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Join , Chris Morocco, Gaby Melian, Molly Baz, Andy Baraghani, Sohla El-Waylly, Christina Chaey and Carla Lalli Music as they share their favorite ways to improved on boxed brownies. Can you get down with some tahini swirl boxed brownies? How about some salted brown butter brownies?

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13 Comments for Pro Chefs Improve Boxed Brownies (8 Methods) | Test Kitchen Talks @ Home | Bon Appétit

  1. Franzi_K on June 5, 2020: (Reply)

    Chris Morroco in the Test Kitchen: a beacon of organization and calm, omniscient and omnipotent:
    Chris Morroco in self-quarantine: a slowly unravelling dad who, imo, needs a glass of wine and a foot massage.

  2. SAmaryllis on June 5, 2020: (Reply)

    I adore that Sohla’s parents just let her bake a birthday cake every single day for a period of time lol

  3. CarrKicksDoor on June 8, 2020: (Reply)

    Start paying Sohla and Priya and Christina for their videos. Stop a culture of racism at BA.

  4. impossible_zucchini on June 8, 2020: (Reply)

    Sohla invented brownie churros and y’all didn’t PAY HER FOR IT??? Shame. SHAME.

  5. Amber Dowland on June 8, 2020: (Reply)

    Massively disappointed in what has come to light today. Rapo has resigned, that is a start…but more needs to happen with BA/Conde Nast starting with compensating your contributors. After seeing Sohla, Alex Lau, Hunzi, Hawa and others bring the behind the scenes truth, my heart broke. This channel has been a major comfort to me for the past 4 years but it turns out it was largely free labor and time being given for many who worked there who deserved more for what they have given us fans.

  6. Simone Akkari on June 8, 2020: (Reply)

    i always thought it was really weird how we never see black people on this show and there are no black editors. Along with paying current BIPOC talent fair wages, also commit to having real diversity of not only personalities, but also cuisines! I want to see more African food depicted here. Until all of this is made right, I will be unsubscribing.

  7. Jaysan q on June 8, 2020: (Reply)

    I cannot applause sohla’s bravery for speaking about systematic racism against people of color enough. I’m glad he resigned but the media narrative isn’t right. He steps down not because of painting his face brown once but oppressing workers for years. I find that somewhat problematic because people who only read the titles can defend him but in fact he is just a racist

  8. Sydney Terrill on June 9, 2020: (Reply)

    how is sohla getting paid 50k and shes literally the most genius one

  9. Rahma Mahdi on June 9, 2020: (Reply)

    Repost: Fire Adam Rapoport, he’s a racist. Pay Sohla, Priya, Gaby, Christina, and every person of color at bon appetit FAIR WAGES. AT LEAST as much as their white coworker!

  10. Dylan Verden on June 9, 2020: (Reply)

    It’s really disappointing that a source of feel-good escapism is just as subject to pedestrian prejudice as anything else today. Sohla has been a bright spot for so many people and it saddens me that she was put in uncomfortable situations with insufficient compensation for our entertainment and your “diversity.”

  11. the letter eth on June 9, 2020: (Reply)


  12. ABT stuff on June 9, 2020: (Reply)

    Deeply hurt, deeply disappointed. Would the pay issue even have been revealed if a WOC hadn’t revealed it? Would the white editors have ever said anything? If the brownface hadn’t surfaced, would this abuse just continued? People need to be held accountable at the GET GO. No more waiting for abuse to happen! I stand with Sohla, I stand for pay transparency, I stand with representation WITHOUT the need for public pressure! Yall should be doing this without people yelling at you!
    Haven’t been hurt by a company like this in a long time, but this is unfortunately not special or rare. We have to reform workplace transparency and safety COMPLETELY or this will continue to happen.

  13. CrampedStyle on June 10, 2020: (Reply)

    Hopefully Rapoport didn’t spread the brownie mix on his face.

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