The Hungry Gringo
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  • My Home Life
    My Home Life 19 days ago

    My family and I always stop at the store for snacks cause we are starving. Well my husband always has to stop. And it seems so hard packing a cooler of snacks before we go out

  • ( O_〉O)?
    ( O_〉O)? Month ago

    *3 REASONS:* They're small as shit. They smell like shit. They taste like shit.

  • Un Tal Dex
    Un Tal Dex Month ago

    about the Target thing, you can get all that and more at an éxito, tools, medicines, batteries, kitchenware, liquor, toys, clothing, cellphones, computers, TVs...

  • Samir Tendulkar
    Samir Tendulkar 2 months ago

    I always have that debate to eat out or cook at home. I have a tech job and I love to cook. I actually have a cooking profile on khal.com and often add recipes there. There are 2 versions playing in my mind 1) Dude just grab something to eat and go to sleep early cooking will take forever you need to catch up on your sleep 2) Dude I need to save money I’ve been eating out for 2 days back to back. Plus if you cook dinner you will have lunch to take to office. Double saving 3) I don’t know why people say Mc Donald is cheap. I’ve very rarely come out without spending at least $10 I do actually loveto cook I mean come on I add recipes on a cooking site 4) Generally cooking is healthy. I am not sure if my cooking qualifies lol but I love decorating the plates I hate eating alone. At home I have roommates I pretend to love what I cook 5) I get to drink while I cook and drink while I eat. When I eat out I have to always drink carefully. I’m not worried about getting drunk I love that. I am worried about going broke I mean I am still juggling with the odds with at least 2 meals outside

  • Blue and Zoey Adventures

    Make more videos!

  • Jim Hastings
    Jim Hastings 3 months ago

    It's an interesting subject. I might have stayed for the whole video, but I cut it off after 1 minute. The background music is a major distraction.

  • ELY ORTIZ
    ELY ORTIZ 3 months ago

    yummy delicios I will made it ahora mismo!!!!!!! ! tengo nucha hambre gracias amigos thanks .

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo 29 days ago

      Con gusto! Es un opción muy fácil cuando necesitas una proteína y no tienes tiempo.

  • Margarita Cortez
    Margarita Cortez 4 months ago

    I love tea!

  • Margarita Cortez
    Margarita Cortez 4 months ago

    The pit it does work...

  • Shalima mb
    Shalima mb 4 months ago

    Really? Vinaigrette with mayo?

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo 29 days ago

      If you use the right amount, it works very well as an emulsifier and doesn't affect the taste. Sounds weird but actually works!

  • Lucila Martin
    Lucila Martin 5 months ago

    Hi! I'm from Argentina and being late is not good!

  • Brainiac: An MediaAvi Studio

    Your back!

  • Teffy Ruiz
    Teffy Ruiz 7 months ago

    No se como llegue aqui pero me gusto 😜😋

  • Katie Bug
    Katie Bug 7 months ago

    I always eat out because it’s convenient but I have no money so this has really helped me!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo 29 days ago

      I'm really happy to hear that! Let me know what you cook.

  • Candi Cane
    Candi Cane 8 months ago

    We quit eating out and I cook daily. I love it and it saves money. I do have to meal plan and I don’t mind at all. Great video!

  • L
    L 9 months ago

    Interesting video, cool idea.

  • mssn316
    mssn316 9 months ago

    Everything you said is right. Went to a fancy expensive restaurant and came out hungry. My friend wanted to go to subway right after because their portions are so small, it didn't fill us up and we were really disappointed.

  • the truth
    the truth 10 months ago

    Hh..nice.n funy

  • T A
    T A 11 months ago

    Thanks Hungry gringo all you said ia so true.

  • Brittany Nguyen
    Brittany Nguyen Year ago

    This video cracked me up! Also this video is a lifesaver! My husband bought the 'wrong' avocado for a dinner party this weekend and I am glad I found this video to make it work out. 😁😁😁

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo 11 months ago

      So glad you liked it! The best way to learn how to improvise in the kitchen is buy accidentally buying the wrong ingredients. Do you use it in a dip?

