Carla Makes Hasselback Butternut Squash | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appétit

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, November 8, 2017
  • Looking for that side you eat with your eyes, mouth, and tastebuds? Look no further than this hasselback butternut squash. Tales will be told of this Thanksgiving for years to come!Get the recipe: haven’t subscribed to Bon Appetit on YouTube? ►► BON APPÉTITCook with confidence using Bon Appetit’s kitchen tips, recipes, videos, and restaurant guides. Stay current on the latest food trends, dining destinations, and hosting ideas. Carla Makes Hasselback Butternut Squash | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appétit


  • mbm2355  1 years ago

    You know what Brad and Carla have in common? They just explain things to me like I'm a friend.. hanging out. Like, same tone, cadence.. grammer you would use with a friend. Its the secret sauce methinks.

  • BubblewrapHighway  2 months ago

    Yeah, videos of people who talk like they're in a Crest commercial just drive me nuts. I love the casual attitude here, seems like a dope place to work.

  • lawrence wei  9 months ago

    That's all the bon Appétit producers

  • is that brad in the background?

  • fprosk  1 years ago

    It's david hasselback

  • Rylin Gauvin  1 years ago

    Internet Shaquille yes it is

  • Nicolle  1 years ago

    Carla in the foreground!

  • SrMaradei  1 years ago

    You know what is awesome with ba videos? They show that they screw up too. Awesome recipe. Keep up the good work.

  • Billy Moran  26 days ago

    Exactly! And they just roll with it :3

  • Molly Martin  1 years ago

    She literally called me out in the first few seconds of this video haha

  • Liz Lorenzsonn  1 years ago

    Hehehe. Carla is my favorite. But yes, "BrAaaAAaaaD in the BackgrouNNNnnnd" because he's dreamy.

  • (the trick didn't work because that knife is curved.)

  • Anna Furberg  11 months ago

    Yeah a cutting board or a wooden ladel would work

  • asdfghjkl9260  11 months ago

    hasselback is a swedish recipe. Here we usually put another cuttingboard right next to the potato on the other cuttingboard instead of skewers.

  • Kevin Phelan  1 years ago

    I don't think anyone at BA actually knows what a tablespoon of olive oil looks like.

  • BubblewrapHighway  2 months ago

    They just use a nonstandard definition: "Enough olive oil to cover the surface of a table."

  • simplyridiculous  1 years ago

    Chef has tablespoon of fat? They definitely meant triple that.

  • Garrett Mitchell  1 years ago

    bRAd In thE baCkgroUnD?

  • Twelve20two  1 years ago

    no, is bread

  • human50centipede  1 years ago

    idk why but im really loving this lady's vibe

  • JuanD019 POTGS  1 years ago

    human50centipede you want some lucio oh's?