna tell u that I LOVE this kinda content/video format so keep them coming! The best way to appreciate food is to understand how it's made and the meticulous attention to detail behind the conception of the dish. Show us more nerdy details of masterpieces please! ❤❤❤
Wow, this was a great video! Loved the grandma plates, that's just so endearing.
I'm curious what other dishes can be made using jicama, seems like a really nice root vegetable(?)
Fascinating! As a lifetime consumer of Nopalitos, it absolutely thrills me to see them served in such an elevated fashion!
Wow, this dish sounds so absolutely full of love and expertise.
Really loved this! Please make this a series, it’s fascinating and so lovely to see the chefs and the process highlighted
Loved this video! This dish is so creative & beautiful ❤
Ah this is so beautiful. It really makes you believe in the cooking is an art adage.
To be honest, I waited the whole video for the point, where Andrew made the dish himself - and was confused at the end. Anyway - great video.
We want more videos like this!
that dish and this series are really neat!
Oh how I'd love to work with such standard of quality... I've worked at a 5 star hotel in my hometown (Nairobi Kenya) but we don't have access to such ingredients and I'm very curious as a chef to work with such and bring out such finesse 👌
Love this format, please do it again!
This is amazing. I love the attention to detail.
What a video. Wow. Absolutely amazing experience.
Seeing Andrew‘s Shirt made me wanna use my Steamer again 😂
omg that looks so good, and here I am with my toasted grocery toast and a banana
I wanted to say this is an absolutely cool concept of a video. Loved the intimate nature of going over the restaurant and like the whole line of thought that went into this dish. I'm so disappointed I can't find an aguachile to order by me to get a taste reference before I try to make it but I think at this point I got to bite the bullet and try to make one.
I like this idea very much, but it rides the line between being informative and specific vs. feeling too much like an ad. For this video it worked, but something that was kinda in the back of my mind.
May we please learn more about the whys in restaurants?
I like this format 💜
Wow no sea food or chiltepin in the dish.Makes me wonder about the taste.
Please do a recreation or breakdown of Will Horowitz's Radish Prosciutto!
jicama on Indonesia its bengkoang sweet juicy and refreshing and crunchy it eats raw or add sweet and spicy sauce
I have to say, that dish looked suuppperr appetizing. The eye to detail is incredible, it almost makes it look more satiating despite the quantity .
This was phenomenal to watch
*Looks at my bowl of cereal*Sigh...
Huge bummer that this video isn’t getting more views :(
I loved this
More videos like this please!
0:58 I kept hearing "This dish I hate" and I was so very confused
When they arrange the sesame seed one by one for the cactus cracker, I think they really over pretentious. There are better way to use time in kitchen than to spend so much time over appearances. I thought cutting stuff into diamond already too much
Does anybody knows what watch is Andrew wearing? He has such good taste when it comes to watches…. I know, weird question to ask on a food oriented channel but hey, I can’t be the only watch enthusiast around here…
I love how they are being precise and spending so much time for small details and making an amazing dish 😍
Why are simple dishes so expensive? Because they are not simple or cheap. The labor in those 2 crackers could buy a box of Ritz.
that’s one of the best videos I’ve ever seen
continue these series please
I love this video!
Sokka-“ Cactus juice!!!”
How’s Worth It? New season coming up anytime soon or naw? TBH one of the best most finest series in youtube!
How’s it going guys
guys, when can I see the new worth it episode???
i love this channel so much
This video concept is cool but it's still so absurd to me to discover that Americans see Curtis Stone as a serious name in the culinary world and not an out-of-touch dude in the Coles commercials who makes questionable contributions to Taste (or, possibly, has questionable recipes put to his name whether they are his or not).
I don't know that we do? For one, most don't know who he is unless they're dialed into food news - if thry do, he's seen as a celebrity chef on par with, like, Bobby Flay. Just a guy who does a lot of Food Network shows and brand deals. 🤷🏽♀️
Okay I'm interested in this
Why haven’t you addressed the Beryl situation?
Nice synthesis!I would 100% engineer something to make those manual processes less tedious but still high quality. (arranging the sesame seeds + orientation for example)
@F 20 No, it would make something great accessible to more people.
If a machine did it it would lose its significance ie your perfectly round McDonald’s pattie
When A.T.E. is spelled -- S.U.B.L.I.M.E.
We all know whats coming...How i cooked 10 pounds of cactus
Hi could you do food truck worth it style
Make it a series
I love About To Eat, but whenever I see plating with tweezers... 🙄
"hi excuse me, could i have another couple crackers?"
That’s myyyyyyy TIOoOoOOoOoOooOoO❤🎉
all that to say...'pretty good' lmao
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Hey that guy was on the new iron chef!
When you guys are going to make biriyani?
Complimenting all the talk about how much care goes into that aguachile dish, I really like how when the credits flash through the names, it matches up with the beat of the music! It ends the video very elegantly
ok but is the chef a sociopath.. 😅 i would be scared to work with him.
That is one expensive cracker.
Lmao that is an Adam Ragusea thumbnail
Seeing the craftsmanship and authenticity in this dish while elevating to its own product and presentation is amazing.
l o v e
what a commercial
Now that you guys have had a long long break to contemplate your next move… y’all WILL be offering an apology to Beryl, right???
i can't stop thinking about that guy who called them "nope-ales" the whole video
That’s how you say it.
So many details.....
And beautifully executed
Pretentious over-priced BS.
i think it’s beautiful how much attention to detail this restaurant is committed to. Cooking is an art as much as it is something for you to eat.
@F 20 So by your “logic”, the only way someone can find it overpriced and pretentious is if they don’t have a certain level of money?? There’s no logic there sweetie. None.
If you think it’s overpriced and pretentious, you’re not rich enough to eat there 😂 keep eating your McDonald’s bud
Compared to Ingas videos: Boring and shallow