We gawk all day about all of the beautiful food photography out there but did you know that there’s a whole world of amazing food VIDEO being done? If you’re as obsessed with the Food Network, Cooking Channel, or any of the other food-related shows out there (Bourdain & Zimmern, we’re looking at you), then I think you’ll really enjoy this collection of videos that we found over the past week! If nothing else, what could be a better way to “be productive” during your lunch hour?

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Liza of Food Curated at a food + tech conference in NYC. I can honestly say that her passion for sharing the stories of the people behind the food is infectious! This most recent video highlights our friend and featured blogger Amie of The Healthy Apple and her journey navigating a heap of dietary restrictions. Regardless of what she can’t eat, one thing you’ll always find on Amie is a huge, grinning smile!

 

 

PBS has long been one of the bastions of great food television. From Julia Child to Paul Prudhomme to Martin Yan and now to modern day culinary jedi David Chang, proprietor and chef of the Momofuku Restaurant Group. This new series with the man himself Anthony Bourdain as executive producer and narrator, gets inside the head and world of Chang. Here, Chang shows us how to take a childhood and dorm room staple, ramen noodles and turn them into an elegant pasta dish – cacio e pepe.

 

 

Our featured blogger Bev of Bev Cooks just may be one of the funniest people we know. She just released a new promo video for her blog and it is just awesome! If this doesn’t bring a smile to your face, well, then you’re just cah-razy.

 

 

And just to leave you with a bit of inspiration….if you’ve never heard of the restaurant Alinea in Chicago, you’re missing out! Named as #7 on the The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, Alinea is a haven for molecular gastronomy (with a chef who has a tremendous story), combining flavors, textures, and ingredients in ways that will literally blow your mind. I had the chance to eat there several years ago and while it’s not easy on the wallet, it is a once-in-a-lifetime type of experience. This video shows you why.