This Vlogger Prepares Elaborate Lunches At The Office (Video)


By Cooking Panda

Everybody has had that one co-worker in their life … You know, the one that seems to think it’s appropriate to bring the most pungent food of all time to the office, heat it up in the microwave to make it extra fragrant, and then eat it smack in front of your face (video below).

Different cultures have different cuisines, and with different cuisines come different smells, and that is OK. What is unacceptable is taking any kind of supremely smelly food (even if it’s a nice smell!) into a small, cramped space and forcing everybody around you to breathe in the aroma of your meal while you chow down in a professional setting. It’s distracting.

But there are exceptions — for badass women, apparently.

Meet Little Ye. She’s a Chinese vlogger who couldn’t care one iota about conventions in the office, and has made an array of videos showcasing how she brings not only her lunch to her office, but all the cookware she requires to prepare her lunch — and then cooks elaborate meals right at her desk on camera.

What makes some of her videos so entertaining is the sheer creativity she has. While many people eat the same, uninspired lunch for countless days of the week (because it’s practical, or easy, or just what a loved-one took the time to prepare for you), Little Ye creates and consumes so many different meals at her office!

What’s more, you get to watch all of Little Ye’s co-workers go about their workdays seemingly totally unimpressed (or maybe at this point just desensitized) by her elaborate cooking methods and lunch meals. Something about watching a bunch of folks just concentrating on their work and computers while she straight up chows down is hilarious and satisfying.

What do you eat for lunch at the office?

Source: Little Ye/YouTube / Photo Credit: Little Ye/YouTube

Tags: chinese food, little ye, office lunch, vlogger, YouTube
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This Food Vlogger Tried The World’s Spiciest ‘Death Noodles,’ And It Didn’t End Well (Video)


By Cooking Panda

You may consider yourself a fan of spicy foods, but one YouTuber is taking it to the next level — a level so intense, in fact, that the amount of spice he consumed caused him to go temporarily deaf (video below).

Yes, really.

Meet Ben Sumadiwiria, a Berlin-based food vlogger who recently took a trip to Jakarta, and posted a video to his YouTube channel Awesome Eats which shows him inhaling a plate of noodles.

The dish, nicknamed “Death Noodles” in the video, is so-named due to the staggering 100 bird’s eyes chilis that go into making just a single plate. For context, that ranks 20 million points on the Scoville scale, which is used to measure heat and spice; for further context, that is 17.8 million more points than the world’s hottest chili, the Carolina Reaper, scores.

So, are you wondering why, exactly, Sumadiwiria decided it would be a good idea to try this dish, and record the attempt? Probably. But he never really tells you. Instead, he’s just documented the entire experience for our morbid curiosity.

You’re probably not surprised to hear that it didn’t go well; after eating the dish, Sumadiwiria is seen sweating, cursing, and even claims that he went temporarily deaf. Cold water and soothing milkshakes didn’t help to assuage the burn, either.

Watch the entire experience happen below:

Sources: Awesome Eats/YouTube / Photo credit: Kimchi Mom

Tags: chili, death noodles, spicy, vlogger, YouTube
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