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I love how Andrew was begrudgingly wrangled into doing this series when Keith Habersberger stepped down, and now he's the primary host thanking Steven for joining him.
@Tzipora Sklar if you watch the episode( I think there was only one or two?) Steven is a little immature and clingy, imo. It’s not as if Keith does not have some of the same qualities. Seemed as if Keith was just bugged and annoyed, but who knows.
@Lisa M. does anyone know why though? I also feel like he doesn’t like Zach from the try guys as well.
Keith could not stand Steven
Keith was pretty mean to Steve. Whether he didn't feel comfortable around him, or didn't like Steven's energy or what, he was mean. I started to find Keith a bit annoying after that. Adam, Andrew, and Steve make a great team! But question is, now that Steve is apart of the new channel - Watcher (alongside Ryan and Shane), will there be more Worth It episodes? Worth It and Unsolved were the only series keeping buzzfeed afloat I feel.
I love how Andrew is just casually explaining the last dish to Wolfgang Puck himself
@SuWoopSparrow must be nice if the story was true 🤷♂️
@Adrian G Must be nice to have worked with Gennaro.
To be perfectly honest he doesn't need to know everything. I used to work for Jamie Olivier and Genaro Contaldo used to pop down often to create some last-minute special dishes for us to put on the menu. I bet Jamie had no bloody clue what was in those dishes, because they used to come and go from the menu a lot and were usually very seasonal. And he wasn't in his own restaurants daily because he had like 10+ of them at the time I used to work there. So yeah if Wolfgang has a great team he trusts he doesn't need to know what's on the menu.
Peak foodie dream
So this is probably my new favorite worth it episode. I'd like to point out a few things that made this episode particularly awesome:-Full meals instead of single dishes: An experience that is generally much more comprehensive in a restaurant, as many places design their menus around the way different courses play with each other. I would definitely love to see more episodes with them in the future!-Tasting menus: I know they're expensive, but the best restaurants out there make some insane tasting menus with all kinds of crazy flavors, textures and presentations in every dish. Seeing the crew experience one like this was awesome!-Andrew as a host: I freaking love Andrew. He's such a chill, honest guy who is awesome at taking the lead when it comes to these interviews with the chefs. More of him, please!-The ending with the coffee: Very heart-warming and family like way to end the episode. I wish more episodes would finish like this!-And finally: The detour at The Cheesery. You guys have already done detours like this one in the past, but I felt like this time there was a bigger focus on that detour and I honestly loved it!All in all, awesome episode, please do more like this one:)
the only reason they did full meals in this one is to give more context to the dessert specifically. the whole premise of the show is trying just three different dishes, and that shouldn't change
Yeah I wanna scope out the cheesery more than the other restaurants tbh. That seems cool as heck
The cheesery was so unique, would love to see more places like that pop up! (Please come to Toronto )
The production quality is one of a kind, soooo professional yet still charming us with the comfy vib . Truly thanks for making this serie :)
when is the next episode??
I love how Adam makes the effort of dressing nice whenever they go to the really fancy restaurants. Andrew and Steve always look out of place in their t-shirts and hoodies.
@H.S yep, perfect example.
@listedtwisted it does. Watch the sushi episode in Japan.
I figure maybe they feel awkward in formal clothes and find it affects the interview or their general vibe.
I feel like they’ve reached the peak as foodies, where they can just casually catch up with Wolfgang Puck about the dessert they’re eating in his restaurant.
This is an underrated comment and moment on this show
I don’t think they realized that was him
They are living the life. I'm so glad they're still making them even though they aren't all still at B*zzF**d.
And also the fact that they didn't even need to put Wolfgang Puck into the thumbnail to attract more viewers.They just let their meetup with Wolfgang be a normal scene in the episode and probably made it a little surprise for us.
I WAS SO SHOCKED WHEN WOLFGANG JUST SHOWED UP
You guys need to make more episodes. This is not enough. I could watch you guys every week. Honestly my favorite food show. I'm kind of sad it's the last one for now.
Seasons 1 - 6 are on hulu I've binged watched. I called asking where 7-10 were...they couldn't tell me if they were getting more seasons /episodes -
Spago Beverly Hills just screams inspiration and creativity. Probably one of the most interesting high price point restaurants in this entire series yet, and definitely one I would check out if I was rolling in the dough XD
@Simon Blitzvonic Then that makes the price even more ridiculous.
