VAN GOGH Starry night in CHOCOLATE paint Speed Painting HOW TO COOK THAT Ann Reardon

VAN GOGH Starry night in CHOCOLATE paint Speed Painting HOW TO COOK THAT Ann Reardon


Welcome to how to cook that I am Ann Reardon Over 200 of you asked for a chocolate version
of starry night by vincent van gough. A special shout out to Myranda Barton who
was the first to request it and to JoJo who asked for a chocolate paint palette. I’ll show you how to make the palette, the
flavoured chocolate paints and these cool little paint tubes. And yes I’ll even paint
starry night at the end using chocolate To make the palette you need to take some
tempered chocolate and spread it out on some nonstick baking paper in about the thickness
you want you palette to be. Then cut out the template which you can find on the website
howtocookthat.net I’ll put a link in the description below the video. And the cut around it using
a sharp knife. Then use your knife to just gently run it
across and make a wood grain pattern in your chocolate. Using something round push it in
where the thumbhole should be to take out that circle of chocolate. un your knife across
the top to make a wood grain pattern in the chocolate. Then set that aside to set firmly. To make the paint tubes take some foil and
decide if you want to shiny side or mat side showing. It doesn’t matter which one you use
as long as you are consistent. Roll it up around something that is about 1.5cm in diameter,
I am just using one of those fat kids textas. Next take the label and add glue all over
the back of it. You can print these labels from the website as well if you just go to
the blog post on chocolate paint and as I said I’ll put a link in the description below.
All the recipe quantities that you’ll need for the paint and everything are there as
well. Check that your texta sticks out one end so
that you can get it out again. And at the other end feel where the top of the texta
is, you will need to leave enough room over the edge so that you can make the top of the
tube. Roll the label around the tube starting with the side of the label that has more spare
room before the writing starts. Take a pencil or something skinnier and and
place it in the end and crush the foil the make it fit closely to the pencil. Get some
tape and wrap it tightly around that foil, and this is to hold it into place so that
when you squeeze your paint tube it doesn’t just expand back out again. It doesn’t matter
if the sticky slightly overlaps onto the pencil. Then take a utility knife and run it around
the foil to make a straight edge at the top of your paint tube and then remove then pencil
Take out the texta and set that aside. For our paints to make it a more fun I am
flavouring the ganache. To do that I am using freeze dried banana for the yellow bananas
one, some crushed berry blue lollies to make the berry blue obviously, some dried chilli
for the hot red chilli, some fresh mint for the green and a small amount of sea salt for
the light blue. We will also make some plain chocolate ones some plain vanilla and plain
dark chocolate. Remember all of the quantities that you need for theses are on the website. Bring your cream to the boil either on the
stove top or in the microwave. Then add some to each bowl and allow it to
sit for a little while to infuse the flavour around 10 minutes will be fine. Then strain
your cream through a fine sieve to get rid of any lumps. What do you think of the new youtube commenting
system? Are you having any hassles with it or are
you liking it? Add colour to the cream making sure your colour
matches the flavour so this will be mint green. I’ve had a few issues with the new commenting
system this week. If you asked a question just before the new system rolled out it can
no longer be liked or replied to, so just ask it again if you didn’t get a reply to
a a question that you need to know. Then add your white chocolate. And then microwave
in 10 second bursts or or heat over a double boiler stirring continually until it is melted. Also if you have your google plus settings
set to “only those in your circles can comment on your posts” then I can’t reply to your
comments either at the moment even though it is on youtube so you’ll need to go to google
plus and add how to cook that – there is a link to my google plus page in the description
below this video. Once your ganache is smooth scoop into a ziplock
bag. While it is still warm squeeze some ganache
into the end of your paint tube and tap it until it is down to the top end. You don’t
want to fill it all the way up just a a little way past the label. The ganache is runnier while it is warm so
you want to fill your paint tube as soon as you make each one. It is easiest to fill it
if you drizzle it in from the top. Flatten the end and wipe off any excess ganache.
Use scissors to straighten it up and then fold over then very end a few times to seal
it. Repeat that for your other flavours and colours. To make your chocolate paper use the same
method that we used in the pencil video, put your chocolate between two sheets of non-stick
paper and spread it out thinly using a rolling pin. Peel off the top sheet so you have two
thin pieces of paper and then trim them to the desired size. For starry night I am going
to use milk chocolate paper. If you look at the edge of the actual painting you can see
that the background that he is painting on is not white. To serve take it to the table in a wooden
paint box if you’ve got one. Then place your palette, clean paintbrushes, tubes of chocolate
paint and your paper onto a serving platter. And then squeeze out some of your different
coloured chocolate paints onto the palette. Now for starry night by vincent van gough,
due to a lack of good lighting at night vincent had to paint this from his memory during the
day. He wrote in a letter “a star spangled sky
for instance that’s a thing I would like to try to do… But how can I unless I make up
my mind to work… from my imagination.” [music locally sourced by Jason Farnham] And there you have a deliciously edible chocolate
starry night. Thanks for watching, subscribe to how to cook
that for more chocolate creations, desserts and cakes. You can add all your requests in
the comments section below. Have a great week and I’ll see you Friday. music [youtube.com/setsailtv The Boat Song
used with permission]

100 thoughts on “VAN GOGH Starry night in CHOCOLATE paint Speed Painting HOW TO COOK THAT Ann Reardon”

  1. Can you please make an Australian cake . I am from Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

  2. So pretty! I think I'll try this as a party activity, it looks fun πŸ™‚ Just a question, did you call the tube a "texter"? I've never heard that before, I just call them markers.

  3. Best art ever🍟🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫

  4. It cracks me up when you start talking about the YouTube commenting system while continuing to explain the recipe.

    It's just kind of jarring and funny to go from cooking to tech support and back again.

  5. Ok so….. here’s the problem…….. if I painted that with chocolate, let’s face it, I’d probably eat it all before I finish πŸ˜‚πŸ˜Ά

  6. YOUR PICTURE WAS Beautiful it was πŸ™‚ 😭😭😭😭😭soooooooooo cute

  7. I was almost confused when she talked about the new comment system, but then I realize that I'm watching this in 2018, and Google no longer requires their Google+ integration on Youtube.

    That's one delicious masterpiece by the way.

  8. To paint with paint is hard as it is. But to paint with chocolate….YOU ANN are the REAL ARTIST! β€πŸ’™πŸ’œ

  9. That's really great πŸ‘ but I really hope that it was eaten… It's a horrible travesty to waste chocolate 😲😒

  10. am I the only one scrolling through the comments to see if anyone said anything about the fact that she calls markers texters????? btw I love your videos and my dream is to be as good as you and to become a pastry chef. ok i'll stop now

  11. πŸ˜πŸ˜‹πŸ˜³πŸŽ¨πŸ’–
    I love her she is so awesome. And so thorough!

    ((To whomever is reading this: Learn something new everyday & put your best foot forward.))

    And remember to ALWAYS Help & Protect & Rescue every and all Critters of Land/Air/H2o.
    #StopThePoaching&TrophyHunting
    #BeKindToEachOther
    #Make.A.Difference.InThis.World

  12. I love that painting, and the irises…they’re the only β€˜art’ type art I like. The rest are ok, but they don’t make me feel. As for your choccy version, fluffin’ brilliant! 🀩

  13. Go down fast
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    Haha you got tricked
    Like if you got tricked

  14. Woah, you just took chocolate art to a whole new level. This is amazing, I hope to be able to do this some day.

  15. I love you to pieces ann!! But ooo hunny you said his last name alllll wrong πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ ive always been told is pronounced (GO-gh) with the gh silent so more over saying go ❀️

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