Learn to cook on YouTube
Cooking YouTube is getting good. Here are 7 channels to help you on your food journey.
Binging with Babish
He rose to fame by making fictional food in real life. But he is a solid cook and pragmatic. He will make things the easy way, then the hard way.
Babish Culinary Universe
Binging with Babish is the realization of a young(ish) man's dream to combine his love of film and cooking, and to have…
For example in this Garlic bread video, I learned about using a garlic press, then slightly squishing your bread between two bread pans.
Coming in at a surprising #2 on the list is Mythical Kitchen. Rhett and Link do a lot of food challenges but a while ago they started getting really intersting. Like there was actual skill behind the crazy recipes. Then Chef Josh started appearing in videos and now he is the star of his own channel.
A bit crazy, sometimes a bit inappropriate but you can actually learn a lot. He tells you the why as he is doing it quickly. Feels like you could just whip stuff together after watching him work.
My Name is Andong
My Name Is Andong
Hey! I'm Andong, a Berlin-based food YouTuber, exploring the world in the pursuit of good food, cooking techniques and…
Awesome channel. Uses science, tells it like it is, involves flavors and foods I have never heard of.
Their channel rose to fame on their Gourmet Makes videos. Think about the Office but in a test kitchen and it is real. You come for the viral food videos, you stay for the personalities. Sometimes they get WAY TOO ‘serious chef’ and do things no human who has responsibilities outside cooking should ever do, but I have learned a lot from them.
Bon Appétit is a highly opinionated food brand that wants everyone to love cooking and eating as much as we do. We…
Less well known that others. He talks about the science of food and usually interviews a food science professor. Great stuff to learn what is actually happening.
My name is Adam Ragusea. I cook in my house, and I show you how you can too (in your house, not mine). I like to use my…
Their website is much better than their videos. But I did discover a shishito pepper recipe from their YouTube that I will be making many more times because it was awesome and easy.
Serious Eats is a website focused on celebrating and sharing food enthusiasm through blogs and online community. Our…
The entertainment to cooking ratio might be a bit lower on this channel, but you can pick up some great ideas and tips.
Tasty The official YouTube channel of all things Tasty, the world's largest food network. From recipes, world-class…
Has built his entire YouTube cooking career on ‘I tried this viral recipe so you don’t have to’. And he does it well. You pick up some tips, he isn’t afraid to hold back in criticism of famous recipes. Seems more realistic than some channels.
Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on…
He is a Tasty producer who makes big flashy videos for tasty. His personal channel is the exact opposite. No words, super slow, but you can pick up some great techniques and ideas.