SORTEDfood

SORTEDfood

Started by a group of friends in London, SORTEDfood has grown into a global online food community that turns chefs’ knowledge into useful tips and tricks to help ‘normals’ cook better and spend less every week.
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  • David Willis
    David Willis23 小时 前

    Cool beans chaps - breakfast in the woods is about the bacon, plenty of streaky, a good splash of olive oil and cook fast, just get it crispy around the edges, plenty of freshly cracked black pepper, push to one side of the pan and softly scramble the eggs, season and serve on to freshly baked bread and devour...

  • Terra Cotta
    Terra Cotta23 小时 前

    What do we have to do for a Shokugeki No Soma: Food Wars battle? Each normal/Chef makes a dish for the show and they see who did it better. I think Jamie would love the Caveman Meat. or Ben and James could do the Oxtail Stew Special and Saiba's Special Ramen.

  • Sylvia Fox
    Sylvia Fox23 小时 前

    I'd love to see them try and make a Japanese strawberry shortcake, just to see what they'd do

  • Jay-Lee van der Berg
    Jay-Lee van der Berg天 前

    The fact that dance number was done in front of thousands of people 👏👏👏👏

  • 95CeliaM
    95CeliaM天 前

    Actually someone gave us cep mushrooms recently and they had tons of dirt worms in them 🤢 they all come out if you deprive them of air

  • GuvernorDave
    GuvernorDave天 前

    what the fuck kind of battle doesn't have a winner? PS It was james but srsly wtf

  • elphbwckd
    elphbwckd天 前

    Jamie seems like more of a line cook than a chef tbh. A very well versed and experienced line cook, but I've worked with both in restaurants for years and his knowledge and method of cooking is more in line with a good line cook than an actually chef... And would lose a steak battle? Really? Cooking protein is the first thing a real chef learns. The fact he went to steak school and still lost.... He's a line cook.

  • elphbwckd
    elphbwckd天 前

    James' looked worse. I'd be very disappointed if that plate was set down in front of me, but flavor is everything in the end.

  • GundamGoku
    GundamGoku天 前

    So hold up. Jamie put actual bacon in his beans yet his was less smokey/meaty?

  • ValtorixAndSocion
    ValtorixAndSocion天 前

    prevent the capsicum he said lol.... its capsaicin lol

  • Jonathan Hubert
    Jonathan Hubert天 前

    Nobody gonna mention that char sui? Char siu is my way though

  • sam findlay
    sam findlay天 前

    haha

  • Arin Mee
    Arin Mee天 前

    Yes we suck but dear God, as a Soldier thank you for not letting the flag hit the floor.

  • Winnister
    Winnister天 前

    For a mid week meal, Barry's and Mike's seems the easiest.... least washing up, least knife work, 1 pot & tray pan. winner! I personally wouldn't cook bimbimbap at home unless someone has special dietary requirements...

  • ProgHead777
    ProgHead777天 前

    6:50 WTF just happened? Was that real? Did I just have a stroke?

  • The Kirby T
    The Kirby T天 前

    Please bring this book and this calibre of recipe back. I realize the average viewer won't make it, but it's great seeing Ben get to flex his skills and seeing Mike actually contribute is extremely impressive.

  • Hannah stockton
    Hannah stockton天 前

    Please do traditional tiramisu vs quick hack tiramisu!

  • Joseph Albrightson
    Joseph Albrightson天 前

    Those wings look awful

  • A. Original
    A. Original天 前

    I love you guys but no videos with just him by his self he doesn't have enough energy

  • 73Stargazer
    73Stargazer天 前

    As someone who is super broke right now, I really appreciated James tricks to bring max flavour

  • Kelly Keimer
    Kelly Keimer天 前

    That pie looks so good! You got my vote Jamie.

  • Kati Vandermark
    Kati Vandermark天 前

    No normal makes a hashbrown on a budget? How expensive are potatoes in England? Because they're dirt cheap in the US.

  • Riswamp Yankee
    Riswamp Yankee天 前

    James and the four dwarves.

  • Binu Rajasuriya
    Binu Rajasuriya天 前

    Banana blossoms, when they are fresh are actually quite stringy and fibrous. (This is for Ben who was curious)

  • Claire Campbell - Hey Blondie!
    Claire Campbell - Hey Blondie!天 前

    For the amount of stress Jamie had, his dish looked swank!

  • Claire Campbell - Hey Blondie!
    Claire Campbell - Hey Blondie!天 前

    “Everyone I eat, is one that doesn’t end up on the plate” is me hahaha not because I’m working off 8 mushrooms, but because I tend to snack whilst cooking to the point that a pound of mushrooms goes surprisingly fast 😆😍

  • Samuel Arnold
    Samuel Arnold天 前

    $2.50 wouldn't even buy you the load of bread where I live. $2.50 might buy you the can of Baked Beans.