@Ellie5621 Tasting Menu....the point is to be able to try a large variety of the menu and experience what the chefs have to offer. Then, if you ever go back, you can now go in for the larger al a carte options.
As amazing as the food looks there’s just no way I could enjoy it knowing what I was paying for one little slice of duck meat or one or two bites of this or that. The portion sizes are utterly ridiculous.
Oh, please do a Europe Season! There is so much stuff here that would be worth it! ;) Say you make Pierogi in Poland, Paella in Spain, Sauerbraten in Germany, Onionsoup in France.... You could go on and on!! And you can find these dishes in EVERY pricerange.
I know such an amazing series with unlimited potentiao
I think a couple of videos would be better, like the Japanese one.
That would be really really expensive. They may not have the budget for an entire season traveling and filming in Europe.
Omg I'd love that
I just love this episode but am a bit sad that this season ended so quickly.I have a few suggestions for the Worth it team:1. Chicken wings2. Spicy food 3. Beach food (because summer is coming) Cheers to the Worth it team!
I've been out of the loop, will there be more?
I really like how creative the high end restaurant, Spago, was. It really felt like less they were just paying for expensive ingredients and more having a private showcasing of these artists' works. You can tell each dish has a lot of thought and care put into them from the taste to the presentation to how they work with the other dishes. She even found a way to make the S'moyster work. That feels like the kind of experience I'd want to have if I were to spend that much on a meal.
i know right!
@Joshua D'Alton I'm not saying it's not worth it. I'm saying that because they know their customers will pay, that they can put in the time and effort to do this.
I'm definitely keen on going to Spago one day. Sure it's expensive, but in terms of high-end meals (like for a special occasion, etc.) it's not going to break the bank. Like other people said, they're not just throwing gold and truffle on it and charging $1k for the sake of it. Here, you're paying for the chefs, not necessarily the ingredients. And to me that's a better investment.
@recoil53 I wouldn't call it a regular restraunt lol but... I have had a couple dinners at higher end restraunts, and it is definitely worth the pricetag for what was basically just the same food as at a regular restraunt, but with much higher quality ingredients and the taste as a result.But I haven't yet been to michelin and had the experience aspect, but I can definitely say $235 while expensive, when you compare it to other experiences you can have for that price, IDK if you are into food its definitely worth it.
Very much this. Going from average restraunt to higher end (but not michelin) you do pay more for the quality ingredients they use not just for the process. Then with michelin and the best of the best, you pay for the quality ingredients too, but then a lot goes into the process and presentation and experience (and profit). But Spago definitely felt like they had pushed the envelope and you are getting a lot of the journey they went through to create it!
I love how Andrew manages to justify the full 3 course meal as necessary for eating dessert, with a straight face. I wonder how the budget pitch went.
Please keep making more Worth it episodes! As someone without the means to travel your show is a fantastic way to discover food everywhere. Please keep going!
Can we all appreciate the fact that these guys never disappointed us with their content 🤗 🙌
The cheesery was so unique, would love to see more places like that pop up! (Please come to Toronto 😂)
I would love to see a worth it milktea episode just to see the range and differences depending on the price - just as like a bonus episode
Yes! Me too!
This has become my favourite show and definitely my comfort show when I need something to watch while eating alone or something to entertain me while I’m doing anything food related 👌❤️❤️ this show is life!
I am genuinely delighted to watch this show. It's so positive and upbeat and informative and the food, looks sooo good. Great job ATE team!
gotta love Andrew's expressions when the chef's are talking, he's got this awkward yet polite and cute smile((:
So glad I can watch this show now without being subbed to buzzfeed 😅
Lol, you never had to be subbed to buzzfeed to watch
I hope they keep it going, even with their severely lowered viewship on this lower subs channel
Subscribing to Buzzfeed? Not worth it.
1 Billion % 😎👍🏼
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I really love that the first two desserts were really homey, classic-style desserts.
Love how wolfgang puck just casually drops by, loves seeing all the different desserts across the ep. Cant wait to see more eps of worth it.