  • gwright2001
    gwright2001 Year ago

    You must be the douche bag typical American flyover state resident that needs to take 2 or 3 more meals home or you feel cheated. Stuff your face with one item, take the rest home. OR, you can actually sample a few things and enjoy many items in one sitting. You just don't get it, and are cheap. You dont want to enjoy a culinary experince, you want to eat until you shit yourself? Sorry its lost on you. Maybe try it again, and it may make sense.

  • Cassendre Xavier Music

    I hate tapas/ small plate/shared style restaurants, they're the opposite of my favorite: authentic Chinese restaurants, where you get a nice, *full* meal (and I'm a big eater!) for less than $20 per person, including tip! I also love Hibatchi style buffet restaurants!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Cassendre Xavier Music that’s what’s uppp. Especially the family style Szechuan places.

  • Rosie Mayne
    Rosie Mayne Year ago

    I hate small plates! I never like the options, the friends I’m with always order a ton of stuff while I opt for an $11 salad just for myself not sharing the other stuff cause it’s always funky and not that good, and then, guess what, we’re splitting the bill! So $40 salad. I hate hate hate going to these restaurants.

    • Rosie Mayne
      Rosie Mayne Year ago

      The Hungry Gringo I’ll have to watch Friends again and find this episode! In hindsight, separate check would have been a good plan. Live and learn :)

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Rosie Mayne There was an episode of friends about this exact situation lol. I read an eater article suggesting one make a deal with the waiter beforehand to open a separate tab which I thought was genius. There needs to be some new sort of etiquette guidelines about splitting.

  • BLD808
    BLD808 Year ago

    broooo you deserve more subscribers

  • heil b radar
    heil b radar Year ago

    Avoid the small plates like the plague.

  • Rin Giddings
    Rin Giddings Year ago

    Try making the Miracle Whip cocktail!

  • Manuel Hutchinson

    This has definitely helped me. I spent over 100 in a week on eating out. Time to change. Thank you for helping me.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Manuel Hutchinson Happy to hear you want to cook more! Let me know what you end up making or if you need any recipe ideas.

  • Emre Çoklar
    Emre Çoklar Year ago

    Great video! I use Lavazzo or Kicking Horse coffee. Keep up the good work!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Emre Çoklar I’ll check it out! Can’t find it in Colombia but maybe next time I’m in the states.

    • Emre Çoklar
      Emre Çoklar Year ago

      I wouldn't say common per se, but they're very highly regarded within the premium coffee aficionados where I live. I highly recommend them if you ever get a chance!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Emre Çoklar Glad you liked the video! I’ve never tried kicking horse before, is it pretty common?

  • TheFrenchAviator19

    Man, this channel is sooo underrated :( Love your videos bro🤘

  • karlhanso
    karlhanso Year ago

    no hay pandas, pero si hay osos de anteojos

    • karlhanso
      karlhanso Year ago

      en medellin tambien hay www.zoologicosantafe.com/mamiferos/oso-de-anteojos

    • karlhanso
      karlhanso Year ago

      aca hay de esos osos. www.bioparquelosocarros.com.co/?page_id=393

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      karlhanso Interesante, nunca he visto! Son común?

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What's a superfood you would like me to make less sad? Let me know in the comments!

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What's your favorite way to brew coffee?

  • 木木Luv
    木木Luv Year ago

    Great content. And your editing is very good! Everything seems so perfect! It would be great if it's a lil bit shorter :p greeting from Malaysia! :)

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      I'm so happy you enjoyed the content! It's great to hear someone is watching all the way for Malaysia. I have to ask: what's the Malaysian dish I need to know about?

