Calling all Queer Eye fans: if you're missing the Fab Five right about now, you can watch Antoni do what he does best on a new limited series with Netflix. "Show Me What You're Working With" will be available on Netflix's social accounts and Antoni will help viewers cook in each episode.
The online series will feature viewer submissions where they show Antoni the ingredients they already have laying around their kitchen. From there, Antoni will help them whip up a dish using the ingredients and will give them a step-by-step guide on how to prepare it.
🚨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
A post shared by Antoni Porowski (@antoni) on Apr 28, 2020 at 8:44am PDT
In the words of Antoni, "I prepare a dish from your video submissions with ingredients you dunno what the hell to do with." That kind of guidance is much needed these days, and we all need something binge-watch-worthy, so this short series is a perfect option.
From the sneak peek posted on Antoni's Instagram account, it looks like the first episode shows him teaching a couple how to make shakshuka. The ep is already up on Netflix's YouTube channel, and it features a couple that wanted advice about how to use chicken sausage and eggs in a more creative way—that's where Antoni's shakshuka came in.
The video is just around 12 minutes long and is super easy to follow, as it uses many ingredients that are common in households so you can totally cook along with the video, too. After his dish is all finished, Antoni takes a bite of it and exclaims, "That's a damn good dinner, or breakfast, or lunch, because what does it matter these days?" We couldn't agree more.
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