  • Claire Campbell - Hey Blondie!
    Claire Campbell - Hey Blondie!天 前

    Oh the irony that Baz is the shop keeper 🤣 (Can’t wait you see how they do!!)

  • Violet None Of Your Business
    Violet None Of Your Business天 前

    OMG Evie was so lil and cute here!!!

  • Nathan Thomas
    Nathan Thomas天 前

    I really enjoyed this video! I’d love to see more challenges like this one. Maybe have one chef and two normals trying to make the same high-end dish, with the normals given the best ingredients and the chef being given a more budget friendly version, and see how close the chef can get by using lots of little tips and tricks? I’m thinking something as simple as recreating Joel Robuchon’s Pommes Purée, with the normals having the correct La Ratte potatoes and high end butter, with the chef getting a similar style of potato and higher end supermarket butter maybe? And serving it with steak, again with the normals having a really great cut from a butcher, and the chef having a higher end supermarket cut - how close can these flavours and ideas be replicated on a budget? Given the times and climate were in, I think the tips and tricks to enhance your meals and replicate what you can get with more expensive ingredients would be amazing! Keep up the good work guys

  • RuralPrepper
    RuralPrepper天 前

    Too much talking, not enough food

  • Shinmaye
    Shinmaye天 前

    Trap challenge, give a chef a large budget, and a normal with a small budget...but tell the time limit after they bought the ingredients >:)

  • annie sammons
    annie sammons天 前

    Your discussion about your lives made me think . You boys will be something else in about 15 or 20 years . Right now you guys are like cute puppies romping around . I wish that I could live long enough to see you when you had ripened some . I'm thinking cute will have turned into dead sexy . But that is for the younger generations to enjoy . I will continue to enjoy you as you are .

  • Violet None Of Your Business
    Violet None Of Your Business天 前

    There are some places in America that look amazing and individual Americans seem really nice and friendly and the food sounds amazing but I'm kind of scared to go... I'm disabled, gay (the uk government says parts of America may not be safe to visit for LGBT people), and have seen like two guns in my life and would probably freak out if I saw a random person walking round with a massive one. Is there anywhere anyone can recommend I go (in a couple of years when covid is over and I've saved enough money) where I'll get to experience the great food and people and amazing nature (your national parks have been something I've wanted to see all my life) but feel safe and like I don't have hide my sexuality?

  • Christine Tuttle
    Christine Tuttle天 前

    Carolina Reaper or Scorpion Pepper

  • Joseph Reilly
    Joseph Reilly天 前

    next time let the chef have the expensive budget and see how much more they can do with it!

  • JaySay63
    JaySay63天 前

    11:03 What great camera placement, boys

  • Ryan Hicks
    Ryan Hicks天 前

    Jamie was the only one who actually DRANK the bloody mary. Mike took like 3 baby sips and got the W. RIGGED

  • Lunay LeZarde
    Lunay LeZarde天 前

    Mustard and brown sugar are fairly common ingredients in baked beans here in the States. Though you don't see them served for breakfast here. Usually it's more of a thing for a backyard barbecue or camping. As for my fry-ups, I like to do French toast, steak fries, ham steak, and some apple slices sauteed with a little brown sugar and cinnamon. And if I'm feeling really industrious, hoetteok, which a yeasted, filled, pan-fried Korean doughnut (my personal favorite filling is homemade apple caramel, ask me for the recipe if you like).

  • Pule N' Games
    Pule N' Games天 前

    love barry's deli lol

  • Elsa Aziz
    Elsa Aziz天 前

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  • Elsa Aziz
    Elsa Aziz天 前

    Hi, I'm an artist who has the goal of reaching 1k until 2021 by playing AMONG US. Help a girl out, I'd really appreciate it💙 Please follow me HERE on CNboth Follow me on instagram: instagram.com/elsaabdulaziz?igshid=1f4uog6r7vwic

  • joohoneybeee
    joohoneybeee天 前

    we do smores in the summer and early fall but in the winter when we crave some smores and it's -30F out we can't really bust out the campfire in the backyard lol we just make them in the oven, it browns the marshmallows nicely too!

  • Violet None Of Your Business
    Violet None Of Your Business天 前

    This reminds me of weekends with my grandma. Also in regards to trespassing in the UK we have something called a right to roam so so long as it's not active farmland (don't trample people's crops), someone's garden, or a military base you're good even if it's private land (just don't destroy anything).

  • Giovane
    Giovane天 前

    I think this idea would be cooler if they didnt have a specific recipe to cook from

  • Sam Green
    Sam Green天 前

    Didn't realise James acaster was moonlighting as a food genie for you guys as well as ed, plz Collab with the Off Menu podcast

  • Tanya M
    Tanya M天 前

    OMG please try pimping out Ugali, aka obusuma, kimnyet, nshima, mieliepap, phutu, sadza, isitshwala. It’s one of the traditional foods in southern and Eastern Africa. It will be great if you could try and level it up.

