Favorite Youtube Cooking Channel?

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  1. Nov 29, 2018 #1

    agp

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    What's your favorite Youtube cooking channel? I'm looking for new things to watch/learn while eating :)
     
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    Bruno Albouze is pretty cool.
     
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    Almazan Kitchen. Two Serbian guys who cook everything over a campfire. I've been watching them for well over a year now and the production value just keeps getting better and better. They also handforge and sell their own knife which would be best described as a super tall santoku.
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    It’s Alive with Brad from Bon Appetit.
    Matty Matheson.
    Binging with Babish.
    Sous vide Everything.

    I don’t know how much serious instruction you’ll get out of any of that but they’re all pretty entertaining.
     
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    I enjoy this guy...but mainly for his knife work. He does some pretty impressive stuff with simple stainless sujihiki $160ish beater knives. Also I love that his thinning scratch patterns are visible on most of the knives he uses.
    https://www.youtube.com/user/NoVeKitchenAndBar
     
  6. Nov 30, 2018 #6

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    Yeah I watch that one some too. The guy doing the filming is usually pretty annoying but the chef is pretty interesting. There was one a while back where he was preparing eel that was pretty good.
     
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    Bon Appetit
    Foodwishes
    Bruno Albouze
    Kenji Lopez
    Eater Omakase series
     
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    Exactly the same for me. Kenji hasn't posted in a while sadly.
     
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    +1 on these :)
     
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    I prefer the aesthetics of a thinned/scratched knife...shows the knives are not destined for BST ;)
     
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    Hells yes to both Jun and the cats. They're more polite than my brothers. His rusty knife restoration video made me buy a couple just as bad, I'll be sharing the pics of those when I'm done with them ;)
     
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    What about cooking with jack lol

    One of my favourite
     
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    Too sad now that he has an arm that doesn't work.
     
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    Hmm i must’ve missed that…
     
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    He had a stroke back in June. Something about too much free bacon....
     
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    I’m enjoying sous vide everything recently.
     
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    Yeah I watch that one. They’re a bit goofy but they make some decent looking stuff
     
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    To be honest, I usually like the entertainment more than the teaching. Or good to get some inspiration to start off on something new.
     
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