The Singing Chefs is a new entertainment project for people who loves music and food. The most delicious dishes with the most beautiful songs. Amazing voices and tasty aromas, the melodies of the song and the flavor. Singing chefs - music with taste.
Meet Our Chefs
Sophie Cooks Strawberry Panna-Cotta,
Ashley Cooks Chocolate Krispies,
Michael Cooks Prosecco Kissel
Quizás, Quizás, Quizás” (also known as “Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps” in English), is a popular song by Cuban songwriter Osvaldo Farrés, which became a hit in 1947. This song was performed by many famous artists such as Nat King Cole, Doris Day, Celia Cruz, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton, The Pussycat Dolls, Jennifer Lopez and many others.
HomeMade Food for Puppies & Kitties! Meet the lovely French Bulldog Asya and watch how she cooks and plays. It is funny to watch and easy to make. Enjoy!
Salmon fish has a very tender and mild flavor, which is delicious itself. Therefore grilled salmon steak is simple and perfect dinner for you and your guests.
This delicious dessert will be the perfect ending of a romantic dinner, because love and chocolate are almost synonymous. Cointreau will add a citrus hue to the palette of flavors of this special evening.
If you want to emphasize rich flavor of mushrooms you should defiantly cook this salad. It will be a great start of a romantic dinner.
This gourmet dish will be perfect for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner. Tender and silky salmon fillet in combination with a spicy risotto and tropical coconut note will bring you and your sweetheart true gastronomic pleasure.
You can use this technique for all kinds of roasts - pork, beef, lamb…
We show you how to get the most juice out of citrus fruits. Roll, press and squeeze!
Trimming vegetables into thin long strips is called Julienne. We show you how to achieve this cut!
Why cook a usual boring omelette? Better try to make it exceptional with your own tricks! Add potato chips to enrich the flavor. It’s easy and won’t take time.
Glogg is the best thing to keep warm at cold winter evenings since Medieval. In Scandinavia they made glogg in caldrons, now it’s a bit easier. Hot and spices are waiting..
Blueberry pie is an American classic. In America they can have blueberry pie for breakfast, for lunch and for dinner and they cook it for friends. And you can see blueberry pie in movies… So why cook a blueberry pie at home? All you need to know about it is here!
You can pair mashed potatoes with everything! Here we add some flavor to the mashed potatoes by adding cheese and bacon with garlic. This combination goes with chicken perfectly.
They say chicken is never too much! So, here is another easy but substantial meal. Chicken salad used to be a breakfast in many countries, but it can also be a part of a dinner.
This flavorful dish is ideal for a late intimate dinner. Thyme and balsamic vinegar match perfectly with maple syrup and enriches the flavor of the chicken.
Peeling oranges is not a difficult task but why not to make it even easier? Watch our video and know how to peel oranges right.
This salad is the perfect mixture of creamy and crunchy, sweet and sour!
You can easily combine this salad with any main course. Arugula with grilled pear, walnuts and blue cheese is a mix to surprise your guests or to serve in the end of the festive dinner.
Baked rabbit with cream is a French classic, easy to cook and popular all over the world. Cook it when you want to create romantic atmosphere.
Do you like broccoli? Well if you don’t they say you just don’t know how to cook it! Well-done broccoli can be quite good, especially with a right sauce…