What are /ck/'s favourite food and cooking youtubers? I like maangchi, even though I'm not the biggest fan of Korean food per se.
>inb4 people who ironically watch ja/ck/ and joeysworldtour
your thread will not survive on /ck/, not without approval of its king.
(but I like cooking with dog, dat japanese honey with her poodle getting her second best teriyaki sauce I'll ever taste on)
What's that word where when you're knowledgeable about a subject and everyone else seems to get it terribly wrong?
For example, most of us probably cringe at the technical jargon in movies and television.
Anyways, I find that nearly all popular YouTube cooking channels are fucking garbage. Don't believe me? Just find a dish you're really good at, and compare it to theirs.
Bruno Albouze is the only one who is an actual pro.
That said, he's not infallible. His technique for getting a pizza into the oven was pretty weak. In his defense, this is probably what most people do in their homes. Looks fucking delicious.
This. Can't stand "home cooks" who take a basic recipe off the internet and cook it with minimal effort or technique. I want to learn how to cook, the technique and reasons why, not some shitty nutella cupcake shit. Foodwishes is good for this, and cookinginrussia, the latter is god tier for technique and restaurant tricks
I like cooking with dog. It's a guilty pleasure.
>I want to learn how to cook, the technique and reasons why, not some shitty nutella cupcake shit. Foodwishes is good for this
Thanks for the recommendation. I've always wanted some book or channel that explains the techniques rather than recipes per se. Now I've found one.
The Best and Most Kawaii
I really like this guy. You can tell he's more of a butcher than a cook but he does a decent job of cooking the kind of stuff I grew up eating.
This guy made the funniest videos of all time, YouTube made him take a lot of them down due to the swearing and his tone of voice.
Great home cook too.
Also >>7338893 , but that one is more for giggles