For those interested, here is what a French meal is to me:- apéritif- starter- main dish- salad- cheese- dessert- coffeeDuring posher meals, you might have more than one starter, trou (ice cream with alcohol, it's suppose to make room for more food in your stomach), digestif (think strong alcohol, not biscuits)...
The pineapple coconut upside cake was so imaginative was amazing to see with the unison of flavors and textures. The last fine dining place was insane, the vision, inspiration and effort was all combined with such expertise it looked so worth it to visit there. Sheeesssshh
Honestly it was a huge disappointment. For one, they don’t even make the pineapple upside down cake many more. It’s no longer on the menu, so I couldn’t try it. I got the strawberry shortcake instead which was a disaster. This restaurant puts a modern twist on things so my shortcake was made with a herb and lime sauce and it tasted nothing like a sweet creamy strawberry shortcake. The lunch menu was very limited and overpriced, So I just went with a Bar b Q chicken sandwich. What can go wrong, right? There was not a drop of Bar b Q sauce on my Bar b Q sandwich. It was Bar b Q seasoning only, i.e. dry rub. The location is typical LA. No parking. I would not go back and if you want real soul food in LA try Dulan’s.
@Ellie5621 Yo, sorry if this is weird. But I'm curious to know about your experience there. What was it like?
I’m on a mission to get that Pineapple upside down cake. That restaurant Alta Adams is only 25 minutes from where I live. I just never knew it existed before. It’s on.🍴
I like how Wolfgang Puck just casually shows up. Well, yeah it's his restaurant, but I didn't expect him to come up just like that.
that‘s just how the austrians are, nice and friendly hosts 😊
@fighting spirit it’s near the end of the video, at the last restaurant.
@Lemon Rinds time stamp?
I was like "did Wolfgang Puck just nonchalantly pop in? Dang"
#1 rule in publicity - stay in the public eye.
I love you guys and all of the “worth it” episodes. I would die to try that pineapple coconut upside down cake. !! Thank you for always providing awesome content and entertainment.
I binge this show so much, it’s such a comfort show for me. I adore these three and am happy to see new episodes.
Every time I go to Spain for the family reunion I have arroz con leche as dessert. It's so good. I even buy half a dozen packs of the premade stuff cause even that is good.
Thank you Adam, Steven, and the rest of the crew that makes this show. Worth It is one of my favorite shows and I can’t wait to watch more videos.
These restuarants are like a Weekly, Monthly, Yearly endeavor. El Cocinito you could eat at once a week. A go to joint. Alta Adams is a monthly treat that you splurge on with, not too often but something to really look forward too. And Spagos' is the Anniversary/Celebration place you go for that special event of the year. Some meals in your life are so good that you NEVER forget them and they change the way you experience food for the rest of your life.
I couldn't agree more.
Great way to put it!
no, you need to go to these places everyday
That’s a great view on these videos!
Thanks you guys. When I was feeling down, you brought out of the slumps, and and inspired me to cook even I was depressed. It’s also been delightful to see your friendship grow and personalities change. Thank you for bringing us on this journey.
Stop trying to be so heart warming, your gonna make my cry...
the second i saw that you could eat that oyster shell, i knew andrew was going to pick spago as his winner. i'm happy that he got to experience a sort of smoyster all over again 🙂
Just gotta say, I love, love, LOVE this series so much. So glad to have it back. I didn't realize how much I missed you guys and your weirdly calming, descriptive escapades into amazing food! There are so many foods you could explore still (like focusing on Cuban - one full episode on more traditional entrées, another whole episode focused just on Cuban sandwiches!!). Whatever you do, please never stop. 🤗❤️
I just want to say "thank you" for all the worth it episodes. Every good series must come to an end, and there are 10 season worth of restaurants that I have to try, so I will be busy for many years trying all these places! Adam, you have a really great way of reviewing and giving your opinion on things, its very honest, informative and funny. Steven you have a great energy and probably could pretty much host or be in any type of show. Adam, your production is great and your commitment to never unnecessarily wasting time on small talk will forever be impressive. Thanks for all the years of content.
I like that they ate meals at the restaurants before they ate the desserts because that is the true way to enjoy a dessert
I love your username and profile picture
I am sure they enjoyed having these wonderful meals as well! Haha
The interviews were phenomenal! I love the direction this show is going and can’t wait to see more!
