Even it’s an uncertain and scary time, but you and your loved ones still need to eat, and the act of preparing and serving a meal — even a simple one — can bring great comfort to the cook as well as to the diner. That’s why we’ve rounded up the very best food accounts on Instagram, for home cooks and hungry scrollers alike…
On YouTube, Tasty’s videos tend to be a bit longer than the 60-second viral videos popular in Instagram feeds. They include basic tutorials, taste tests comparing store-bought and homemade foods, and more advanced techniques.
Jamie Oliver — a British celebrity chef and author of many cookbooks. His channel offers expert tutorials on cooking a range of dishes, a perfect pot roast, and vegetable curry. All shot in a friendly, approachable manner.
Laura In The Kitchen
Since starting her YouTube channel in 2010, Laura has published a cookbook and is now the host of the Simply Laura show on the Cooking Channel, but that hasn’t kept her from posting new episodes on her YouTube channel. Expect recipes for dishes such as prosciutto Parmesan twists, pasta with shrimp and arugula pesto, and Nutella Popsicles.
Binging With Babies
On his channel he focuses on adapting foods and dishes from pop culture. He shoots the videos from his kitchen in Harlem, where he has masterfully recreated recipes from popular television shows and movies, like the Krabby Patty from Spongebob.
On YouTube, Tasty’s videos tend to be a bit longer than the 60-second viral videos popular in Facebook feeds. They include basic tutorials such as penne four ways and three-ingredient dinners, taste tests comparing store-bought and homemade foods, and more advanced techniques like making deep-fried ice cream.