The Washington Post today launched “Food Hacks,” a video series that will help viewers simplify their lives in the kitchen and take the fear out of cooking. Hosted by The Post’s Mary Beth Albright, videos will be published online weekly.
“Do you wait until 5:30 p.m. every night to figure out what’s for dinner, hoping that inspiration will strike this time? If so, then Food Hacks is for you,” said Albright. “People need a friend to send them quick videos of the fun and easiest kitchen tips and tricks– videos that actually teach something. I want to be that friend.”
The first video in the series will teach viewers how to create tomato sauce in just three minutes with three simple ingredients. Future videos include tips on how parents can turn dinner leftovers into next-day lunch for their kids and how to pack snacks for children.
“This series is for the nine out of ten Americans who feel either ambivalent or intimidated by cooking and life in the kitchen,” said Michelle Jaconi, executive producer of creative video at The Post. “In each episode, Mary Beth will transform a dreaded task to a fun activity – whether that be family dinner or packing school snacks.”
Source : https://www.washingtonpost.com/pr/wp/2017/10/17/the-washington-post-launches-video-series-showcasing-quick-tips-in-the-kitchen/