Enhance your cooking with video recipes

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Did you know there are over 4,300 video recipes in the EYB Library? They are from a variety of sources including blogs like 101 Cookbooks and Serious Eats, newspapers and magazines like The New York Times, Bon Appetit, and Food Network Magazine;  from favorite authors like Annabel Langbein and Yotam Ottolenghi.

Some of these recipes are specific “how-to” instructions, like How to make a lacy chocolate collar for a cake from the blog The Pink Whisk, or How to cure trout from the blog Great British Chefs. Others are traditional recipes with the added bonus of video instruction, like The ultimate chocolate cake from The Free Range Cook by Annabel Langbein and Tomato and pomegranate salad from Plenty More by Yotam Ottolenghi (screenshot above). These video recipes are like bite-sized cooking shows without the annoying commercials. 

For some recipes the video will play within the EYB website and for others you will need to follow a link to another site. The video recipes can provide tips that you might not get from the written version. For instance, in the Annabel Langbein video you learn that she uses hot coffee in the cake batter to help give the baking soda a jump start. And sometimes it’s just easier to make something if you can watch how it’s done. Browse all of the video recipes in the EYB Library.

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