Meat Expert Guesses Cheap vs Expensive Deli Meats | Price Points | Epicurious

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In this episode of 'Price Points', Epicurious challenged meat expert Elias Cairo of Olympia Provisions to guess which one of two deli meats was more expensive. Cairo breaks down cuts of salami, ham, bologna, mortadella, hot dogs, sausages, and prosciutto. For each round of deli meats, Cairo visually scans, smells, and taste tests each meat before guessing which deli meat costs more. Once the prices were revealed, Cairo explains why a specific deli meat costs more and dives into specifics on what to look for in a deli meat.
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Christopher Powers
Christopher Powers 5 ساعات قبل
interesting stuff!
JDWHIT$ 12 ساعات قبل
Since when is Salami a "quality" meat? LOL
Phillip Fitchew
Phillip Fitchew 14 ساعات قبل
The bologna comparison was more apples to oranges, imo. The pistachios in that mortadela probably cost >$4/lb by themselves.
Avery Sucharski
Avery Sucharski 18 ساعات قبل
should be titled “The video your local deli doesn’t want you to see”
Zoey B.
Zoey B. 21 ساعات قبل
Why did this need to be a video. Anyone can tell very obviously what is better/more expensive. Just a money grab. Sad
ResidentEvil302 rican215
ResidentEvil302 rican215 22 ساعات قبل
I can tell which 1s r more expensive n im no meat expert its common sense
Flavio 22 ساعات قبل
Salame .. not salami
FranT ChemPhys
FranT ChemPhys 23 ساعات قبل
You guys keep calling salami to every tube shaped meat you find lmao That's called salchichon, salami is way different and cheaper
Jason Reborn
Jason Reborn أيام قبل
Sometimes whenever I put different meat in my mouth I can taste all the parts of the animal. Especially the otter where I imagine putting my mouth on it and sucking it infinitely. Just think about how lovely that must be. hhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Kelly Marie
Kelly Marie أيام قبل
American meats are sad.
Imie Nazwisko
Imie Nazwisko أيام قبل
I almost misread meet expert and thought I'll find social help.
H. A.
H. A. أيام قبل
This guy knows his meats, but I'm not convinced until I see a blindfold taste test and see him confuse chicken for fish !
aleksandersucharski أيام قبل
i'm a vegetarian. how did i end up watching this? XD
loop general
loop general أيام قبل
Beware , meat consumption can lead to baldness !
Coyote8TC أيام قبل
you *could* say hes a meat expert
Gage Richardson
Gage Richardson أيام قبل
All I do is beat my meat this boy smells it.
Samantha Sousa
Samantha Sousa أيام قبل
Heyyy its Brad's friend!!!
Fr Lo
Fr Lo أيام قبل
“naiiiled it”
Just Javiel
Just Javiel أيام قبل
I had great guesses ...no wonder nathans are so good
manzzz with the planzzz
manzzz with the planzzz أيام قبل
What a sausage fest!
Jian Huang
Jian Huang 2 أيام قبل
where can i buy that bologna? it looks really great
Olli Laitila
Olli Laitila 2 أيام قبل
not really usefull expert here, I would tell the difference in every product too and i don't know anything about meat
Do they always tell these experts to repeat themselves just to add too the length of the video.... stupid question, of course they do!
Matttt 2 أيام قبل
that thing he calls "bologna" is the most disgraceful thing for an italian
Matttt 2 أيام قبل
Like some german said there is no difference between porto bello mushrooms and truffles, best wishes !
Death Cube
Death Cube 2 أيام قبل
The meat man lives another day...
Ziax 2 أيام قبل
I'm glad someones talking about the mouthfeel
chapa quente do Vlad
chapa quente do Vlad 2 أيام قبل
the Picture of the video kinda scares me cause he s just staring into my soul 0-o weird
Toxified Sushi
Toxified Sushi 2 أيام قبل
How tf can you guess what wood it’s cooked with
Maddux Null
Maddux Null 2 أيام قبل
Ron Swanson
Aculturación Sin
Aculturación Sin 2 أيام قبل
Can there be another AR-vids ?
Gubber Nubbets
Gubber Nubbets 2 أيام قبل
so you could say he plays with his meat?
kaunas888 3 أيام قبل
With the highest quality Spanish cured ham, the pigs spend their lives outside among acorn trees eating acorns. There are different qualities depending on how long they eat only acorns, but the Spanish just love it and it is very tasty. In Spain it is actually not that expensive so normal folks eat it.
kaunas888 3 أيام قبل
Nitrates, added to meat to make it look pinker, is actually unhealthy and promotes stomach cancer.
ivanm10 3 أيام قبل
Now bring in the SPAM expert😆
Ravenous Basilisk
Ravenous Basilisk 3 أيام قبل
Not into cased sausages actually
Asad Awawdeh
Asad Awawdeh 3 أيام قبل
Never knew meat had such a deep meaning
Sam Cheeseman
Sam Cheeseman 3 أيام قبل
It's telling that no wine expert has taken up the challenge
jacobleblanc27 3 أيام قبل
I like how he is an expert but not a big snob. He still appreciates the good qualities of the cheaper products.
