How Laser Wolf Perfected the Brisket Kebab In NYC — Smoke Point

At Laser Wolf in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, executive chef Andrew Henshaw and his team use Marabu charcoal to create the perfect char and impart a smokey flavor into meaty brisket kebabs, creamy babaganoush, whole branzino, and more.

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Producer/Director: Connor Reid
Camera: Micheal Latchman, Ian Stroud
Editor: Michael Imhoff

Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
Development Producer: Ian Stroud
Supervising Producer: Stefania Orrù
Associate Producer: Julia Hess
Audience Development: Terri Ciccone, Frances Dumlao, Avery Dalal
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28 Replies to “How Laser Wolf Perfected the Brisket Kebab In NYC — Smoke Point”

  1. " I don't want to steal a culture in New York and call it Israeli" whilst making Arab and Palestinian food that he somehow thinks is "Israeli " lmao

  2. Hmmm These guys created their menu based of “isrealian dishes “ meaning their dishes do not exist , seems an odd decision to serve your customers nothing

  3. if you look closely you can see they forgot to remove the sticker badge on the eggplant on the grill at 6:35 😀

  4. Did anyone else who first clicked on the video think the guy's name was actually "Laser Wolf"?

  5. This is Palestinian or Arabic food. They aren’t representing anybody. They are impersonating others.

  6. damn it's similar to asian cuisines just missing some ingredients. the beef and fish is good for sure just by the listed ingredients and marinades. because it's what i used too with a little dash of Fish sauce and fresh lemon grass stalks.

  7. This food is not Israeli, they stole this culture. This is Arab food, shame you won't mention that

  8. Most of the stuff originates from arab countries like Palestine and not Israel (set up in 1948)…

  9. very nice cooking, keep it honest, simple and delicious. no fancy nonsense or tons of garniture. and the grill statement from the beginning sums it up pretty good:
    ".. used grills for about 20k but now we juste use bricks from home depot and charcocal." nice. use them brains, most of the expensive stuff they tell you you need is just.. well.. expensive stuff. doesnt mean that its better in any way, quite the opposite in fact. if u think about it, that applies to pretty much everything society wants you to buy

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