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Oct 11, 2012

4 Cooking Shows To Follow on YouTube

YouTube is the perfect place for an aspiring chef or food personality to host an upstart cooking show. It’s also the perfect place for crackpots who want to find their 15 minutes of fame to show off in new and bizarre ways. And, of course, it’s the perfect place for people who are trying to do both.

If you’re looking for some tasty new recipes to try out, or you’re just looking for a few minutes to be entertained, these cooking shows are sure to deliver on one or both:

Epic Meal Time

Learn how to make fast food lasagna out of 15 Big Macs, 15 Baconators, 15 Teen Burgers, 7 orders of onion rings, and a bunch of secret sauce. Or learn how to make a massive meat log out of several types of meats and cheeses, dipping it batter, and frying it on a stick. We can’t guarantee that you’ll create something that you’ll love, but we can be sure that whatever you create will be epic.

My Drunk Kitchen
You might not always make something extravagant or delicious – and you may not end up making anything at all – but you’ll have a great time drinking while you have fun in the kitchen or at least watching Hannah Hart get drunk while she cooks and talks about cooking.

Cooking with Jack
Learn quick and easy recipes and kitchen tips with Jack on this channel. Recipes include dishes like Beer Can Chicken, Bloody Mary Burgers, and Lamb Kabobos. There are also tons of “Lazy Man” recipes, “knockoff” recipes, and tips for making life in the kitchen easier.

One Pot Chef Show
Make life in the kitchen easy by learning how to cook everything you need in one pot. Learn how to easily make fancy recipes like ratatouille, chocolate raspberry pavlova, and maple syrup dumplings. Then you can laugh along at the bloopers at the end of the videos, or enjoy a blooper reel.

What are some of your favorite cooking channels on YouTube? Share your favorites in the comments!

Guest Author: Kim Willington is a freelance writer and researcher for Helpdesksoftware.org, where she has recently been researching trouble ticket software. In her spare time, she enjoys antiquing and taking long walks with her retriever, Spencer.