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  • Mhm, mm hmm.

  • Mhm.

  • Hello everybody welcome to Tokyo kitchen chats and I'll take your creative play if you guys don't know.

  • This is Natasha, she is my camera co host all of everything from Tokyo creative Play where I host the channel over there.

  • What are you doing today?

  • We're making a meat pie as per your request.

  • I was thinking maybe we can make something singaporean, maybe something japanese, me pie.

  • I just haven't had a pie in forever.

  • And I thought pull better to us than my domestic goddess friend with a kitchen chats, serious domestic goddess.

  • I quite like that.

  • Thank you.

  • If you guys didn't also know Natasha is going to be leaving Japan quite soon and we can talk about our time together while we create a big old pie.

  • Nice.

  • Sounds like a real time.

  • I'll go through the ingredients as we go.

  • I'm just using a recipe I found off the internet as usual.

  • And yeah, just a take this video as it comes, we'll see how we go.

  • So the first thing we wanna do is peel potatoes, those potatoes on top of the pie, we're not making a normal pie, We're making a pastry bottomed shepherd's pie style thing.

  • So pastry on the bottom potato on the top, a little bit of mash.

  • So that's, that's the kind of thing that we're going for.

  • The first thing we gotta do is peel some potatoes.

  • Okay, These potatoes were on special, but they're a little bit old.

  • So hopefully they turn out okay, we just peel it into the bowl a little bit of a keel.

  • Yeah, Natasha and I have been working together the two, yeah, because I started in 2018, August, So I still feel like it's the beginning of 2020, I feel like I'm completely lost track of what time it is right now in life has been a weird year, but I feel like I've known you for so long.

  • Yeah, I don't know why it's gonna be so weird not having you in my life and in that way you're in a work way to work way is really awesome that we became friends through work because I don't think most people have the privilege of being great friends with the people.

  • That, that's very true.

  • I think we're quite lucky.

  • Oh, this one's nasty.

  • Look at that.

  • Hey, if it's cheap, I'll get it.

  • Do you consider yourself a cheap person?

  • Uh, not as she with you.

  • I'm probably, I know where I want to spend my money and I make so much money, but I do know, excuse me?

  • How do you know how much money I may?

  • She's like separate shoes of revenue.

  • So I'm getting, you're assuming that I make a lot on each of those streams.

  • Yeah, I'm fine.

  • Yeah, I'm fine.

  • But I'm saying it's like Emma could buy expensive, like that potatoes.

  • Yeah, she just doesn't want to.

  • Yeah.

  • And therefore she has to peel all the little black things that come with.

  • Yeah, I mean it's fine.

  • It's just a little bit of extra effort.

  • There's nothing wrong with these potatoes.

  • Yeah, I would say like I do like to see if I understand, but I'm not as frugal as Emma, I love saving.

  • You know, I know that a lot of people out there compensate very, very, very lucky position where I can, but definitely I think like, and actually treat herself a little bit more.

  • I treat myself treat myself a little bit more.

  • I could get more expensive potatoes.

  • I could get like an extra soda every now and then, but little bits every here and there like add up.

  • This is the frugal mindset.

  • I think it's potato.

  • Yeah, but let's say they're not at all.

  • You got our potatoes potatoes, they gotta be washed under the tap.

  • Okay, so go for it.

  • So I should probably be boiling some water right about now.

  • You should boil the potatoes with the water so they boiled evenly through.

  • Oh, all right, well we need to cut them into smaller pieces because otherwise they're gonna take you say that a million years to, sorry?

  • Yeah, I'll just do it into quarters.

  • I remember the first day I met you remember on that one hot summer's day when you walked always with this and you were late, but like you were super sweaty and I was like, oh my God, that's Toki Doki.

  • So nice to meet you with your hand like dripping from our handshake.

  • No, but I was just like, she looks like she walked here before I came to Japan.

  • I had to research about the company.

  • So I watched some of the Tokyo creative play videos that were already like the very first view.

