Here's What Would Happen If Your Favorite Directors Made Recipe Videos
Ever imagine what happen if you combined a cooking tutorial with Tarantino-level gore? YouTuber David Ma did, and the results are hilarious. You can now watch his #FoodFilms shot in the style of famous cult filmmakers, from the whimsical Wes Anderson to the explosive Michael Bay.
What If Tarantino Made Spaghetti & Meatballs?
This recipe video has all the Tarantino trademarks you've come to know and love — the iconic fight scene music, multi-part narratives, and graphic tomato juice that gushes out all over the place.
What If Michael Bay Made Waffles?
This waffle tutorial in the style of Michael Bay (responsible for the Transformers franchise) is everything you'd expect — dynamic shots and colossal explosions. Who knew that a stack of waffles could be so epic?
What If Wes Anderson Made S'mores?
This video inspired by Wes Anderson, director of Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest hotel, has all of the filmmaker's quirks. Learn how to make s'mores against a vibrant backdrop! Just like any Anderson film, it's beautifully framed and sure to tease out your inner child.
What If Alfonso Cuaron Made Pancakes?
Here's what happens when your favorite breakfast food and Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity meet, and the result is amazing. Flapjacks are suspended in midair as the "sun" rises over a square of melting butter. This is one recipe video that's simply out of this world!
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These quick and easy chicken quesadillas are the perfect, last-minute family dinner!
- 2 chicken breasts
- 1/2 cup of tomato sauce
- 1/2 cup of chives, chopped
- 1 tsp. of Mexican spice mix
- 4 Tortillas
- Salt, to taste
- Put shredded chicken breast, tomato sauce, chives, and mexican spice mix in a bowl and mix together.
- Lay out the tortillas. Place a slice of cheddar in the center, and cover with the chicken mix.
- Fold up tortillas, and heat in a frying pan until golden.