Vimeo and a new (old) cooking video

Strawberries are making their return appearance at farmers market across the country.  Here’s a fabulous–and fabulously easy–recipe to turn them into a three-star dessert.

I posted this homemade video nearly a year ago here on Chez Pim, but the quality of that original video was quite appalling I’m surprised it got any viewing at all.  I’m reposting it again on a spiffy new video hosting service Vimeo.  I discovered them very recently thanks to a bunch of hilarious short videos on Boing Boing.  Vimeo streams far better quality videos than other services I’ve tried.

So, here’s a new (old) recipe to greet new berries and the new season.  Have fun watching!

Delicious Digg Facebook LinkedIn reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Email Print Friendly

5 Responses to “Vimeo and a new (old) cooking video

  • Christine said:
    April 17th, 2008 at 10:05am

    The video was fun to watch and the video quality was great. I love this recipe – I can almost smell the jamaica. I think I’ll try it soon and maybe add a dollop of creme fraiche to each serving.

  • rini said:
    April 17th, 2008 at 3:16pm

    hi pim . this recipe looks fun
    do you know where can i find the jamaica?
    does whole food or any mexican market has it?

  • Maggie said:
    April 19th, 2008 at 8:13pm

    I love hibiscus! My neighbor used to sneak it in her lemonade and we would bug her to know what the secret ingredient was, her lemonade was the best. Finally, I found out.
    I was wondering what your kitchen countertops are made of. I’m building a kitchen this year and I love the look of your counters.
    BTW, if you don’t have a Caribbean or Latino market you can often find plain hibscus tea in the herbal teas. Or even try Celestial Seasons Red Zinger (it just has other herbs in it too). I’m a hibiscus junky.

  • Chez US said:
    April 22nd, 2008 at 9:38pm
  • Phil & Lin said:
    April 27th, 2008 at 3:21am

    Hi Pim,
    Had your strawberries with hibicus yesterday as a special desert – our local wholefood shop stocks them – a sensational flavour! also had separately on the desert plate with them a few raw blueberries with slivers of orange and lime Belgian chocolate – a simple fabulous combination!!!
    Phil & Lin
    London UK

Leave a Reply