  • Oh yeah, I'm going to meet this goal today.

  • Yeah.

  • I was just like, oh she, she is as nice as she seems on camera.

  • Oh gosh, yeah, thank you for saying that.

  • I'm like trying to figure out a way to put in a joke.

  • That's like I paid you to say that I wish you wouldn't dunk how much water cover them.

  • Yeah, so we have to wait for those to cook for a little while.

  • So I was thinking of making you a beverage.

  • I'm making you an image juice, mint soda, wow, I've never had one of those.

  • I made my own in my juice this year.

  • Can you get the giant jar from the fridge?

  • I will go two.

  • They got in.

  • How can he got it and get some fresh mint.

  • Okay, here I go.

  • It is, you want to smell it?

  • That and we're strong.

  • Mhm.

  • Actually I might tie my hair up.

  • Natasha's new hair is adorable by the way.

  • So I got my fresh mint from the garden.

  • Actually got this meant from a factory down the road that had mental stole it.

  • I ripped them out because it was completely overrun with mint because mint is basically like a weed.

  • Okay.

  • Um And then yeah I just put it in some water, let the roots grow and then here we are.

  • I'm just gonna tear him up a little bit, pop them in the cup.

  • You make this drink for yourself all the time.

  • I actually yeah, I really like it.

  • And if friends come over I'm like, oh the one fancy drink, I can make my juices really strong.

  • I know I spelled it.

  • It's very strong.

  • So you just need Yeah but that much.

  • Mhm.

  • We're gonna just take this and just if I can just just get the leaves and crush them up a little bit of the back of experience.

  • Ooh.

  • Mhm.

  • Sounds like summer.

  • Yeah.

  • I feel that science makes the least fluid after the top science.

  • I can't mm.

  • Oh okay.

  • It's actually pretty bomb it's like very light, very light and refreshing.

  • It's just a hole.

  • Does it do anything?

  • It's supposed to but it sounds like this.

  • So the next thing we're gonna work on is the minutes and the interior of the pie, the ingredients we're gonna be using for this R1 on yard 500 g of mints.

  • You know we got that ketchup which is the sauce.

  • I know it's twister ship beef stock but instead we're using chicken stock.

  • But instead of chicken stock we're using not chicken.

  • It's like a vegan stock.

  • It's fine.

  • Some kind of stuck I guess salt and pepper a little bit of flour.

  • So the first thing I'm gonna do is I'm gonna just cut and I guess dice an onion.

  • You cry when you chop onions.

  • Yes.

  • And let's have something called in my mouth.

  • You ever done that one?

  • What's your technique for onion chop?

  • I chop it and stand as far as I can like that.

  • And also I don't cut the end.

  • Yeah, I got that from Emma.

  • The not cutting the India, ignore how I cut onions then really far whales chops.

  • It's fine.

  • I just want to say anything about your onion shopping skills because I don't, I don't do it in the safest way possible.

  • Yeah.

  • Bring the onion frying on you on, you need to weigh out 500 g of beef.

  • Also there is an onion in between my toes.

  • I don't like this.

  • I was reminiscing today on stream.

  • I think we have the same favorite trip.

  • It was just such a good trip.

  • So beautiful.

  • Oh my God.

  • And the activities that was so fun and I think that just like being traveling with just us and like kind of go and surely it's just like solid.

  • Yeah, it was just like a little, a little holiday basically.

  • Yeah, times you know, even though it's traveling for work, it can really feel like work.

  • I look cool too.

  • I think that was really great.

  • Yeah.

  • Cool Man, August six Suki on a bag of Suki.

  • Yeah, cool man.

  • All got sick Suki kinds of Kruger Suki.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, but if I if I was traveling with my I always know that it was gonna be a fun time.

  • Oh sweet.

  • Thanks.

  • Seriously.

  • I recently found out about the Emma and Natasha ship.

  • I saw some comments about that thing.

  • I don't know.

  • Okay, thank you so much for measuring a little beef.

