字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - Okay. Here I am. In my own kitchen. Filming myself. Which is weird. My name is Andrew, you might recognize me from the show Worth It, eating foods at different price points with my pals Steven and Adam. Or from the show Eating Your Feed where Adam, the same Adam, challenges me to recreate foods from the internet. And today I'm gonna be doing a little bit of both. Today I'm gonna be recreating one of my favorite dishes from Worth It, vinegar pie. "Wait, you guys never ate vinegar pie," some of you savvier viewers might say. In our pie episode at our second location, Underbelly, we're mainly eating this delicious carrot cake hand pie. The restaurant actually had a few other pies on the menu that they wanted us to try. This is the one that Adam is giddily poking at with his fork. Super delicious, and it explores a thing that I'm really obsessed with, which is the fundamentals of why something tastes good. Vinegar pie. Holy (beep). Doesn't sound like it should taste good. And yet this version was extremely delicious. To get a little more background on this dish, I'm going to be speaking with Victoria Dearmond from Underbelly about how it's made, where it came from, and how, how does it taste good, and why? Ah, wanna see my big frying pan? (pan dings) Hey Victoria, thanks for chatting with me. - Hey yeah, thanks Andrew, good to see you again. - Everybody that I've brought up this recipe to is like, "What kind of pie? A what pie?" - (laughing) Nine years of my life hearing, "A what pie?" - Yeah. - Every person that came into Underbelly, there were two things their server told them to get. Korean goat and dumplings, and it was the vinegar pie. And there's a lot of people that are like, "Man this thing is so weird but so good, but so good!" - Yeah. - Well I'll actually show you where I got the inspiration for it. It's called "Hillbilly Cookin'". Chef Chris Shepherd got from maybe a garage sale? So he just writes "yep" and "yes". The recipe itself is up to translation, I guess? A nubbin of butter. I made it at first with straight distilled vinegar. - Oh, interesting. - It was not good. So the whole point of it is, it's a pie that you can make when citrus isn't in season. So I use Steen's sugarcane vinegar and Korean double-strength apple vinegar. - Are you willing to share more of the recipe with me for me to recreate it or is it more of a secret? - Oh yeah, for sure! It's actually in Chris's book that came out. - Honestly, confession. That is probably my favorite pie I ate in the entire video. - I'm not mad about that confession. - Thanks for chatting and I'll let you know how it goes. - Send me a picture, can't wait to see it. - All right, bye. So it's another day. I've got the exact Korean apple vinegar. I wasn't able to get that second vinegar, but I was following the Underbelly recipe from their cookbook that used entirely just apple cider vinegar. And, since I'm exploring taste, why not do a side-by-side taste test with my American apple cider vinegar? Is that weird? (sniffing) (smacking lips) Maybe I regret this decision. Just the smallest of tastes. (whimsical music) Yeah. (coughing) Very vinegary. Also incredibly appley. By comparison, this is Bragg's. Mm. Much more, like, fermenty, kombucha-like. While this one tastes like an apple sour candy. That's great. But I have the exact vinegar I need. It's on to make the crust. So in the Underbelly book, it recommends using a hand mixer. I don't have a hand mixer, but I do have a stand mixer. As you can see, I don't have Adam here to follow me along so I'm moving the camera. I didn't realize how annoying that would be. Going to put it in some plastic wrap and leave it in the fridge. It's been 30 minutes, the dough is chill. It's time to put it in my tart pan. (chuckling) I'm gonna grab some flour for my surface. Ooh. That is a soft blob. This feels incredibly fragile. And now, I'm going to do the thing that I've only watched other people ever do. Going to try gently rolling this up. This is, I can already tell this is a huge mistake. And then unrolling it. Ooh. My dough is not a circle. So I'm filling in the cracks and crevices. This looks like crap. I know, I know what you're saying. You're not wrong. Next I have parchment, into which I will pour old beans to weigh down the crust. I'm now gonna put this in the oven for 15 minutes. Okay, it's been about 15 minutes. Time to check on the pie and remove the beans. It doesn't look done, but it doesn't look terrible. That could turn into a pie. 10 more minutes. It's been 10 minutes. Uh! I, I, I don't, I don't know. This looks like it doesn't wanna get any darker so I'm calling it there. The next step is to make the filling and that's when the vinegar comes into play. (clapping) I am not a very well-seasoned baker. What are the things I'm gonna mess up? - So that's the best part about this pie, meaning the worst. Every time you make it is totally different. - Okay. - So the biggest thing you wanna watch out for is that it is a cornstarch base so you do have to boil it. Like you gotta go for three-ish minutes. - And what happens if you don't do that? It, it'll be soup. - It'll be soup? Oh, interesting. Well maybe I'll invent vinegar soup, (laughing) if things don't go well. So starting off, four eggs. Two cups of sugar. Which, I mean, I guess desserts just have a lot of sugar. But I am, I don't know, a little surprised. Whisking this together until there are no more clumps. The magic ingredient part. 1/4 cup. Two cups of water. Yeah, this pan is definitely not large enough. Oh well. Lemon juice. Salt. Cornstarch. Okay, so now, bring this to a boil, whisking constantly. Did not realize how stressful baking was. I think this needs to like achieve the boil. 'Cause that's what the instructions say.