I love cooking, seeing new ways to cook, and learning new and interesting recipes. Since I’m a huge fan of YouTube, I’ve subscribed to many chefs and cooking channels so I can always stay up-to-date on the newest styles and trends in the food industry. Since YouTube began, literally thousands of cooking channels have been made, and no matter what you’re looking for, I’m sure you can find one to your liking. Here are five of the best cooking and food channels I’ve subscribed to that you might enjoy watching.
SORTEDFood is a channel of four friends from Britain that enjoy experimenting with new foods and tweaking classic recipes with a great spin of originality and comedy. Their foods are amazingly delicious and include things like chocolate mushroom soup, homemade bubble tea, the ultimate BLT and more. They offer a close up look and step by step guide to preparing elegant dishes easily at home using fresh ingredients in unique ways. I love the way they throw comedy into their show for more fun while cooking. It’s not just food, it’s food SORTED.
Food Wishes is run by renowned Chef John and includes amazing recipes from around the world. His easy to follow style takes recipes that many would usually find hard to make and turns them into easy step by step meals. He makes food, dessert, informational clips, and tutorial videos on all aspects of original cooking and kitchen work. His style of video editing and funny food puns will keep you coming back for more. Over the last year I’ve used his recipes for at least one meal a week that when finished was completely out of this world. I highly recommend checking out the Food Wishes channel on YouTube.
Great Depression Cooking
This channel was owned and run by cook Clara Cannucciari who was the author of the book: “Clara’s Kitchen: Wisdom, Memories, and Recipes from the Great Depression” and featured great recipes that were minimal but still tasted good. Her goal was to teach you how to make simple, cheap, yet delicious recipes while telling stories of things she lived through during the Great Depression. Her style and gentle techniques gained her millions of views and she became a popular staple in the online cooking community. Unfortunately, Clara passed away in November of 2013, at the age of 98.
Hilah is a bouncy cook from Texas who makes many different types of food and dishes everyone can enjoy. Being from the South she loves showing her audience how to make Tex-Mex, interior Mexican, and classic American meals with occasional Asian, Italian, and Middle Eastern thrown in. Her goal is to teach everyone how to cook like a civilized human being with easy steps and hilarious adult humor that will keep your eyes glued to the screen. She offers easy recipes that are perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner for anyone on a budget. She shares recipes, tips, and techniques everyone can use to bump up their cooking skills.
This channel shows you how to make a variety of foods outdoors, either on your grill at home or camping in the woods. Cooking Outdoors offers great recipes for grilling, BBQ, Dutch oven cooking, and campfire cooking. If you want to learn how to use fire pits, grills, tin foil, and Dutch ovens to cook this show may be for you. Since I go camping frequently I love learning new and impressive recipes to show my friends when we go on our outdoor adventure. The motto of outdoor cooking is,”Grill it, bake it, smoke it, fry it, we can do it.” If you spend a lot of time outdoors you will definitely enjoy this channel.
No matter which of these channels you try, you’re sure to find something you like that suits your style. All of these great channels have recipes that will satisfy anyone’s taste buds. Learn to make breakfast, lunch, dinner, and desert easily on the internet. Enjoy!
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