I'm from one of the southernmost states of India, called Kerala and seeing the "Arroz Con Leche" just kinda surprised me to how similar our cuisine is to South American Cuisine! We have almost the same dessert recipe here called "Paal Payasam", the only difference might be the flavour as our dessert doesn't have citrus peel and cinnamon. We use Cardamom to enhance the flavour. Such a fascinating episode of Worth it! Keep up the good work guys ✌️
I wa surprised to see your reaction to the arroz con leche, because i thought that was a fish the us had as well. it is really common in Germany as well as Milchreis w/o the water and the condensed milk. really good though
Even though it was a short season, it brought me so much joy to have this show back before the year endedAlways love how you guys capture the food, stories, and artistry of the chefs who work hard bringing these dishes to life. Excited to see more!edit: id love to see a full hot pot episode!
I'm so glad this series came back even if it's only 3 episodes for now
i know this series needs more views!
What I just think is that it's better to have it that none because, I really thought Worth It will never come back anymore..
@RandomPerson1313 For all their series, BF has gone to less per season, but more seasons.
Exactly what I was going to say
I was really surprised it was only three I hope I don't have to wait a year between for just three episodes
I can’t wait to see more! I love to see how they have all changed throughout the seasons 😆
I love seeing these 3 back at it together!!!! 'Worth it' is one of my all time favorite you tube series. Stephen & Andrew are so "adult" now. I loved seeing their flashback clip. Please keep your spark gentleman. Life can be hard but this show with your love for all things food, playful banter, & kindness brings so much joy to us all!
Please never stop making this show.
This trio has special chemistry. Consider going independent, guys. Or join up on Steven's channel. Would be great to see what you could come up with.
Anyone else want to see a crab episode? The possibilities are endless: crab dip, crab cakes, crab boil, soft shell crab, crab dumplings, she-crab soup with roe - I could go on but you get the point. And of course, crab legs.
I loved loved this episode. Watching an entire meal showing the chef’s vision was fun. Thank you!
I really like this web show please don’t stop. This web food series is one ☝🏾 above the best. One’s again please don’t stop 🙌🔥🥰
That Spago dessert is insane...I'm not one that really agrees with paying insane money for a bunch of tiny bites but that looks amazing and I'd definitely try it out.
I would love to see a whole season of hole in the wall places. Places that might look like a dump from the outside but inside they serve amazing food.
Like if they went to Diners.... or Drive-Ins... or even DIVES?
They feature a hole in the wall place every show as the first stop. That's what those low price places usually are. Just watch the first section of every episode and there you go lol
That’s called Diners drive ins and dives
I was worried when the two different channels started that they collaboration would go down between those two fantastic friends but I am so happy I was wrong. This new season of worth it episodes was totally WORTH IT! It’s great to see you guys enjoying great food and meals! Looking forward to the next episodes 🥳
I’d love to see an episode about bread and one about cheese!
Steven's dirty word reaction to each Spago dish was hilarious! So damn funny! 🤣😆🤣 EDIT: Can't believe Steven didn't pick Spago after all that!
Honestly, it looks so good...i'd take the tiniest bites in order to savor it all lol
I like the new format of choosing the Worth It winners at the end with the coffee mugs in a homey setting. It resembles real life; you try a restaurant and reminisce about it at home. Hope y’all keep that moving forward 🙂
Rewatching it for the 3rd time, looking forward for season 11!!!
4:56 made me really want to see Steven's reaction to gud-wale-chawal or rock sugar rice from the Punjab region of Pakistan/India. I think for a lot of East Asians and Westerners its very confusing because its golden and almost fried but it tastes super sweet like a dessert.
Andrew Steven and Adam y’all made my teenage years and i still love your guys content
Hey guys i really miss this show !!!!!!!!Plz bring more episodes more content
man, I absolutely love these! It's so interesting and fascinating to watch the food and chefs come up with wonderful edible art. These guys are rockstars!
you could do a full cheese based dish ! There's plenty of legendary ones as well
The whole chicken episode was great. But I think this is better. Thanks to the context provided for every dessert, it feels like there is more depth to this episode.
