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Lor
Oct 9, 2006



I watch a bunch of street food videos on youtube, and some of them are in languages I don't speak - so can you help me translate?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWLC_Z9rKxY

Edit: Apparently CTRL+Enter posts, who would have known!

Also post your own youtube videos you want translated

Lor fucked around with this message at 20:23 on Jan 20, 2022

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McGavin
Sep 18, 2012

av paid for by the firensd of lowtax spine foundation

, you flithy pig


I need someone to translate "mutton biryani" into English ASAP.

Sid Vicious
Jan 1, 1970



thats sheep and rice friend

Seth Pecksniff
May 27, 2004
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it looks like Lucknow Famous Lalla Mutton Biryani Rs. 320/- Full Plate l Lucknow Street Food

Sid Vicious
Jan 1, 1970



just so you know Ctrl+Enter posts (:

Lor
Oct 9, 2006



Sid Vicious posted:

just so you know Ctrl+Enter posts (:

Thank you buddy, I learned that the hard way =D

Lor
Oct 9, 2006



Also this is an open thread, if you have any korean or thai or polish or norwegian or whatever recipes you want translating then go ahead

Xaintrailles
Aug 14, 2015

:hellyeah::histdowns:

I can speak foreign.

e: Seems like this guy can't though, I'm not getting a word.

Torquemada
Oct 21, 2010

Drei Gläser


Guessing what the hell stuff is is half the fun! I watched some Chinese guy parboil the leg of a completely unidentifiable animal the other day, super relaxing.

Icept
Jul 11, 2001



I'm more of a Lucklater kind of guy, I don't think that much instant gratification is healthy for you :)

Lor
Oct 9, 2006



Torquemada posted:

Guessing what the hell stuff is is half the fun! I watched some Chinese guy parboil the leg of a completely unidentifiable animal the other day, super relaxing.

You are 100% not wrong, I just want to know after the fact what things are =D

Bula Vinaka
Oct 21, 2020

beach side


just watched this whole thing a bit earlier

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1y5K73cMGQ

(Samarkand, Uzbekistan)

Lor
Oct 9, 2006



Bula Vinaka posted:

just watched this whole thing a bit earlier

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1y5K73cMGQ

(Samarkand, Uzbekistan)

I saw that a few days ago, and I'd love to know what they're saying - when they say things occasionally.

Seth Pecksniff
May 27, 2004
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Bula Vinaka posted:

just watched this whole thing a bit earlier

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1y5K73cMGQ

(Samarkand, Uzbekistan)

I don't watch long rear end videos normally but I did watch this one and i was enthralled

Lor
Oct 9, 2006



Seth Pecksniff posted:

I don't watch long rear end videos normally but I did watch this one and i was enthralled

There's lots like this from loads of different countries

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBTdA5wp7jQ

Doctor Dogballs
Apr 1, 2007

driving the fuck truck from hand land to pound town without stopping at suction station



pretty sure its oatmeal with pickled mice

Steakandchips
Apr 30, 2009



Lor posted:

I watch a bunch of street food videos on youtube, and some of them are in languages I don't speak - so can you help me translate?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWLC_Z9rKxY

Edit: Apparently CTRL+Enter posts, who would have known!

Also post your own youtube videos you want translated

Things the biryani seller said:

He's been doing this for 35 years.
Each day he cooks 70kg of rice and 30kg of mutton in the biryani.
It's available between 4pm and 10pm.
The key to a good biryani is cleanliness and sourcing the best ingredients.

Valko
Sep 17, 2015



Bula Vinaka posted:

just watched this whole thing a bit earlier

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1y5K73cMGQ

(Samarkand, Uzbekistan)

This is a crazy coincidence. I too just discovered Pure Life/Cool Daddy and I've been watching all day.

Here's one where they make a big pilaf for a wedding in something that looks more like a hot tub than a cooking vessel.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpWacNCKmJE

Doctor Dogballs
Apr 1, 2007

driving the fuck truck from hand land to pound town without stopping at suction station



Valko posted:

This is a crazy coincidence. I too just discovered Pure Life/Cool Daddy and I've been watching all day.

Here's one where they make a big pilaf for a wedding in something that looks more like a hot tub than a cooking vessel.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpWacNCKmJE

what is that yellow vegetable they put in, right after the meat? it doesnt have a caption like the other ingredients

ChunTheUnavoidable
Sep 27, 2021



Thats rice op

Funky See Funky Do
Aug 20, 2013
STILL TRYING HARD

Learning to cook huge quantities of rice and sheep to impress the tiny and childlike (but adult!!) cartoon girl I lust after.

Sid Vicious
Jan 1, 1970



my kids love these videos thank you so much i have been in spiderman and cocomelon hell for weeks

Valko
Sep 17, 2015



Doctor Dogballs posted:

what is that yellow vegetable they put in, right after the meat? it doesnt have a caption like the other ingredients

Mirza - Uzbek golden carrots. The are shorter, fatter and apparently sweeter than orange carrots.

I'm surprised there was no onions or garlic in it. I've seen recipes where they use an entire bulb for a family size pot.

Bula Vinaka
Oct 21, 2020

beach side


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moroccan_cuisine

Doctor Dogballs
Apr 1, 2007

driving the fuck truck from hand land to pound town without stopping at suction station



Valko posted:

Mirza - Uzbek golden carrots. The are shorter, fatter and apparently sweeter than orange carrots.

I'm surprised there was no onions or garlic in it. I've seen recipes where they use an entire bulb for a family size pot.

yeah seems weird not to have onions at least. if it was me it would have a fuckload of onions.

Valko
Sep 17, 2015




I checked that link and looked at ingredients and they have preserved butter called smen. I was thinking that was an unfortunate name but it turns out they have a flatbread called M'semen.

"Mmm... Semen!"

I reminds me of a local kebab shop here and the owner decided Cummin was a clever play on words.

Sid Vicious
Jan 1, 1970



im hooked on these giant Uzbek chef videos now thank you

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Torquemada
Oct 21, 2010

Drei Gläser


Do not translate. Theres the occasional subtitles, but this is a really chill hour of great looking pork curry udon.

https://youtu.be/-HVFDAikyHM

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