British car enthusiast and presenter James May cooks on Amazon Prime Video: “Oh Cook”.
James May can drive. Or so it seems as he and his two “Grand Tour” co-stars, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond, hit the gas pedal on behalf of Amazon, testing cars and exploring the streets and cultures of other countries. . Now the trips are over, you can’t even go out to eat anymore. Time to take care of the food yourself.
Stupid only when you can’t cook. But this deficiency does not prevent James May from making a show out of it. This is also understandable, given the degree of popularity of the British TV presenter, because May could successfully pass even a course in television knitting. On his show Oh Cook, available to watch on Prime Video from this Friday, the 57-year-old prepares some dishes (including chicken noodle soup) from his cookbook 60 Easy Recipes Any Idiot Can Make to the benefit of many – a good time. Because May is fun to watch, especially when she fails.
As a hobby cook you suffer, you experience pain (cutting onions!), growing anger, resignation, but also the joy that cooking can bring you. James May is learning, and the anti-chef who can barely heat up a couple of sausages is learning with him. According to May, after seven episodes, you should be “full of knowledge.” Marco WeiseAvailable on Amazon Prime Video
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