  • Daniel Sotolongo

    I've had both an electric and hand burr grinder. If you're just doing a coarse grind (like for French Press) I think a hand burr grinder is fine. But when you need a fine grind (like for espresso) it's a lot more hand grinding necessary and an electric burr grinder is more warranted. Plus, if you make french press coffee at work (like me) a hand grinder is a lot quieter.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      This is good to know, as I haven't used my hand grinder a lot. Plus you get to be the most rustic guy in the office.

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What's your favorite way to make coffee? Let me know in the comments!

    • Emre Çoklar
      Emre Çoklar Year ago

      I only drink espresso but this video has convinced me to give the French Press a shot!

  • Sauce Stache
    Sauce Stache Year ago

    Love this man! Im a pretty big coffee snob. Depending on my mood I use either a siphon, pour over, or sometimes a cuban coffee maker! Love the pour over with a good blonde the most

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      I have been holding off on getting a siphon, but I think it's one of the coolest ways to make coffee. I looove making coffee in a cafetera, especially with 3 tablespoons of sugar. It's Cuban crack. Do you use your siphon a lot?

    • Sauce Stache
      Sauce Stache Year ago

      oh I take it black and I always change the bean.

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario Year ago

    I buy Keurig capsules, but No More!!! Grind baby, Grind!!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Jose Armario That’s the spirit! It also sounds like the lyrics to a 90s R & B song.

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What kind of coffee do you buy? How do you take your coffee? Let me know in the comments!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Glad you liked the video! Definitely try out a specialty roaster, you will not be disappointed. Due to the roast level and way it's handled you won't need to drink as much coffee since the caffeine content is higher. I've been doing 1 (2 max) cups a day forever just because I try to drink good coffee. French press is definitely the way to go if you don't want to buy a bunch of gear but want a great cup. Oma is a decent commercial roster from Colombia that make reasonably priced coffee. I currently have a bag of it and it's pretty good as far as large commercial roasters go. Juan Valdez is also another good Colombian commercial roaster and has very reasonably priced single origin beans that you can find on their website.

    • Buster_Brownie
      Buster_Brownie Year ago

      another great video! ive been using eight o clock and occasionally ill try something different like tim hortons or mccafe. (different in my mind). 95% of the time I use a french press and i will shamefully admit the other 5% of the time i use my keurig but i will surely be giving stumptown a try very soon. Thanks again!

  • Carlos Gaviria
    Carlos Gaviria Year ago

    Nice review, never been to Colombian coffee country, and now after watching this I really wanna go!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Thanks! It's my favorite place in Colombia. I bet you're convinced to go to Colombia after the Colombia game.

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What places in Colombia would you like to visit? What are your favorite places in Colombia?

  • Michael Fusco
    Michael Fusco Year ago

    I go by the adage "If you're 5 minutes early you're on time." or whatever.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      I’d say the same but I’m three days late replying to this comment.

  • The Hungry Gringo

    Let’s hear your culture shock stories!

  • Daniel Sotolongo

    Moving from Miami to Los Angeles was huge shift in punctuality understanding for me. I thought I would be good showing up to drinks or dinner only fifteen minutes late. Nope! Angelenos get there right on time or even slightly before.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Dude, I know. I showed up 5 minutes late for a reservation once and they almost didn’t let us sit down at the restaurant. I am more Miami than I think.

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What's your favorite kitchen tool?

  • Nimco Dewaal
    Nimco Dewaal Year ago

    This is so true. I HATE SMALL PLATES! It is total rip off and I always feel sick afterwards. In Cambridge MA, do not go to Momi Nonmi, even the name is irritating! The food is dreadful, the only time you would be grateful that it is in small plates. It is so expensive too!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Nimco Dewaal Also the name of that place sounds really expensive.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Nimco Dewaal Thank you for the tip! If I went to MA I would probably be eating my weight in oysters.

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What hold you back from cooking more? What's you're menu planning MO? I'd love to know!

  • The Hungry Gringo

    Would you try this recipe? What are some other horrible recipes I should test out?

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario Year ago

    I'm a cake lover, but after watching this recipe..............I'm not sure where I stand anymore!

