Friday, September 7, 2018

Erwan Heussaff Replies to Criticisms on His Version of Carbonara

Video courtesy of YouTube: Erwan Heussaff

73 comments:

  1. Ang pogi mapikon ni erwann hehehe

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    1. Why would Erwan counter the "reaction video" of legit Italian chefs over his BUTTERY CARBONARA version? Just why?

      They are real, legit and authentic Italian chefs who studied and labored for years in real kitchens. Just why again? Haha!

      Erwan must have been aware how ITALIANS are so privy and loyal to their recipes, tradition and cuisine.

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    2. 2:06 why not? it was his version of carbonara.

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    3. Pikon si erwan. Ayaw ma-criticize, eh youtuber sya, gusto nya lahat praises? Hingi sya tips kay anne bilang matagal na sa showbiz.

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    4. Agree 3:30, ang OA ni Erwan. May naniniwala ba diyan? Point for point pa talaga ang response.

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    5. He is a cook not a chef

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    6. Actually ganyan talaga mga Italians. May mga naka work ako before na mga Italians sobrang proud sila sa mga pasta nila at kinocorrect pa nila pag nakita nila na mali yung pag gawa ng pasta. Meron silang standard.

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    7. Hindi nmn sya napikon he was just explaining kasi un ung version nya.

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  2. Ako rin naglalagay ng butter and garlic, yun ang version ko eh! Leave me alone! Lol

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  3. Version nga nya. Hay netizen

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    1. sobrang sensitive ng italians pag dating sa recipes nila. ultimo paglagay ng asin sa pagpapakulo ng pasta akala mo nakapatay ka na sa reaksyon nila e.

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    2. Then he shouldn’t call it carbonara, because it’s not anymore, the way he does it.

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  4. wala akong ibang masabi kundi I love you Erwan

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  5. I remember watching The Two Greedy Italians on the Lifestyle Channel. There was one episode in the southern part of Italy where young Italian chefs were creating food fusion in their restaurant, but calling it by the same traditional Italian food term. The hosts, Carluccio (God rest his soul) and Genaro, remarked that if you they wanted to make a food fusion, by all means do it "BUT GIVE IT ANOTHER NAME." Especially the Italians, their traditional recipes ARE VERY SACRED. Ex. Putting ketchup on spaghetti sauce is fine, BUT DON'T CALL IT SPAGHETTI BOLOGNESE. Putting butter in pasta is fine, BUT DON'T CALL IT CARBONARA. #mytwocents

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    1. I agree @112 makukulit at strict yun mga older generation of Italian chefs.

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    2. Flour + egg = Pasta
      Flour + butter + egg = Pastry

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    3. Ganun din naman sa atin, we criticize each other's adobo. Yung iba may kamatis, may asukal, may sibuyas, etc.

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    4. I recently traveled in Milan, Venice & Rome pero hindi ako nasarapan sa mga restaurants na kinainan namin.

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    5. 4:50 agree. Hindi pasok sa panlasang pinoy ang maasim

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    6. 4:50 traditional Pinoy ka nga hahaha

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    7. @4:50 uncultured ka lang talaga

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    8. Baka naman Pinoy style ng pasta at pizza lang ang type mo. Sarap kaya ng real Italian food

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    9. may mga ilang tagong restaurants dun na masarap. pero di mo talaga magugustuhan pasta nila dun kasi maasim. parang shawarma lang yan. di mo rin magugustuhan yung sa uae kasi ibang iba lasa. unlike satin talagang inayun na sa panlasa ng Pinoy.

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    10. @450 maybe you ate at the wrong restuarant.

      For recommendations, You can check tripadvisor.

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    11. Yaan nyo na si 4:50 mga beks, it’s either na tourist trap sya or di nya talaga type ag lasa ng italian food. For me naman, masarap talaga sila magluto, yung simpleng noodle dish lang, nagagawa nilang sobrang special. Next time you go there bes, eat where the locals eat.

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    12. Hindi ko makain shawarma ng pinoy... minsan sweet pa yung bread...

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    13. Ako naman ayoko yung spaghetti ng Pinoy, ang tamis feeling ko kumakain na ako ng dessert. Actually di ko din gusto karamihan ng dessert ng Pinoy kasi wala ka nang ibang malasahan kundi tamis.

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  6. The Italian chefs had too much time on their hands

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    1. 1:13 so is commenter @1:12 LOL

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  7. Napagod ako sa panonood sa pag gawa nya nung pasta haha

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    1. Haha ngayon ko lang nalaman ganun pala paggawa ng pasta. Flour+egg lang pala.

