Ace and the Chef in the Kitchen, is simply a test video for a possible cooking series dedicated to tasty meals that are easy to make. Now I can’t say I’m a bad cook, cause I’m one of the best when it comes to the four or five things I can make (grilled cheese, pasta, tuna fish, or peanut butter and jelly sandwich’s)but I can say I feel more confident when I’m cooking with some sort of assistance or guidance.
Well this is basically the video version of cooking for dummies. I’m not calling you a dummy if you cant cook, cause honestly I’m not the best cook as I said, but this is basically my way of taking down since I went threw the process of making this meal.
Cooking + my passion for Video and Music production= Ace and the Chef in the Kitchen~
This first edition is a test/ sample version to see if people will actually watch it. We decided to make pan fried shrimp from your stove top. As I said, I’m not a chef, so I don’t even have a grill right now (I am intending on getting one in the near future hah) so my oven, stove and microwave are all I mainly microwave or stove top. So here are some simple steps you can follow to make some delicious shrimp!
You can add whatever seasoning and cook the shrimp however long you would like but the actual cooking process should be rather quick.
Oil or Butter
1) Make sure the shrimp is thawed. You can run under hot/ warm water to quicken the process if frozen
2) Wash the shrimp under cool water
3) Let it sit in a strainer for a minute or two
4) Heat the stove top at a relatively high temperature (if you would like you can add a tablespoon of oil or butter)
5) You should separately lay the shrimp on the pan one by one
6)You can add seasoning of your choice here
7) Flip the shrimp when it starts to lose its transparency and starts getting some but not too much
8) You can flip it back over if you would like but you most likely don’t need to ( You don’t want to loose all the flavor or burn it)
9) When both sides have good color, its
The Video;
It was shot on the Canon EOS 7D using the 85mm USM Lens. I shot it at 1920×1080 at 30fps with manual focus on the cameras AV Mode.
Some shots were slowed down in post production. I also wanted to test the final quality of the footage after downsizing the final rendered version to 1280×720. I personally think it still looks the footage and food!
Ace and the Chef in the Kitchen
Episode #1 Pan Fried Shrimp w/ Disco Dave!
Produced by Adam “Ace” Spencer
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If you have any thoughts or suggestions, throw in your two cents!! But remember, this is quick and easy 🙂
Thanks for watching!




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