Brad Tries Pottery | It's How Le Bernardin’s Executive Pastry Chef 1 day ago   22:38

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Join Brad at Keith Kreeger Studios in Austin, Texas as he learns how to make ceramics, from wedging clay and using a wheel to glazing and firing. Spoiler alert: Brad actually makes a decently useable bowl.

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I loved this video but that glazing was genuinely one of the worst noises I've ever heard
Corine Lontoc
Just an FYI, kinda cute:
Brad and Keith follow each other on Instagram💖
i love how ceramics as an art is just Always Homoerotic. thank you clay for being gay
OMG I love Keith.
pale goblin
"what doesn't this remind you of?"


honestly what a mood
They need to send brad to japan- our culture has so much love and respect for growing food, cooking, hand made production, and craftsmanship! In countrysides passed down generations there are edo-era techniques and items that Brad (and America audience on YouTube)would LOVE to see!
G Des
Ha, the kilns were called Liam and Noel.
Aden Theobald
Did anyone else notice that the Kiln's are named after the Oasis band members?
Chloe Price
Thatonechick 1981
Brad did a good job centering, especially for his first time. 👍👏
Why is that Glaze Kiln named after me.
JoAnn Hutt
This is one of my favourite episodes of the series :D
Alex Filtsos
such a good and wholesome video. came for brad n stayed for keith
E Scobba
Brads thrift store shirt!
At first I didn't feel like watching this episode(like pfff what's so interesting about pottery) but I'm glad I watched it anyway, Keith is great
T Morgan
Next step . . . Brad opens up a ceramics studio in the basement of Conde Nast
Taylor Bueckert
People watch this because you're better than a comedy special. My husband and I cry laughing. More Brad doing anything is exactly what we all need more of in our lives.
Windy Face
oooo, porcelain! It's so FUN to throw, but a bit tougher than other clays.
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