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The Five Must-Watch Food Videos of the Week

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In this week's roundup of new and notable videos, Wylie Dufresne discusses the relationship between cooking, science, and technology, Paul Liebrandt of The Elm talks about how his childhood shaped his career, Ann and Janet Chung make some Korean barbecue sliders at Smorgasburg, and Ella Nemcova of The Regal Vegan shares her thoughts on vegan food.

1) The Quotable Wylie Dufresne:
Wylie Dufresne discusses the relationship between cooking, science, and technology with The Verge:

2) Smorgasburg's We Rub You:
A recent episode of Smorgasburg's video series Munchies Moments features We Rub You's Korean barbecue sliders:

3) Meet The Regal Vegan:
Here's Ella Nemcova, the founder of The Regal Vegan, an artisan food company in Brooklyn, on the exciting possibilities of a vegan diet:

4) Hunger on the High Seas:
And then there's this charmingly bizarre animated video from Lucky Peach/Le Creuset called "Hunger on the High Seas," in which four friends stranded at sea go on wild and crazy adventures to collect the ingredients needed to make chef Danny Bowien's Chongqing Chicken Wings:

5) Paul Liebrandt's Spaghetti Bolognese:
Chef Paul Liebrandt of The Elm stops by CBS This Morning to make spaghetti Bolognese and talk about how his childhood experiences shapes him as a chef:

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