The Best Cooking Channels on YouTube
Teach yourself how to be a better home cook.
We're in a golden age for cooking tutorials–search, and you shall find an answer. But not all of the videos you'll come across are created equally. Some recipes are downright bad, sometimes the camerawork is wonky, and sometimes you'll find a personality who drones on about their "hubby" in their videos like it's an antiquated food blog from 2006. So you don't have to suffer any more wasted minutes, we've sorted through the very best, most useful cooking channels on YouTube. These are what you should be referencing if you're in a food rut, need guidance on a tough recipe, or just picking up a knife for the first time.
Deadpan humor and expert editing come together to make the videos from You Suck at Cooking. With more than 100 videos and counting, each episode covers how to make simple dishes, like guacamole and dressed-up packs of ramen noodles, with plenty of gags along the way.