How to make delicious and healthy aloe Vera jelly for eating and health. By The Gourmet Vegetarian Kitchen Youtube channel.
Video published on YouTube on 8th November 2019. The video is 4 minutes and 30 seconds long. Enjoy. 🙂👍
Sheer Khurma Recipe by Chef Tamana’s Kitchen
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Hey if you guys are into ASMR or just like watching people cook I STRONGLY recommend Cooking tree on YouTube. They make cakes and a bunch of different pastries and the whole thing is just really nice visuals with cooking noises so yeah if that’s the sorta thing you’re into I’d check it out!
Suck it, Television. Seriously - Food Network is boring as hell besides Chopped. It’s not just too predictable, it is that I don’t want a spectacle sport made out of the hobby that is most soothing to me.
As someone sensitive to the embarrassment of others, it’s often too much to watch someone lose at a competition compounded with the dramatization of what winning or losing means to the people on air. With constant new contestants nobody’s personality can shine through. Food Network just brings the trash of reality TV and sprinkles in judgement.
Also, I’m not really learning anything practical I can bring into my own kitchen. That is perhaps my main complaint.
The Great British Baking Show, to me, is the only tolerable reality TV cooking show. It’s a little too twee and saccharine at times. But at least I’m never hungry watching it. Hot Take, but only the British can take mouthwatering ingredients and transform them into what looks like kitsch and curios that would be perched over grandma’s fireplace.
Anyways, I watch a lot of cooking videos on youtube. These channels, to me, are the shining gems:
1) Bon Appetit’s Brad Leone. His videos fall under two categories - one is more the science of fermentation, and two is cooking outdoors. Brad is a charm bomb human being and his editors perfectly complement that personality. The measurements are in-exact. The recipes are all inclusive. One video recently taught me how to make Tepache, a fermented pineapple drink, and commenters below noted it was an authentic Mexican recipe - an elegant one born out of scarcity (you use the rinds of a pineapple after the flesh went to a different meal). Beautiful! you know.
It recalls memories for me of the few years my mom really got into canning, and we had fresh sour dough bagels in our lunchboxes. So yeah. 10/10.
2) Epicurious’s 3 levels videos. Basically three chefs at different levels cook their version of a recipe, and it is all then judged by a food scientist. The mid-tier chef usually hits the perfect spot of delicious yet practical - the pros usually include too many expensive ingredients or equipment. This series probably gives the most insight into how one steps up their cooking game.
3) JunsKitchen. This dude’s level is wayyy over my head. I am also never sure where to get the ingredients he lists, thinking they are only available overseas. The effect is that I’m left wowed and taken aback. They are also just really high quality videos with lots of cat footage interspliced.
4) Binging with Babish. The idea is to take a meal mentioned on TV and make it - which is a great idea. I think what is impressive is Babish’s breadth of cooking knowledge. He isn’t a pro, and sometimes does not hit the mark (I would not say he has depth of knowledge lol). But the editing is smooth and the man has a nice narrative voice.
5) Dianxi Xiaoge. These videos I also cannot follow along with, but they fulfill the goblin in my brain demanding (Yunnan) pastoral fantasy. Extremely peaceful. I will also note that this profile opens up a world of Asian countryside youtube cooking videos. There’s literally dozens - Liziqi’s channel is good too.
6) Pasta Grannies. This channel explores the methods and traditions of Italy’s many pasta grannies. The videos are often too short. But, it’s a novel way to preserve history!
Why do those cute cooking videos that never give you times, temps, or proportions but still make delicious-looking things, always, a l w a y s have the fastest, most anxiety-inducing music?
Spicy Dahi Chicken | Spicy Dahi Aloo Chicken
me watching a really cool cake or cookie decorating video with lots of fun colors and creative piping technique:
me when they add gold leaf:
watching this guy cook and eat food from 120 years ago
Following 1930’s Recipes : Cooking in Costume!
রান্নার ভিডিও । রান্নার ভিডিও দিন ইউটিউবে । Cooking videos on YouTube । …
Best part of my day.
“Me and Sheldon get off to these cooking videos”
New video up, in which I start a series of cheap, easy anyone can do.
So what should you try have in your kitchen to make home cooking easier and more accessible? Here’s a good place to start.