2. Cooking With Jack
Jack Scalfani is like your fun, friendly neighbor, only with a popular YouTube cooking show. Jack’s got an all-American palette with a focus on barbecue, hamburgers, chili, and other party favorites.
In addition to his great how-tos in the kitchen, Jack has a strong social media presence, and interacts with his subscribers regularly through his videos, YouTube comments, and Twitter. With over 65 YouTube videos (some of which also discuss kitchen equipment and gadgets), and nearly 6,000 subscribers, “Cooking With Jack” is certainly a great place to check in before your next “Big Game Get-Together.”
3. Everyday Dish
For those with a somewhat healthier mindset, head on over to the Everyday Dish, where Julie Hasson and a slew of guest chefs cook up plant-based vegetarian and vegan dishes. Most of the recipes are pretty painless, and the more traditional “cooking show” style production values make it easy to follow along. If you’re really into any of the recipes highlighted on YouTube, you can always check out the Every Day Dish website to find printable, step-by-step copies.