4 Levels of Grilled Fish: Amateur to Food Scientist | Epicurious

We challenged chefs of three different skill levels – amateur John, home cook Julie, and professional chef Palak Patel from the Institute of Culinary Education – to prepare us a grilled fish. Once each of them had presented their creation, we asked food scientist Rose to explain the choices they made along the way – both good and bad. Which of these grilled fish looks most tempting to you?

Check out the level 3 recipe on the ICE blog: https://www.ice.edu/blog/salt-crusted-fish

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Chef Palak is on instagram at @chefpalak
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14 Replies to “4 Levels of Grilled Fish: Amateur to Food Scientist | Epicurious”

  1. I tried Julie’s Snapper marinade on some filets i had and it was amazing ????

  2. Diversity cooking more like ,u forgot to bring a criminal to top it off the diversity list

  3. 3:44 "Like when you're little and make snowballs" Wait, I'm nearing 30 and I still love to make and throw snowballs every winter

  4. Not sure why this didn't occur to me when I first watched this episode. I am surprised no one did a cedar plank salmon, seems like something kind of obvious to a non-professional cook.

  5. Lmao John be like “wow I actually did a good job” like my guy you put in a lot of effort! You darn right you did a good job!!’ ????

  6. one of my favorite level 2 cook in the building ????????????????????

  7. Kinda digging Julie here. pouring salt onto the spoon thingy above bowl. I feel like she's making a statement. that statement being "A LOT OF SALT"

  8. Y'all should tell Julie not to say she is a Jamaican bc people will assume that she is cooking like a Jamaican and wanna adapt her cooking style. And she doesn't know how to cook like a true Jamaican anymore. That poor fish and those plantains. And Jamaica is very known for their grill fish. If Julie cook that foolishness for Jamaica they'll throw it away and laugh at her. Like that's just nasty wrong cooking. Like stop embarrass Jamaicans. Bc we can cook good. Seriously please freaking stop.

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