  • S Palmore
    S Palmore天 前

    Wait till the ring of fire later

  • Dan Shipway
    Dan Shipway天 前

    3 different price points. Those being expensive, very expensive and a years wages. Luckily I don't live in London, I live up north where my local café does a full English for £3.

  • Joy Charles
    Joy Charles天 前

    Jamie's dish was an excellent one in my book.

  • Antoni
    Antoni天 前

    Chef provides two complimentary meats for the Bolognese, clearly demonstrating that both are required Barry " I'm going to leave that out " Later. " It needs more meat " FFS you bellend 🤣

  • Violet None Of Your Business
    Violet None Of Your Business天 前

    My grandma didn't have much money when my mum and uncle were kids (alcoholic husband + not well off anyway) so what she did was every payday buy a big bag of potatoes and then even if the money did run out they would never go hungry, there are so many different things you can do with potatoes, they keep for a really long time, are really cheap, and are really filling and a good bulking agent for soups and stews if you only have a small amount of meat or the like.

  • D J
    D J天 前

    American here, so no "fry ups", but I was most intrigued by Jaime's green tomato. From here on out I will only grill other-than-red tomatoes.

  • Callie Johnston
    Callie Johnston天 前

    If I were Barry's wife, I'd be a little worried about James...

  • jedisix
    jedisix天 前

    How do you make a decently yummy cut of meat into a wonderfully yummy cut of meat? Steak, Lamb, Pork, Chicken, Mutton, Horse, Ostrich? Please explore slow cooking v. marinades v. rubs v. other methods?

  • Yongguk Is Ultimate Daddy
    Yongguk Is Ultimate Daddy天 前

    Good thing Barry's deli doesn't sell quail eggs

  • Tim Hyatt
    Tim Hyatt天 前

    new challenge series for you.. BID war! remember the old series "name that tune!"? same idea, but for the amount they get to spend give them a dish, and a starting point to make the dish....and then each bids it down further until someone says they can't do it for that.... once they've reached their low bid.. they have to prove it...(or fail it) and have to stay under budget for their dish..... lots of possible variations on it....teams, 3-way, chef vs chef, chef vs norm...any of which would be interesting... What do you think?

  • Talia Mumby
    Talia Mumby天 前

    as if my sister thinks you’d never respond

  • Talia Mumby
    Talia Mumby天 前

    as if my sister just said it’s cool you use a wand

  • Nioka Gordon
    Nioka Gordon天 前

    Cheap vs expensive canned food battle

  • Nioka Gordon
    Nioka Gordon天 前

    A battle only using canned food x

  • Zeraglud
    Zeraglud天 前

    Favourite moment of this video is definitely when Jamie said, "oh no, I fucked up" 😂

  • brinagotsued
    brinagotsued天 前

    Mike

  • outBound inBound
    outBound inBound天 前

    I will never forget this video XD

  • airheadevfd
    airheadevfd天 前

    Rigged! RIGGED! Effort should have been accounted for too. Jamie cooked something he never had before out and the other two say they cook it many times. Still love y'all though.

  • Gal Re
    Gal Re天 前

    Barry the savior

  • Gal Re
    Gal Re天 前

    I really liked how Ben rolled with what people were thinking and just elevated the ideas

  • Carrie Ullrich
    Carrie Ullrich天 前

    Jamie's would be the one I'd want. Meat flavored meats are fine, but everything meat grease flavored ruins everything I like in English breakfast.

  • Marc Jones
    Marc Jones天 前

    *Screams* I poach my eggs by cracking an egg into the right kind of oiled clingfilm, tying it off and then dropping it into boiling water for 5 minutes. Works every time.

  • whatonearthamito
    whatonearthamito天 前

    Archer reference :) ANTS

  • Gal Re
    Gal Re天 前

    Jamie was robbed

  • Peaches Jackofski
    Peaches Jackofski天 前

    I think that’s my Alex pole skillet I see there 🤔

  • [Ecchi]
    [Ecchi]天 前

    James made a ridiculously stupid move. I fully understand the sentiment of using expensive, delicious ingredients within a budget but no one on God's green earth who is on a budget would invest in something as frivolous as quails' eggs. Chorizo, premium mushrooms, nuts and steak I fully understand because they can add a lot of flavor or stand on their own and be nicely complimented with an inexpensive side dish but fucking quails' eggs? That's a huge no.

  • James Shone
    James Shone天 前

    So niki just went to a nationwide chain? Seems a bit of a fail

  • Thomas M.
    Thomas M.天 前

    That's not a Cep, it's Girolle ;)

  • YellowPillow
    YellowPillow天 前

    James: "Looking good!" Subtitles: "Fuckin' did it!"

  • Kayla Dombrosky
    Kayla Dombrosky天 前

    JAMIE WON THAT MEAL

  • emily silverblade
    emily silverblade天 前

    you all should do more of this

  • Madi Silver
    Madi Silver天 前

    Jamie’s sad look at 16:25 actually broke my heart.