When my childhood friend from 1st grade, Harry Soo, asked if I would shoot a video of him for Food Network’s segment on Grilling, I jumped on it.
Over the years he’s had my family and I over for countless barbecues and cookouts.
So this was the least I could do.
Since this was just a short how-to video, it was fun to shoot.
As you can expect, I don’t have a lot of gear as far as videography goes. Just the bare essentials really.
I’m extremely proud that Harry’s personality and skill came through.
His team Slap Yo Daddy BBQ won several awards from the professional barbecue circuit, so folks, he’s going places.
I’m certain he’ll be among the 12 in California who will be featured cooking with Bobby Flay.
Congratulations Harry! You deserve this after all the hard work you’ve put in.
For those of you who are curious about how we shot it, here’s the behind-the-scene production footage:
I’m am so excited for my buddy whom I’ve known since I was 6 or 7. If you’re anything of a seafood lover, you’ll love the Paella and Ahi Tuna appetizer.
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I got to eat the 2 dishes and they were out-of-this world.
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