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Hello Chefs,

 

In a months time I will begin Filming and producing a cooking chow for YouTube. I don't have delusions of grandeur or expectations of being the next Jamie or Heston, just looking to have some fun and learn about what works and doesn't work.

 

But, I'm at something of a planning impasse. See, I want the episodes to start simple and easy, and to slowly ramp up the technical expertise as the series continues. however, what I consider to be "easy" may be slightly skewed. Having made something more technical like a macaron 150+ times, I find the procedure to be a breeze, whilst most home cooks would sweat bullets reading a recipe for them.

 

So, in summary, I am looking for Ideas on dishes to progress through from easy onwards, as something of a starting point. I'm not necessarily looking for recipes (though credit given if that's the case) more dish ideas to work with in a lesson plan.

 

The broadcast format is still something I am toying with, so no need to worry with working ideas into a set plan as of yet.

 

Thanks in advance,

Chef Michael

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Tell us more about your target audience, your goals for the show and so on. Home cooks or pros? Baking? Ethnic cuisine focus? or classic technique?

 

Me, I've never cooked a macaron, doubt I ever will. If I'm your target audience, you just wasted an episode. 

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