Cookin’: The Show!

From friends and neighbors of mine, right here in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn - Cookin’.

Please note – I’ve rated these clips PG-13 for language…consider yourself warned!

Liz Alpern, publisher of New Voices magazine and Challah baker extraordinaire tells us a bit about Cookin’:

Cookin’ is the place where love of music meets reclaiming the kitchen. The result is a step-by-step guide to making simple, healthy delicious recipes in very little time, all while keeping your budget under control. Shot on-site in Brooklyn, Cookin’ is a reaction to all those folks, especially New Yorkers, who have strayed from food preparation and subsequently, all the joys that come with it. Cookin’ wants you to roll up your sleeves and turn up the volume…

Enjoy the recession special chili, the spring rolls, the shakshuka and even the pilot challah recipe. Stay tuned for more episodes to come.

Now if anyone wants to come up with a Kosher version (?????, eggs, toast, butter) of that catchy song (My Struggles by Missy Elliott featuring Mary J. Blige & Grand Puba), let me know…

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3 Responses to “Cookin’: The Show!”

  1. Leah Koenig Says:

    daaaaag – two steps? that’s some crazy fast chili! :)

    I actually just found a very different chili recipe, in Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything Vegetarian book, that has espresso in it. It’s definitely more than two steps, but I can’t wait to make it!

  2. Rachel Says:

    Mmmm…What a great show!
    Espresso, Leah? Ima gonna try that one.
    My usual calls for liquid smoke (which I usually substitute by burning the chili to the bottom of the pot ;) and BEER, the darker the better.

  3. paula Says:

    Yes, RAchel, BEER is ESSENTIAL, just as your mother taught you. nope, sorry, no substitute for liquid smoke OR FRESH garlic, minced or pressed! Also, sherry or bourbon are a great addition. Cinnamon if you want that Cincinnati twist. The espresso is a great idea!

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