meat

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Open Fire
12:53

The Art of Yakitori Over Japanese Charcoal - Open Fire

In this episode, Cara visits Yakitori Tora in NYC to learn how to cook yakitori, or Japanese chicken skewers, over charcoal imported from Japan which lends a distinct smokiness to each dish.
How-To / web
2:17

How-To: Make a Late-Night Sandwich

Chef Michael White is a world renowned for his pastas and seafood, so naturally we wanted to know about his favorite sandwich.
How-To / web
2:36

Goat Kebab

A perfect hunk of cured back fat creates a crazy good snack.
How-To
6:47

The Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich

Alvin Calian owner of Eggslut shows us how to whip up the best breakfast sandwich you'll ever have just using common items you can find in your pantry.
Waypoint Plays
55:29

The Excellent Monster Faces of 'GNOG'

Austin and Danielle play GNOG, a very pretty puzzle game with excellent monster faces. Then, they dip into the very smart Meat Boy-like Super Rude Bear Resurrection.
How-To / web
6:30

Make Lamb Pita Tacos With Raph Rashid

Raph Rashid—owner of Melbourne’s Taco Truck—shows us how to make lamb tacos, Souvlaki-style.
How-To / web
8:42

Make Lamb Rump Salad With Sarah De Burgh

With tender seared lamb, zesty pickle, crisp fresh veggies, and plump, savoury buckwheat—this lamb rump salad is a perfect standalone lunch for Spring afternoons.
How-To / web
7:10

Make the World's Best Sandwich with Action Bronson

Action Bronson shows you how to make the greatest sandwich in the world.
How-To / web
5:36

Make Korean Beef Brisket Stew with Kimchi Pete

Australian chef Kimchi Pete shows us how to make a Korean Stew with beef brisket.
How-To / web
6:40

Brine and Cook Pork Chops

Watch Butcher Cara Nicoletti of Foster Sundry explain the ins and outs of dry and wet brining a pork chop.
How-To / web
6:10

Pork Buns with Hann Palcu-Chang

This pork is drenched in a delicious homemade miso sauce.
F*ck, That’s Delicious S1 EP4
22:36

The Foundation

With hyper-local meat centric dining in the UK, deli sandwiches in East New York, and Thai food in Amsterdam, FTD proves it is in a league of it's own.
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