Calling itself "the world's shortest cooking show," it uses the 15-second format to show you how to make super-easy recipes, all centered around seafood. Tips include how to pan-fry a fish fillet and how to tell if fish is fresh. Some of the recipes are broken down into easily digestible chunks: in one, you might be shown how to cook the meat, and in the next, how to make a sauce for it.
It's an interesting idea, and great for people with little time or skill in the kitchen. We'd love to see someone take the idea beyond seafood, too -- but it's a testament to the fact that the tastiest food doesn't necessarily have to be the most complicated to make.
(Source: CNET Australia)