We’ve got some exciting news to share with you today! We recently. and quite silently, kicked off a new series on our YouTube channel titled “Sizzle & Watch”. Sizzle and what now? Sizzle and Watch! As watch enthusiasts, we understand that there’s more to our timepieces than just aesthetics and craftsmanship. It’s about the experiences they accompany us on, and the stories they help us tell. That’s why we’re thrilled to introduce our brand-new video series on our YouTube channel, “Sizzle and Watch“!
While we’ve been keeping you updated with our watch reviews and thought-provoking interviews with industry leaders in our “Watch Affairs” series, “Sizzle and Watch” takes things in a whole new direction. We’re diving deep into the world of watches while whipping up mouthwatering dishes in the kitchen.
So, why the combination of watches and cooking, you ask? Well, this exciting concept was born out of the unexpected popularity of our cooking videos on Instagram! This got us thinking, “Why not bring these two passions together?” After all, cooking and watches share the art of precision, attention to detail, and an appreciation for the finer things in life. In “Sizzle and Watch,” you’ll not only get to explore the world of watches but also see them in “action” in a real-life, non-studio environment. We all know that studio lighting can make watches look flawless, but we believe it’s equally important to showcase how a watch looks in everyday situations under normal lighting.
To kick off this delectable series, we had to start with a Belgian classic that’s still one of our most-watched “shorts” on Instagram – Flemish Beef and Beer stew, known as Carbonnade à la Flamande in French, or simply Stoofvlees in Flemish. It’s a hearty and flavorful dish that is usually served in winter, but I’ll readily admit it is on our menu all year long. In this video, we also take a closer look at the Omega Speedmaster Professional, particularly the TachymeterTachymeter A tachymeter is a feature found on some chronograph watches, it is a scale that is usually printed on the bezel, sometimes on the dial. It allows the wearer to measure the speed of an object over a known distance by timing the object's movement with the chronograph's second hand. The wearer can read the speed of the object on the tachymeter scale. [Learn More] complication.
Our team has been hard at work creating exciting content for this series, and I certainly hope you’ll find it both informative and, more importantly, entertaining! Whether you’re a seasoned watch collector or just someone who appreciates a great meal, we invite you to join us on this exciting journey. Get ready to indulge your senses, savor exquisite dishes, and discover some incredible watches.
We hope you enjoy this series as much as we enjoy recording it. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and hit that notification bell so you won’t miss a single episode. Bon appétit and happy “watching”!