One of the pleasant things about cooking at home is that you do it at home. So not in a restaurant, I mean. Not with huge plates with a dimple in the middle for your dining painting, not peeling with pliers for the layout, just a bowl or a plate, may be a bit messy. I do know that there are people who like to play a restaurant at home, and that sometimes gives very good results, but now yes, one is home cook for home I always think. So Cheflix, that doesn't seem like anything.. Chefflix yes. Stood in Trouw. On #Cheflix you can see how chefs prepare dishes. Michelinchefs. They'd keep it simpler than in their restaurants, but we all know how chefs are. They always have a long distance somewhere, grab behind them where the sliced chives are ready, deep frying pan here, saupan there, scallops on a dish on a clean cloth, cut ribs of the lamb rack, asparagus tips, tralala. Chefs never have to wash dishes and just throw the cut-offs aside where someone else always catches them to make everything out of it.. Or not. #foods
Cheflix: top chefs start their own “Netflix”
What are we eating? Cheflix lets you watch how star chefs prepare dishes. Ordinary people don't stay, but you can learn something from them. This new streaming platform where top chefs in masterclass setting explain step-by-step how to prepare their dishes so you can make them at home. A Netflixwalhalla for the food lover. Since last weekend the website of the star chefs has been live.