I love when others share their recipes. I never got "Secretive" about my recipes because No1 can truly recreate a recipe unless you tell them the EXACT BRAND NAME YOU ALSO USE And exact measurements using a scale. So SHARE Give happiness and love let ppl In and let them make their own happiness with food!!!! HUGS love new ideas for recipes!!!! 🥰😍🥰😍🥰😍🥰😍
The first spot when Dan said that grandma didn’t have recipes. She just knew “this is how high you fill the pot” my soul smiled! That is the most adorable thing I’ve heard!
If you always use the same pot... that is pretty much a recipe to be honest :D
I would of never figured in having cheese as a dessert. But after watching I’m sure to give it a try. Thanks guys for another great season of Worth It, hope you guys return soon.
PLEASE make more worth it videos these make my day !
Suggestion: at the end of an episode, while choosing your favorites, make the price more of a factor in your conversation. Considering it’s a “worth it” episode I think that would make a great part of the ending conversation rather than just in the intro before anything is tasted.Excellent and fun episode as usual. Do many, many more episodes.
Or or or!! You could make a series about traditional ways of cooking/preparing ingredients that are dying out! It could help keep these practices alive by exposing their businesses to new customers and people that may be interested in doing what they can to preserve treasured traditions for future generations! I think this could be especially fitting for your audience since we’re fairly young, and it seems as though a lot of traditional arts are fading away because young people are uninformed. I can’t imagine that it’s easy for the older generations that dominate many of these dying practices to gain exposure for whatever they’re trying to preserve, especially in ways that will reach young audiences. I feel like younger generations use the internet and more global media as our primary modes for exploring the world, as opposed to learning from local sources, which makes it hard for us to hear about small businesses or local practices when we’re constantly drowning in whatever’s being thrust in our faces by the like 5 companies that own basically everything and dominate advertising.
having wolfgang show up at the end was the best finale surprise
He already appeared somewhere in the Past in a Pizza Clip I think. So they already have History :D
@David Shepler pretty sure if they don’t recognise him he would not appear in the shot…
Did they even know it was Wolfgang though?
Laughing so much at Steven's use of negative words to describe the food. 😆😆
thank you for still making this show :) I hope you two still have fun with it
Pineapple upsidedown cake is my favorite cake, hands down.
one of my favorite episodes, ever! the maturity of your palet is what has impressed me the most over the years.
The way they finessed BuzzFeed into paying for their entire meals while the three of them hang out is *chef's kiss*
You know, they are still producers and content creators for Buzzfeed right?Edit: i think only Andrew, since Steven left Buzzfeed.
@Jennevereyes.. this is still under Buzzfeed at all.. It's a sub company. It's is like company in a company. They always integrate a buzzfeed content in almost all of the videos. they compliment with each other.. Buzzfeed channels like Tasty mentions to check out ATE, then ATE would mention to check Buzzfeed like in the description.Edit: And also to add.. Steven isn't under Buzzfeed now, he's like more of a guest now. he has his own channel
If you look in the description box, there's a bunch of buzzfeed links/credits. I'm guessing they have some sort of partnership deal with buzzfeed that allows ATE to continue this series on their own channel
@Cardboard Creations They still work for buzzfeed but ATE is their channel
@Cardboard Creations It is not. They made a Q&A before and there they said ATE is their own company.
Something that i really loved was seeing you taste food that is part of my culture or the Latin American culture (the arroz con leche). Maybe something that you could do for a next season is trying foods from around the world so there's more people having that feeling of seeing you enjoying foods that we already love ✨
I've had a rough few days, coming home to watch this show made me happy. Really took my mind off of things for a bit. Thanks for making this show, it's more important than it should be lol
You shoul do gyros next pleaseeee!!
Steven at Spago 😂Also that oyster dessert was a work of art
I grew up eating arroz con leche (here in brazil it’s just called “sweet rice”) and it’s one of my favorite desserts! so simple, but SO good! Like the chef from the second restaurant I also don’t like to get dessert if the meal was great, I usually end up disappointed if they don’t put the same care and thought in the dessert as the other dishes
I Love arroz doce, came here to make the same coment the same thing
In the Philippines, we have something that's pretty similar. It's called Ginataang Mais and it has coconut milk and corn and was so good whether you had it hot or cold. But yeah, if it's not made well, it taste like a liquidy mess with bits of corn...
