If you are a big fan of Queer Eye (and who isn’t?), this news is going to make your day. We have been missing the Fab Five lately and now we get to hang out with Antoni once again because he’s coming to Netflix and he’s got a wonderful cooking show to offer us. The mini-series called “Show Me What You’re Working With” just launched!
For the show, Antoni reviews viewer submissions to see what common ingredients they have in the kitchen. Then, he walks viewers through how to use those ingredients to create a masterpiece! He even creates a step-by-step guide for the ingredients he’s found via viewer submissions, so the cooking process is clear and should be easy to follow.
If you have ingredients that you “dunno what the hell to do with,” he has got you covered. This is especially crucial right now since many of us are stuck in the house and wondering how to get the most out of what we have in the kitchen currently. After all, we shouldn’t be taking needless runs to the grocery store.
View this post on Instagram
🚨launch alert🚨 Super excited to share the debut of my new limited series “Show Me What You’re Working With” on @netflix socials/YouTube where I prepare a dish from your video submissions with ingredients you dunno what the hell to do with. Check 👏🏼 it 👏🏼 out. More recipes to come and a larger platform to show support for @feedingamerica, who continue to get food to those who need it most right now. *Watch on @most’s IGTV or YouTube. Link also in my stories
Many of us need guidance on how to maneuver around the kitchen right now, plus, we are all looking for a good binge-watch. Antoni is here to kill two birds with one stone and if you would like to check out a sneak peek of the show, be sure to head to Antoni’s Instagram. The first episode is now available on the Netflix YouTube channel.
Have you been wanting to learn how to make shakshuka? If so, this is your lucky day. The hungry couple in the video simply wanted to learn more about how to make a great plate of eggs and chicken sausage. Little did they know that Antoni had something else in store for them! The clip is just 12 minutes long and the recipe is very easy to follow.
The ingredients that are used in the clip are commonly found in most homes. This will keep you from having to run out to the grocery store and cooking along with Antoni is as fun as it gets. When he finished the shakshuka, he made us laugh by saying that it makes for a great breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It’s not like it matters anymore, does it?SKM: below-content placeholder