YouTube's 10 Best Cooking Channels of 2020

Dec 19, 2020 03:59 AM EST | By Kristine M. (staff@foodworldnews.com)

YouTube's 10 Best Cooking Channels of 2020
YouTube's 10 Best Cooking Channels of 2020.
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YouTube has evolved into a massive platform to showcase skill, educate, spread awareness, and entertain.

That is why it is no surprise that the foodies, wannabe cooks, and professional chefs use it to create content for their viewer's gastronomical satisfaction.

If you find yourself having the same interest, you can check out this list of best YouTube cooking channels of 2020.

1. Tasty

According to Mashed, Tasty is one of the cooking YouTube channels with the most number of subscribers. It is no surprise to many since they are a branch of Buzzfeed, one of the biggest content creators in cyberspace.

2. Maanghi

Maangchi, hosted by Korean chef Emily Kim, is perfect for people with a growing obsession with Korean culture.

3. Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay is the first star chef to appear on this list. He happens to be one of the most famous chefs in the world, which is why it's no surprise he has an impactful YouTube presence.

The channel consists of clips from one of his television shows and has a decent amount of content made specifically for YouTube.

4. Jamie Oliver

Consequently, the second British celebrity to appear on this list is Jamie Oliver. His star status and his excellent cooking skills are enough to earn him a spot among the best cooking channels on YouTube.

5. Byron Talbott

At first glance, Byron Talbott's channel may seem no different from other cooking channels, but it will definitely grow on you. Apart from his cooking skills, Byron also focuses on beautification and treats every dish as an art form. 

Read also: 3 Times Gordon Ramsay Blasted Off Terrible Food Hacks on TikTok

6. EmmyMade in Japan

According to Thrillist, you are given a chance to travel around the world when you are stuck watching EmmyMade in Japan videos. Initially, the channel features Emmy cooking and eating Japanese candies and other snacks, but she moved on to include food from all around the world.

7. How To Cook That

The channel stars Anna Reardon and features simple recipe videos. This could be the secret why her following stretched into the thousands.

For the 50th anniversary of "Doctor Who," she was asked to make a cake, which catapulted her to becoming a YouTuber celebrity. Her latest specialty is debunking viral food hack videos.

8. Laura in the Kitchen

Hosted by Laura Vitale, this cooking channel features homemade recipes. Her most popular videos include homemade cupcakes, homemade pizza, and homemade cinnamon rolls. The channel has over 3.3 million subscribers, and Vitale herself has a significant following.

9. Brothers Green Eats

Josh and Mike Greenfield are the two halves of Brothers Green Eats. Despite the name of the channel, it is not focused on vegan or vegetarian recipes. The brothers claim that the channel focuses on three things, which are good vibes, cheap eats, and delicious times.

10. Binging with Babish

Hosted by Andrew Rea, Binging with Babish features original concepts, high production value, and comedic elements into its content. His most popular are the ones in which he creates dishes you've seen on television and film. Food, film, and television is undeniably a combination anyone can enjoy.

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