VONMAGZ, Jakarta- Many of us are stuck in the middle of pandemic situation, but there are some activities including watch cooking tutorials to teach you the basic skills and YouTube is there to save you when you want to procrastinate,. So here you don't have to suffer any more wasted hours, we've sorted through the very best, most useful cooking channels on YouTube.
1. De mi Rancho a Tu Cocina
Source from remezcla.com, The charming abuela from Michoacan runs De mi Rancho a Tu Cocina on YouTube, where she makes everything from mole de rancho to bistec con nopales. In a short amount of time, she has garnered more than 1.5 million subscribers, and just recently, she received official recognition from YouTube.
2. Serious Eats
Serious Eats is a leading resource for all things food and drink: meticulously tested recipes that really work; in-depth, science-based explanations of cooking techniques that are truly reliable; detailed reviews of cooking equipment; guides to ingredients, dishes, and cuisines; and food-focused essays, investigations, and profiles. They bring a democratic yet scientific approach to cooking the best dishes, busting food myths, and delivering strong opinions on what you should eat next, where, when, and why.
3. Bon Appetit
Bon Appétit is where food and culture meet. The award-winning No. 1 food lifestyle brand covers food through the lens of cooking, fashion, travel, technology, design and home. As the leading arbiter of taste, its home-grown talent and tireless dedication to recipe testing separates it from the competition by miles.
4. Everyday Food
Everyday Food from the test kitchens of Martha Stewart Living was a digest size cooking magazine and PBS public television program published and produced by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. Both feature quick and easy recipes targeted at supermarket shoppers and the everyday cook.
5. The Victorian Way
The Victorian Way is a series of videos by the English Heritage channel on YouTube, titled "How to make X The Victorian Way". Usually she shows what she cooks for Lord and Lady Braybrooke and their guests, but sometimes she shares recipes for meals that are cooked for the staff.
6. You Suck at Cooking
Source from washington.com, You Suck at Cooking’s YouTube channel is the antithesis to these slickly produced recipe factories. Everything on screen, from the dismal lighting to the ugly dishes, is deliberately gritty. Instead of high-definition lenses and studio lighting, we have a single, shaky iPhone filming an unapologetically messy kitchen counter.
7. Binging With Babish
Binging with Babish is a YouTube cooking channel created by American filmmaker Andrew Rea (born September 2, 1987), alias Oliver Babish, which recreates recipes featured in film, television, and video games, as well as more traditional recipes in the Basics with Babish series.
8. Sorted Food
Sorted Food (stylized as SORTED food) is a British YouTube cooking channel and food website created by old school friends from Hertfordshire - Benjamin 'Ben' Ebbrell, Michael 'Mike' Huttlestone, Jamie Spafford and Barry Taylor.
9. Grandma's Recipes
Grandma's recipes are collect and send recipes for rock, creative and charming grandmas to vividly survive in any country, era or situation.