  • Random Rally
    Random Rally Year ago

    Aye Dios mío tú necesitas ayuda XD I’m joking but I love this channel this is hilarious

  • VictoryfortheFreeman

    Doing God's work.

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Year ago

    Nice channel mate, good content. You have a nice on-screen presence, and the video quality is good. Keep it up and keep it interesting, your channel will definitely grow quickly. Try to do some collabs with bigger channels, that will help you!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Thank you so much for the kind words! Collabs are definitely next on my list.

  • GetYaMindCorrect

    A man crazy enough to willingly eat at Dickey's after being told not to is a man that's earned my subscription.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Thank you my friend! It really lived up to the expectations everyone set for me.

  • Aaron Hicks
    Aaron Hicks Year ago

    But at the same time, would you rather eat these ingredients separately or in this recipe

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Aaron Hicks Definitely separately. Together they remind me of Tetsuo at the end of Akira.

  • Mary Stephens
    Mary Stephens Year ago

    I found your comment on a Tasty video and got curious about the hungry gringo

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      That's awesome to hear! So happy you found my channel. Hope you're enjoying it so far!

  • Freda Maryanoff
    Freda Maryanoff Year ago

    Time to do a few laps! Great commentary!!!

  • Michael Fusco
    Michael Fusco Year ago

    More of these vids! Love it!!!!!

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What are your favorite BBQ spots? Would you embark on this adventure during your next layover?

    • Thomas Murphy
      Thomas Murphy 2 months ago

      Armadillo Willys in the bay area

    • LiamACiDLord
      LiamACiDLord Year ago

      GetYaMindCorrect this person knows what's up...I prefer the McKinney location because it's has more of a nostalgic feel to the location.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Mike Lynch Thanks for the tip!

    • Mike Lynch
      Mike Lynch Year ago

      Check out Hard 8 near DFW or Slow Bone closer to downtown Dallas

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Definitely will add those to my list. Thanks for the recommendations!

  • blanchetv
    blanchetv Year ago

    Great video, channel and name! I couldn't agree with you more! Better to get the entree and eat half! ;) You nailed the California restaurant pretentiousness LOL

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      blanchetv Glad you like the channel! Every time I’m in the US I have to split the entree because it’s just way too big.

  • Val Nava
    Val Nava Year ago

    This channel is amazing 😂😂😍

  • Buster_Brownie
    Buster_Brownie Year ago

    awesome vids! you got yourself a new subscriber

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What are some other recipes you'd like to see? Leave a comment below!

  • Freda Maryanoff
    Freda Maryanoff Year ago

    Love this!! Please test more of those TVclip recipes. Love the “guests”.

  • The Hungry Gringo

    Welcome to my channel! This is a great place to let me know about video requests or for asking questions about my recipes.

  • Michael Fusco
    Michael Fusco Year ago

    Communal seating is terrible! Unless its a bbq restaurant in Texas...

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What are some of of the most ridiculous small plates you've seen? Let me know in the comments!

  • Carlos Gaviria
    Carlos Gaviria Year ago

    Lol I get nervous every time i go to a “tapas”/small plates spot. Sometimes I don’t realize before it’s too late and the waiter says small plates for sharing, my heart drops and my 1st thought is ok, I guess I’m stopping at a burger joint on the way back home.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      I'm happy to know I'm not the only one. Like that place in Miami that charged $6 for kimchi.

  • Carlos Gaviria
    Carlos Gaviria Year ago

    Looks delicious!

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario Year ago

    The portions as you mentioned, are by far the most alarming thing I have experienced. Sadly, you get used to it and it becomes the norm.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      I got fries the other day with my burger and I think there were only about a dozen fries. In the US, the customer would send that back to the kitchen.

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario Year ago

    In and out? Wait........what?

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      This is a great idea! Maybe I'll compare different methods for making fries.

    • Michael Fusco
      Michael Fusco Year ago

      You should do a video on Fries! I'd watch that!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      I'll try that next time. But their baseline fry is still subpar.

