Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Classically Kosher Hits YouTube

The full recipe for Tri-Color Kreplach can be accessed here.

1 comment:

  1. 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,