When speaking with Nadia G of Cooking Channels Bitchin’ Kitchen, we got to talking about all the different show themes and some of her favorite episodes. Each 30 minute episode is chalk full of great food, great fun and an overall great time. BRINK decided to scour every Bitchin’ Kitchen clip off the official YouTube channel and the official Cooking Channel page and list our top 5 favorites and why you need to check them out!
“How To Be Famous” is packed with the wit that makes Bitchin’ Kitchen so fantastic. From the voice over to Nadia’s nervous laughter, this clip sums up the type of comedy that Bitchin’ Kitchen is known for.
#4 Anxiety Rant
The camera angles, the creepy music, Nadia’s outfit matching the set - this is what Bitchin’ Kitchen is all about: a well thought out produced story that injects real life fundamentals into the storyline. “….back to our chicken broth.”
#3 I’m Never Drinking Like That Again
Most of the hilarious Bitchin’ Kitchen moments feel spontaneous, that’s what makes this produced music video for “I’m Never Drinking Like That Again” so funny. It feels natural and all of Nadia’s cohorts make an appearance one by one introducing their stereotyped personas.
#2 Zucchini Blossoms
Everything about this episode is hilarious. From Nadia’s hatred of the word “dollop” to her comedic timing over her love of zucchini flowers and the glances of worry after her poetry note. Plus, this is one of the best recipes we’ve ever created.
#1 Furious Food Song
The number one clip is hands down one of the funniest moments on Bitchin Kitchin. To know the show is to love the show and this clip falls in line with the classic spontaneous bursts. One minute we’re talking about spicy dishes and the next Nadia is singing to food with the “Food Song,” complete with back up guitarist. Rock on Nadia, rock on!
More than anything in the world that gives me great pleasure and unannounced excitement is food photography. I relish and bathe in the excitement of capturing a singular food ingredient in its purest and unaltered form.
I love taking really close shots of an ingredient. Most of the time I get surprised by how beautiful a single ingredient transfer into a photograph. It makes me appreciate each individual component of a dish I cook everyday.
This photograph looks like it came out of an archaeological dig, but this is the Gnocchi I made yesterday. It is one of the ultimate reasons why I love food photography. It is a very wholesome form of voyeurism of a good and nourishing kind. I love food porn… and I do participate in the creation of it, but just in a primitive way.
Wow, this looks fantastic. There’s just something really amazing about making your own pasta and Gnocchi is a great way to start out! xo BK Crew