    • Michael Fusco
      Michael Fusco Year ago

      You literally can ask for well done fries and extra salt. Literally.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Not as horrible as In-N-Out fries! Heyoooo! Seriously though, not enough salt and not enough crunch.

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario Year ago

    "I'm sorry I enjoy my freedom Chairman Mao"............LMAO. Brilliant!!

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What are some weird things you notice about the United States? Let me know in the comments below!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Alexander Oviedo fries with ice cream are what secures our position as an economic powerhouse.

    • Alexander Oviedo
      Alexander Oviedo Year ago

      The Hungry Gringo I thought the fries with ice cream was absolutely crazy but once I tried it I confirmed it. 😂

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      I noticed that in Colombia and other countries too. The customs officials don't act as aggressively as they do in the US.

    • Ethan Moore
      Ethan Moore Year ago

      Here's something- when I lived in Southeast Asia I realized that American cops and customs officials are uniquely mean. Police and border officials throughout Asia were incredibly well-mannered and polite wherever I went!

  • The Hungry Gringo

    Hola mis Hungry Gringos! Cuál es to jugo favorito?

    • Tatiana Gálvez
      Tatiana Gálvez Year ago

      De verdad son una delicia todos.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Voy a hacer todos! Q delicioso. Las frutas Colombianas son mejor en todo el mundo!

    • Tatiana Gálvez
      Tatiana Gálvez Year ago

      Son tantos: la lulada (donde la fruta no se licua, sino que se macera), el de lulo, el de guayaba coronilla, el de guayaba feijoa en leche, el de guanábana en leche, el de tamarindo, el de borojó en leche, el de maracuyá, el de mandarina, el de mora (en leche o en agua), el de mango bien espesito (vos dijiste grueso... es espeso), el de piña con banano y naranja y finalmente (pero no menos importante: el delicioso salpicón), probalos y no te vas a arrepentir. Un abrazo desde Cali - Colombia.

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario Year ago

    Reasonable BF, Big size Lunch, Small Dinner = Makes Sense Formula for Success! I honestly struggle with Sugar. Anything sweet is 'weakness' for me, like your PB.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Jose Armario Try to make fruit the only sweet thing you keep in the house. That way you’ll get used to a “natural” level of sweetness and sugar-loaded stuff will seem too sweet and less enticing.

  • The Hungry Gringo

    What do you struggle with when it comes to weight loss? Let me know in the comments!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Jose Armario Great question! It’s really important to plan ahead if you want to eat healthy (to the best of your ability). But make sure to expect the unexpected, like a last minute dinner invite. I like to menu plan on Saturday during my weekly coffee outing. I draw up a grocery list and drop by the store on the walk home. I usually don’t cook the day I grocery shop (or cooking something easy) because grocery shopping can be draining. One of the biggest snags I think people run into is they aren’t realistic about what their energy level is going to be on a certain day when they are menu planning. For example, on Wednesdays I know I’m going to be working until late editing, so I always do an easy noodle dish. If I were to plan something ambitious on that day I would probably end up just ordering takeout instead. I also like to have something in the fridge that keeps well and can be made in a big batch. My go-to is Cuban black beans and rice or retfried beans. I always make way too much black beans and rice and eat it throughout the week. That way, if you’re hungry you don’t have the “there is nothing to eat” excuse. I also like making some ahi de aguacate which goes great with the beans and makes it feel like a complete meal. I like eating out too, but I try to shift my social outings to something like grabbing a coffee so I can go out without racking up the calories. Make sure to get whole milk in your coffee though because almond milk is a guaranteed sad latte. The travel thing is pretty difficult, because at that point it’s pretty much damage control. Never order anything deep fried, and ask how things are prepared (is this steamed or deep fried?) to minimize the possibility of snuck in calories (liquid calories, fat, and sugar are the biggest culprits). You could also try eating at places with calorie counts that you can look up. Some people think that getting something at a local bakery is better than getting an egg McMuffin, but a McMuffin is only 300 calories and the breakfast sandwich at a local bakery could have a butter-loaded brioche bun and end up adding 500 unnecessary calories to your daily intake. Outback Steakouse and Chili’s, por ejemplo, have nutrition facts on their website. That way you know where the calorie land mines are (like the almost 2000 calorie Bloomin’ Onion) and were the good options are (some of the side salads have a 200 calorie gulf between them). And whatever you do, don’t order anything deep fried and DEFINITELY don’t order a dessert. You could be adding 1000 calories to your meal (this isn’t hyperbole). And whatever you do, try not to eat anything too sad or you’ll end up saying “screw it” and go all out.