  • I'm going to now pour into the frying pan.

  • You owe me a favor.

  • Uh Oh yeah, I do.

  • We have to wait for this to brown.

  • But what we're doing that we could measure out our sources source.

  • We need a quarter cup of tomato sauce.

  • Two teaspoons of water ready?

  • Ready?

  • Yeah, so I'm gonna go back to Singapore.

  • I'm gonna have like 14 days of Isolation, like complete quarantine.

  • And you're gonna be at home or you're gonna be like the hotels.

  • So I get to be at home because I'm a resident.

  • I've already started bookmarking shows and everything on the line and I'm just gonna spend 14 days going absolutely nothing to uh two teaspoons.

  • It's too hi, ice she had.

  • So we're going to add the stock Cube sources and seasons and 3/4 of a cup of water.

  • The sauce.

  • Constance.

  • Mhm.

  • Okay, well stop, cute.

  • And then seasonings, which is just from the pepper.

  • Mhm.

  • Okay.

  • Mhm.

  • There we go.

  • Secondary.

  • Salting me to turn it down a bit.

  • We just want a cigarette And I'm just gonna leave that for about 15 minutes.

  • So we just got this from the grocery store, it's just a high sheet and they come like this uh individually Rent.

  • Oh we gotta roll these out, we get two of these, I reckon two would be good enough.

  • Mhm.

  • Oh should I flour the surface?

  • I'm just so lazy.

  • Okay, do you cook much at home?

  • Oh like I try to but I'm not very good at it, I just made whatever's easiest like I eat a lot of frozen goes up because it's so cheap here, it's so easy to and it tastes so good.

  • Yeah, I I understand that.

  • There we go, oh it feels so nice and satisfying like a little blanket.

  • Okay, let's put this aside, we're gonna focus on the music blend flour and the remaining water uh to meet in five minutes.

  • Okay.

  • Okay, added the flour and extra water, mix it all together thick.

  • How about we trim the pine trim the edges to be honest.

  • Sure.

  • Oh you got it.

  • My lifelong dream of finally being on a kitchen chair finally here.

  • Oh my God, it's my dream to me, Emma, it feels really different because you're on a different channel.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, it's like I think I realized that when I got everyone to film for the TC olympics and everyone did and I'll throw in their own way, just say oh I forgot that everyone does in a different way because I'm just so used to Emma saying in one way, I guess it's so cute.

  • Um Oh, this is beautiful.

  • Thank you.

  • Can you put it up there on the rack?

  • This actually made me a heart.

  • Are you going to cook it?

  • I don't know how.

  • So we're just making some mashed potatoes.

  • Just give him a general mash.

  • I need that thing.

  • I've been mashing with a fork.

  • Oh God, that's hell man.

  • That's how So we need butter, butter the queen.

  • Uh he had some something pepper please.

  • I haven't been called out for my life of places in a long time.

  • Lots of pep.

  • There's some fine pepper.

  • Really like to housewives telling you how to bake a pie.

  • Look at this.

  • This is your two housewife.

  • Simulate it.

  • A little tasting.

  • You should also try the filling.

  • Okay.

  • It's more of something.

  • So yeah, it needs a lot of salt.

  • Yeah.

  • So good.

  • So good.

  • Right, that's great.

  • Mm hmm.

  • Alright, okay.

  • You guys ready to assemble.

  • Okay, do you want to do this bit?

  • Which part do you want to do?

  • I'll watch you.

  • You watch, Yeah.

  • Okay, go and meet notice.

  • It looks a little little little little Like felt like 500 g was too little, but I was like, you know what it's fine.

  • You have to put a lot of potato on top.

  • Let's give you a weird ratio body, just like icing a cake.

  • Yeah, but it's a pie.

  • Okay.

  • However you want to style the fine.

  • Yeah, I like the yellow.

  • I like the way I like the whole thing when it's in my sight.

  • I like the egg, eggs for my breakfast.

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