Yotam Ottolenghi’s Keeping Cooking Simple is streaming now on Stream from the Opera House
It’s hard to remember what we used to cook before Yotam Ottolenghi burst into our culinary consciousness. From his introduction of bold new flavours and ingredients, to his consistent foregrounding of vegetables in his meals, Ottolenghi’s books continue to excite and inspire food-lovers everywhere.
Spend an hour with Yotam Ottolenghi and Adam Liaw, as they discuss what makes a recipe simple, cooking for fussy children and how Ottolenghi’s books saved the humble cauliflower. This is an amazing talk and lasts for 55 minutes – all recorded live at the Sydney Opera House back when Ottolenghi visited in January 2019.
Yotam Ottolenghi’s Keeping Cooking Simple is streaming now on the Opera House’s free channel, Stream, or on YouTube…
What’s My Marion’s Kitchen Channel All About?
On her YouTube channel, Marion Grasby says she’s a little bit Thai (courtesy of her mum) and as you might be able to tell from her accent…a little bit Australian (courtesy of her dad). She says she’s a food producer, television presenter and cookbook author who lives in Bangkok and travels all around Asia to find the most amazing recipes, dishes and ingredients to share with everyone on YouTube. She posts new recipes at least three times per week.
So, on Marion’s channel, you’ll find recipes from all over Asia. From spicy Thai noodles to soup dumplings and Chinese fried rice. There are Thai noodle soups, Asian beef burgers, Japanese noodle soups and more.
You can join in with Marion’s Kitchen here – along with her other 1.38 million subscribers on YouTube…
Pamela Connellan is a journalist specialising in writing about the tech industry and how we can work towards changing the gender bias in this industry. She has a keen love of everything tech - especially how to keep it sustainable. She also covers what's streaming, why it's interesting and where to watch it.