    • Jose Armario
      Jose Armario Year ago

      Great advice Mike. Getting a scale and counting calories make sense. I guess the challenge is making time to prepare food. All those folks I see walk around with plastic containers are prepping meals (and saving money). Smart, but I have to plan ahead and stick to it. How do you do this when you like eating out and travel a great deal?

  • Alyssa Fontes
    Alyssa Fontes Year ago

    Idk why it took me so long to subscribe! Miss seeing you at WB!

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario Year ago

    Hey, that pig looked a bit undercooked in Chicago. That's not a good idea during winter! :-) Seriously, I need help losing weight and your video has given me much encouragement. Love you Mike.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      I’m going to go into more detail in my next video, but here are my top thre tips (plus one bonus tip!): 1) Count your calories with MyFitnessPal and get a kitchen scale (optional but highly recommended). Chances are, you’re underestimating how many calories you consume in a day (did you know that a cheeseburger at McDonalds has less calories than a PB & J sandwich?), so make sure to use a calorie tracking app. It’s also a good idea to plan your meals ahead of time so you aren’t calculating calories while your dinner gets cold. The kitchen scale is important because volume measurements are notoriously inaccurate and you can get very accurate portions sizes. Also, don’t count exercise as more than 200 extra calories a day (aka one beer) and only if you did at least 45 minutes of cardio. 2) Concentrate all your calories in the middle of the day. It’s relatively easy to make it from breakfast to lunch without cheating but it’s much harder to make it from lunch to dinner. Your willpower erodes as the day goes on, so if you head into dinner starving, you will probably go off the rails and eat cookies or whatever your weakness is. That being said… 3) Don’t keep your weakness in the house. Everyone has their weakness. For me it’s peanut butter (especially homemade peanut butter). I could eat infinite peanut butter. So I just don’t keep in the house. That way, you don’t need to exercise any willpower to avoid your weakness, since the temptation isn’t present in the first place. 4) Avoid non-filling calories at all costs. Alcohol, soda, sugar, juice (yes, juice), and large quantities of fat (these are fine in moderation). A can of black beans has as much calories as a pint of high calorie craft beer. One of those is going to keep you full until dinner, the other is not. The name of the game is staying full, so every calorie you consume that isn’t working towards that goal is a calorie wasted. I hope that is helpful!

    • Jose Armario
      Jose Armario Year ago

      Give up Tacos? Never!!!! On a serious note: what are the 3 things that made your diet a success or the guide for a healthy guy like me to do, and drop a good 15 lbs quickly?

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Jose Armario I think the pig was just fine :). I believe in you! Just make sure not to give up tacos. Very important.

  • wendy sorkin
    wendy sorkin Year ago

    Like the touch of comedy! I wanted to know if I can use thin chicken cutlets ? O miss you showing the ingredients as you are preparing the meals. Sounds really good!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      wendy sorkin I would recommend using chicken breasts for this recipe as they will have the best texture.

  • Vanr Swearsit
    Vanr Swearsit Year ago

    Thanks. I am going to try this.

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario Year ago

    is my Miami knife tacky? yes. is Miami tacky, yes it is. LOL. very very true.

