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Old 02-05-2014, 09:06 AM   #11
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There are some really great youtube channels, I watch them all the time. For baking, the Woodland bakery channel is good, her baking recipes aren't too complicated or intimidating. She had an old channel with great recipes, but the videos were chaos, her camera person was very annoying. She has broken away and the new channel is much improved! She's a professional baker and every recipe that I have made has been rock solid.

Food Wishes is also great for beginners. Chef John explains things in a humorous way and again his recipes aren't too fussy or complicated.

One of our very own members Powerplantop has a channel, look up James Strange, World of Flavor. He does lots of international dishes, leaning toward Asian.

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Old 02-05-2014, 11:49 AM   #12
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kg, you can also sign up (for free) at both "America's Test Kitchen" and the sister show "Cook's Country". That gives you access to recipes and select videos from the current season. If you want to find things from previous seasons you either have to part with money or (my preferred approach) do some creative googling along with Youtube searching. Good luck!

I purchased the annual web subscription to Cooks Illustrated, so that might be enough. Sounds like it would be good to supplement it with youtube videos.

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Old 02-05-2014, 11:51 AM   #13
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Thank you everyone for all the great suggestions!

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