Robert Daniel
Robert Daniel 3 أيام قبل
Thanks to Elias. In a world now of ridiculously stupid TV, this for me rises straight to the top. I am instantly interested in all the terrific experience you have shared with us that helps to preserve and defend, and even validate the struggle of love and extra pride and effort to produce quality over quantity within a market saturated by mass production by cost-cutting short cut counterfeiters who pretend equivalence of their inferior product which they've merely disguised with the same names to resemble their much more inspiring contemporaries, and be shown how they don't even come close. I would love a show that more deeply showcases, educates, and celebrates the real ingredients and process of culinary artistry inherent in producing the greatest quality experience. I want to know what market forces affect prices, and be shown consistently the fallacy of money, and how price alone is hardly an accurate heuristic representing genuine quality. We have "How Things are Made." We need more to show us "How Things are Made Best." Delve in and show us the essence of what "not-so-secret" but rare factors produce quality compared to those that detract. Discover and showcase the best producers in the culinary art experience - completely ignorant of false market factors, and show us the purity of what produces simple pleasure and enjoyment. What is quality, and what produces it? Celebrate quality. Those with the talent and ability and motivation and especially a fervent dedication to maintain the highest standards in order to humbly and stubbornly produce and share an elevated artistic culinary experience should be celebrated more in our culture. A show that truly enhances the quality of our lives - that educates us about what is inherently great, as well as challenges all of us to follow in the footsteps of that greatness - it raises the collective level of value of the product of special knowledge of effort, as well as awareness and personal value which challenges us to push through and ignore the shallow and manipulative spin of advertising and marketing, and think more accurately and critically to for ourselves in order to better understand what truly enhances our enjoyment of living. It motivates a demand for something much better than mediocrity and simple survival, and elevates appropriate collective demand for experiences in our lives which are more useful, more fulfilling. These make us hungry, both literally as well as figuratively to collectively seek to discover always something ever better today than what we ever had before. Those who cheat and seek selfish and shallow monetary profit that attempt to fool us and steal value for themselves from the increased value and quality of others by pretending equivalency without delivering anything close to it, offering lesser quality counterfeits under the same names should be exposed. Exposing lies contrasted by the truth is an invaluable public service. Increase the shame of this behavior with a powerful rebuke that better serves all who suffer within the flawed and shallow constraints of pure selfish market capitalism to see and better understand the fallacy inherent with attaining mere financial profit without the essential principles inherent in more functional community standards that bring a higher reward of fulfillment and satisfaction for everyone. Price is only one heuristic of quality, and a false one at that, which seldom represents a true and inherent quality of experience. Quality is not enhanced simply by the artificial raising of monetary price with ingredients and labor that arbitrarily raise the cost of production. Price is no more than a promise of quality, but it more often deceiving as an accurate promise of quality. Prices are affected coldly through competition, arbitrary supply and demand, and other market factors, but doesn't accurately justify what is truly best compared to another. These factors are massaged more in the markets by overwhelming and arbitrary forces of ignorance, than they are by the far more rare representation of wisdom and specialized experience. For every profit made, it requires as many or more uneducated fools to lose. How does the predominance of fools in a system produce an accurate heuristic of value? Does adding gold leaf to a pizza enhance the experience or flavor of that pizza? Of course not! It merely raises the monetary cost of its production. Prices mentioned here of the meats are somewhat meaningful, but much less impressive to me than the terrific comparisons and commentary and experience of Elias Cairo that demonstrates the real wizardry and attention to detail inherent in the highest quality products compared to more inferior ones with the same name. It is a fact that polishing a turd and calling it "a prosciutto" does not a prosciutto make. It is enjoyable to see an honest and experienced demonstration of why. I am far passed tired of the tremendously underwhelming prevalence of mediocre expertise saturating the airwaves with the overwhelming plethora of less-than-useful opinions and commentary that is essentially most ignorant, self-inflating, and unlearned. This humble presentation on the comparative quality of meats puts the entirety of modern media corporate giants to shame. We desperately need less ignorant and valueless screaming, and more good stuff like this to challenge us to genuine greatness. What makes America great again is less ignorant chanting of "USA, USA, USA," and more quiet men and women like Elias Cairo here who actually know something useful, and are kind enough to share it with others. I don't often bother to provide commentary to things like this, but it's sadly rare to see anything these days that motivates me to do so. Thanks for the quality moment. I don't even eat pork, but it's great to see it done right. Bravo!
John Rossitto
John Rossitto 3 أيام قبل
Love this guy
nickmoney 3 أيام قبل
At least it isn't pretentious insulting the cheaper product. Though even if you don't know meat you can tell which is more quality by seeing both next to each other.
leel zee
leel zee 3 أيام قبل
Did he eat them raw rofl
Lloyd Smart
Lloyd Smart 3 أيام قبل
What lovely blue eyes.
Manuel silva
Manuel silva 3 أيام قبل
Absolutely love this guy
CDN Adrian
CDN Adrian 3 أيام قبل
dude made me HUNGRY
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can we talk about the mouthfeel of a feminine penis?
jorgensenmj 3 أيام قبل
I'm calling a bunch of baloney on this.
Florian Meier
Florian Meier 3 أيام قبل
its a fact: no zupfer will ever ever get anything about taste. no. no way. never.
PelletFan 4 أيام قبل
Figuring out which bologna was more expensive must have been the hardest...Com on Man!
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