Jewish food revitalized, while maintaining classic flavors. Archived recipes.
Very nicely done. The recipe looks good, the food looks delicious, and the presentation is clear, informative and fairly concise. The camera work and production quality is pretty good too -- though the camera doesn't offer any decent close-ups of the food and doesn't zoom-in sufficiently on the action in a useful way (e.g., at roughly 4:35 in the clip you say something like "I hope you can see it" referring to the pan, but the camera doesn't give us a view of what is in the pan until a little later, and it still isn't a proper close-up; ditto right at the end when you are showing the finished product and say something like "if you can see" but the camera is offering a side-view instead of a frontal close-up). For what it is worth, I think you should add more of your own personality and passion to the presentation. For example, when you declare your devotion to using Hungarian Paprika, you should follow-up with what about the spice is so important to you/your cooking. Like a little squeeze of lemon that lifts a dish or invigorates a sauce, such personal interjections can make a recipe sing or a presentation soar. But enough of my twaddle...I am very impressed, and look forward to the next youtube installment and then, eventually, to the cookbook.All best,Josh