  • Mauricio muñoz
    Mauricio muñoz Year ago

    Rico, gringo

  • M Dermouche
    M Dermouche Year ago

    How do u edit ur videos!? keep it up...

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Thanks! Sorry I didn't see this comment when you posted it. I use Adobe Premiere to edit the videos and I do the greenscreen intros in After Effects.

  • Dan The Jester
    Dan The Jester Year ago

    Hey man! I really love these videos, I'm super glad I found them! If I could give a little feedback, I may do away with the green screen. I really love most of the show but all the green screen bits make it feel a little bit middle-school ish. Your kitchen is pretty gorgeous as it is, you could definitely make a really good set for your intros and outros. Anyways, great video, keep it up, I can't wait to see this channel grow!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo Year ago

      Dan The Jester Glad you like the channel and thanks for the feedback!

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario 2 years ago

    Broccoli down!! Love it!! Making broccoli less sad is always worth the try!!

  • Ronald Felton
    Ronald Felton 2 years ago

    Hope it wasn't the wedding gift we got you. :)

  • Freda Maryanoff
    Freda Maryanoff 2 years ago

    Made this. It was great!

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario 2 years ago

    a wedge of cheese can be very deceptive. looks small...........but its the type of food that keeps on giving.......especially with a grate! nice job hungry gringo!

  • wendy sorkin
    wendy sorkin 2 years ago

    What I wanted to say,I would move the yellow flowers. Sorry!!

  • wendy sorkin
    wendy sorkin 2 years ago

    I LOVE broccoli. I am going to make this !!! Very easy to make that is what I like. I like the clear directions,however I don't like the set without the flowers,they distract me while I am watching you. Any suggestions for carrots beside eating them raw?? Thanks!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo 2 years ago

      I would say cut the carrots small and roast them at high heat until they start to blister.

  • Jose Armario
    Jose Armario 2 years ago

    I'm bringing refried beans to work tomorrow and make everyone jealous!!

  • chrislips
    chrislips 2 years ago

    Love your vids. Baked chicken breast is my go-to feed myself in the simplest, healthiest way I know but boy, it's sad.

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo 2 years ago

      I just made a roast chicken episode, you should check it out: tvclip.biz/video/qzGRkYQT4OQ/video.html

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo 2 years ago

      Glad you liked the video! I should do a chicken breast episode. I do have a whole roast chicken episode in the works and it's definitely a lot less sad.

  • wendy sorkin
    wendy sorkin 2 years ago

    i LOVE THE SHOW,EASY TO MAKE AND LOOKS REALLY GREAT!! I think the humor you use Mike is terrific ! Great how you have the recipe write here . Perfect and easy ! Keep the easy recipes coming for those of us who are not crazy about cooking! My friend Susan made the sauce and loved the flavor! XXOO Aunt Wendy

  • Douglas Lee
    Douglas Lee 2 years ago

    Loving the tutorials, I need more videos!!!! Please share your wisdom with the rest of us.

  • Cynthia Fernandez
    Cynthia Fernandez 2 years ago

    This is the TVclip channel I wanted and needed. Can you do a video on sad Pad Thai? Or better yet, how to make an easy, happy pad thai?

  • Gloria Suardiaz Alvarez

    How about turning a Cuban sad dish happy?

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo 2 years ago

      Jose Armario I would argue that two day old arroz con pollo is less sad than fresh arroz con pollo

    • Jose Armario
      Jose Armario 2 years ago

      Damn. U right!! But what do I do with my left over arroz con pollo two days later? Make it happier for us Mike!

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo 2 years ago

      That would be hard because I have yet to find a Cuban dish that makes me sad. :)

  • Lisa Corrao
    Lisa Corrao 2 years ago

    Hell yeah! Make more of these videos! *subscribing*

  • Danielle Bender
    Danielle Bender 2 years ago

    Yum! I need some 2 day old rice now =)

    • The Hungry Gringo
      The Hungry Gringo 2 years ago

      You can pop by a Chinese restaurant, it's probably dry enough to fry up.