So after making sekihan, their latest recipe, the nameless chef had a
characteristically humble and low-key acknowledgement of their
accomplishment. She said:
is out 100th video! We could not have made it this far without your
support. Thank you so much! We didn't have enough time to make this
video special to celebrate, but we will continue bringing you various
kinds of delicious recipes. Thank you for your continued support.
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Watching the old stuff and comparing it to the new is like comparing The Simpsons from Tracey Ulmann and today: They've come far. The first episode had no music and the narrator sounds as though he's talking through a paper towel roll. Since then, they've downplayed the dog (he used to pop up at the corner of the screen adding bad jokes like, “it's so easy, a dog can do it”). These days, the episodes are shot in HD and have a professional polish to them–Francis, the dog, as cute as he is, is merely a well-behaved prop.