@Eduardo Camará I used to hate it too but condensed milk and cinnamon makes everything better
We have this in the UK too, we just call it “rice pudding” and it’s either REALLY GOOD or a sloppy, mushy mess! We clearly don’t know how to do it properly lol
In Bangladesh we have a similar dish called Payesh, the difference we add cinnamon sticks while boiling the milk then add the rice.
Congrats on getting your IP back!! Looking forward to more future seasons. Imagine adding a Collab host to this such as Mark Weins, Best Ever Food Reviews and Food Ranger.
Or Adam Richman or Andrew Zimmerman
Love this new creative pairing idea. Brings a whole new dynamic to the series!
Thanks for the video, y'all! I'm so sad this is the last one, as I love this series! I'll just keep enjoying all the other awesome content y'all are making on the side! :D
I think it’d be cool to make a show about the future of food, like maybe something about sustainable options and how we can make small changes to our eating habits at home to be more responsible. Or maybe just a show exploring new and exciting sustainable ingredients or cooking methods! It’d be neat to see y’all expose such a large, young audience to culinary practices that might play a large part in our futures. You could visit different sustainable farms or chefs or culinary engineers (is that a thing?) and show us all how some of the new sustainable food options out there are approachable and not scary.
man and i really love they expand the worth it section with these themed detour, appreciate it since the detour also fun
Keep the episode around 15 min please this is way to long
Funny, while looking at them eating the first dessert (sweet rice pudding) I was having the thought that as an asian (Malaysian) I’ve never had anything sweet with rice. It’s not traditional and nobody around makes it. And then Steven, literally spoke my mind out!! Maybe one day I’ll have a taste at sweet rice pudding dessert!
I'm so happy for these guys that they made their own channel and more importantly own brand away from buzzfeed... Worth it was singlehandedly keeping buzzfeed afloat and now they are able to take it their own route and do their own thing!
The cheesery plate looked so damn good 🤤🤤
I love this show!! Excellent season 10!
Love the dynamics amongst these 3 guys! Steven and Andrew have an unspeakable chemistry that makes this show worth it! Hope you guys will continue from here and don't ever stop! Can't wait for the next season with you guys!
I really felt it when Steven said that he grew up eating a lot of rice but never had it as a dessert haha I'm also Malaysian and my family eats rice basically every lunch and dinner but I was so confused about rice pudding when I first went to the UK
Thankful you're still making these!! They are so fun to watch. IDEA!now that I've moved to San Francisco, so please also come back to San Francisco. Suggestions:Ethiopian restaurants,TaqueriasFalafelGyros
Great episode! love that this show is back. Any chance you'd share where you got the beautiful gourd-shaped mugs you guys are drinking out of in the wrap-up? They are stunning and look so comfortable to hold.
Are there going to be more worth it episodes? I love this show!
thanks for all the content. your show made me realize how important good food to me is. as soon as i've done my exams i wanna go eat in a nice restaurant at least once a month :)
Love you guys!! Do Greek food next!
This might be the best and most mindful food show currently "on air". Sure I love Top Chef and David Chang with his shows are great (and many more good shows). But Worth It is just taking the cake. It is just down to earth but at the same time really uplifting. Great stuff!
I love this show too much. Sometimes just want to spend more time to re-watch again for me. I did not see you guys doing the octopus. My opinion is seafood area is still a lot of places to introduce to us because we love to see you guys keep going on this channel. Thank you
Worth It is the best food review show ever. Wish we had a new episode everyday. One episode in each city.
I just realized that the oyster dessert was a little throwback to Steven's Dish Granted ep where he made a smoyster for Andrew. Honestly believed Andrew wanted this very same kind of oyster during that ep lol
I can binge watch Worth It for hours! Looking forward to more episodes on this channel
That Cheese detour was amazing!And Wolfgang is also here? Unreal 😍
I had a good laugh when I recognized him, as the question in my mind was, "Did Wolfgang Puck just photo-bomb the Worth It crew?"Spago is his main restaurant, but it was still funny to see.
@Aaron Sirkman he prob wanted to see the faces of the guys as they eat I really felt like I too was eating that Soufflé with truffle ice cream
I mean, Spago is his restaurant...
Yeah it took me a moment and then I was like, "wait was that Wolfgang Puck?!"