Check Out Our New YouTube Channel For Step-By-Step Culinary Wisdom
For the last 10 years, we’ve been sharing our kitchen wisdom with the Garden State through our culinary master classes hosted here at our farm in Pittstown. But now, with our new YouTube channel which launched today, we’re bringing the hundreds of recipes we’ve developed over the years for those classes to the whole world.
These days, we know that you’re not digging through a printed-and-bound cookbook when you’re seeking the perfect recipe for dinner. Instead, you’re bringing your queries to the web – so that’s where you can find us, too.
Our new channel
With our 15-minute videos, you can learn how to make authentic dishes made by us – real cooks, farmers and winemakers in the kitchen. Already on our channel, you can see how to make Risotto Milanese, Wiener Schnitzel, Goulash, Pierogi with potato and cheese, Pierogi with mushroom and sauerkraut, and perhaps the coolest of all – speck, or Austrian prosciutto, which takes nine months make in several distinct steps.
One thing we love about these videos is that unlike the classes hosted at our farm, you can watch these tutorials as many times as you need to in order to perfect your dish. We know that you may not be able to ask questions like you would in our classes, but don’t worry – you’ll find a ‘student’ in each of our videos who will hopefully take those questions right out of your mouth.
We’ll show you what some great complements are with the dish are, too – for example, in our video on how to make Wiener Schnitzel, we’ll plate it with all of the trimmings including parslied new red potatoes, lingonberry sauce, capers and lemon wedges so you can see how it will look in its authentic form at your dinner table.
On our YouTube channel, you can also find five-minute skill videos, such as the difference between slicing or chopping an onion. That’s because we want you to learn the skills needed to help you take all of your dishes from good to great.
Keep watching our channel as we will launch new videos all of the time, and also make sure you send us photos of your home attempts at these dishes. We know you’ll be proud – and so are we.
Check out our Mount Salem Kitchen YouTube channel by clicking here.