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    2. Flour and egg lang pala so inisip kong gayahin. But in the end nahhh.. Bili nalang ako nung ready to cook haha

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    3. 2:36 fresh pasta is more savory and boils to al dente in less than 3 minutes. But even Italians prefer the dried pasta. History to dried pasta was to avoid spoilage during the war.

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  8. oh erwan is pangit and so is anne.

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    1. Wow! Ganda mo siguro no?

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    2. im sure maganda pa kili kili ni anne sa muka mo haha

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    3. Agree with your comment about Erwan but not Anne

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  9. Ginaya ko yung arroz caldo oats na recipe ni erwan. Hay ang sarap tapos mas healthy pa!

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    1. @2:10, Aroz means rice. How can you say Aroz caldo kung oats ang ginamit? Can i call a dish dinuguan kung walang dugo?

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    2. 2:52 lighten up. Tawagin nalang nating oats caldo para makatulog ka. He made a healthier version of arroz caldo using oats and mushrooms.

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    3. @2:52, His dishes are pretentious. I remember watching him make palabok with uni. Ugghhh...

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    4. Aroats caldo?

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    5. Mas porridge ata kung oats? Not sure

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    6. 2:52 hahaha naalala ko tuloy yung ginawa nyang taho. overrated tong si erwan kagaya ng mga restaurant nya na hindi tumatagal.

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    7. 624 in fairness, natawa ako sa yo. Nyahaha

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    8. I agree. Erwan is overrated. The food in his restaurants are overpriced.

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    9. He is not even a good cook to begin with. Tama yung sa taas na comment, very pretentious siya. Feeling ang galing galing.

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  10. Meh.

    Not appealing. Looks so bland.🤮

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  11. Feelingero ka kasi Erwan! Your restos all suck btw. Stop trying to be a "chef". Mas ok pa recipes ni Solenn.

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  12. he's not even a chef! goodness sake

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  13. Gagawa na lang ako ng Tomato Saucy Carbonara. Teka Spaghetti na lang kaya itawag ko. Hehehe. That's d point. Ibahin na lang ang pangalan para di nakakalito.

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    1. toinks! 6:15 dear, spaghetti is the pasta, carbonara is the sauce 🤦🏻‍♀️ nasanay ka ata na pag meat sauce spaghetti ang tawag hehe. any sauce basta spaghetti ang pasta na ginamit is called spaghetti ke white sauce pa yan o pasta negra o red tomato sauce

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    2. 9:06, did you get what 6:15 is implying or gusto mo lang magpaka righteous dito?

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    3. RIP sa comprehension skills ni 9:06

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  14. I don't like celebrity home cooking ang daming dadal I prepared home cooks in traditional ways..

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  15. Omg erwan ang annoying mo. Di ko makaya tapusin yung buong video kasi parang ang trying hard mo maging something na Di ko mapinpoint. Mas ok ka nung super low key ka lang

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  16. The review came from real Italian chefs. Not just one but three. Push mo pa na you did nothing wrong. A little humbleness won't hurt.

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  17. Of course they're gonna react kasi carbonara originated in Italy. This just reminds me how that Thai chef reacts to Gordon Ramsay's pad thai.

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  18. Naging husband lang sya ni Anne naging feeling sikat na

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  19. hay naku luto na lang tayo sinigang at tinola healthy pa and sariling atin.mamaya baka gawan ni erwan nga sariling version.ang erwan maging ewan nah

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  20. Kasi naman nagpapakachef eh hindi naman talaga chef

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  21. Meh. I think he's overrated.

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  22. I did not finish it.. Cringe..

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    1. Didn’t finish it either. Not even halfway!

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  23. Gayagaya ka lang naman lagi, mag taho ka na lanb

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  24. His friends are much more fun and interesting. Boring si Erwan, pikon at pretentious.

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  25. Ang Oa ni Erwan doon sa reaction niya, sobrang righteous niya. Accept criticism para naman yan sayo. Qt agree ako 2:01 he is boring pikon and pretentious.

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  26. Well explained di traditional ang ginawa nya. Totoo naman, dami version ng carbonarra at ibang dishes. Sa kanila egg yolk gamit, outside italy cream ang gamit. Same thing sa spaghetti bolognese/marinara tomato sauce na bland ang lasa cos homemade lahat from scractch/fresh. Nakakataw though, sa sinabi salt in the end parang steak. Haha. Pero in europe common may pepper at salt sa table, meaning lagi dagdag ng salt ang pepper in the end.

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  27. yaan natin kung ano gustong version natin ng carbonara. Mga iba pa nga soupy ang version nila.wAlang basagan ng trip

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