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Personal logo John the OFM Supporting Member of TMP In the TMP Dawghouse26 Sep 2020 9:44 a.m. PST

Anything to do with food. Cooking, criticizing, eating, sampling…
My favorites.

Townsends. He samples "receipts" from the 18th and early 19th century. He shows the foods (and beer!) that period soldiers ate, and how they cooked them. He shows what posh dinners served by Martha Washington looked like.

Outdoor Chef Life. Taku and his lovely girlfriend go fishing, foraging and clamming. He's a professional chef, and his stuff looks really good. I learned that sushi refers to rice and doesn't mean raw fish necessarily.

Sam the Cooking Guy. A neurotic Canadian expat living in San Diego. I watch it to see what fresh disasters he is cooking up. Like French fries in carbonara. I fully expect to see jalapeņo in blueberry pie.

Irish people TRY. A rotating cast samples food or drink that half love and the others find disgusting. Very funny sometimes. I want to see Dermot, George and Brian served Bolivian cinnamon peanut butter snacks.

Tasting History. He shows that Roman "garum" a fermented fish sauce delicacy, is only half as vile as you would think.

Vincenzo's Plate. He analyzes Gordon Ramsay's carbonara and is disgusted by the peas. "That may be a tasty fish, but is a not carbonara!"

14Bore26 Sep 2020 11:46 a.m. PST

Not channel, host.
I learned a few things from Alton Brown but will have what Giada is cooking.

mad monkey 126 Sep 2020 11:46 a.m. PST

Food Wishes, with Chef John.
Orange Duck:
YouTube link

Col Durnford Supporting Member of TMP26 Sep 2020 11:54 a.m. PST

Another vote for chef John. Love his prison meatloaf (although it seems the same as his grandmother's meatloaf – not sure where the old lady did time!).

ChrisBrantley26 Sep 2020 2:42 p.m. PST

My subscribe list of YouTube foodies in no particular order:

Townsend
Food Wishes
Alton Brown
Binging with Babbish
Babbish Culinary Universe
Whippoorwill Holler
Chinese Cooking Demystified
Seonkyoung Longest
Pasta Grannies
SortedFood
You Suck at Cooking
emmymadeinJapan
Cowboy Kent Rollins
Silently Cooking
Not Another Cooking Show
j Kenji Lopez-Alt

plus all the short fun recipe videos put out by BuzzFeed and Tasty

On reflection, I begin to understand why my hobby painting production is lagging and why the Doctor is after me to lose some weight.

For those who like YouTube cooking shows, I can highly recommend my current fav – Not Another Cooking Show.

peterx Supporting Member of TMP26 Sep 2020 3:00 p.m. PST

I like watching Pasta Grannies. Older Italian nonnas make homemade pasta dishes from the islands of Sardinia and Silicy to Northern Italian Alps towns where the nonnas speak German and Italian. I also enjoy Mark Wiens food explorations. He doesn't cook, he just shows the cooks cooking his food and then he eats it. It is good.

charared Supporting Member of TMP26 Sep 2020 3:37 p.m. PST

Ditto on Townsend, Irish People "TRY" and "Tasting History".
Must include "Cowboy Kent Rollins" and "Buon-A-Petitti".

Zyphyr27 Sep 2020 1:07 p.m. PST

Townsends

City Steading – they have 3 channels. Cooking, brewing, and gardening.

Adam Liaw – Asian chef from Australia, has a Bob Ross level of calmness.

lclapp28 Sep 2020 8:59 a.m. PST

How2Drink

Lascaris28 Sep 2020 4:19 p.m. PST

Sam the Cooking Guy
Laura in the Kitchen
Babish
Tasty
Cowboy Kent Rollins
Townsend

platypus01au28 Sep 2020 11:55 p.m. PST

I love

Pasta Grannies
Chinese Cooking Demystified
Maangchi
Tasting History
Steve the Bartender

I recently made Parthian Chicken from Tasting History. It was very tasty. I'd recomend people to try it, but you may want to go easy on the Asafoetida.

JohnG

Wolverine29 Sep 2020 10:01 a.m. PST

BBQ Pit Boys
Fire Kitchen
Cowboy Kent Rollins
Hey Grill Hey
Townsend
Quang Tran
How to do BBQ Right
Guga Foods
Food Wishes – Cooked his Baked Ziti just this weekend.
Cooking Classy

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