Top 5 Cooking Channels on YouTube to Stream on Your Smart Mirror
A super-fun and productive way to use your Capstone Connected Smart Mirror to its fullest capacity is to watch cooking channels on YouTube and cook along. From ideas for meal prep to finding new recipes and learning new cooking techniques, your smart mirror can become your favorite new kitchen gadget! You can stream and cook in real-time with a favorite celebrity chef or take a virtual cooking class. When you improve your skills, everyone in your house is a winner!
To help kick-start your quest for YouTube channels that appeal to your cooking style, we composed a list of 5 of the most popular cooking channels on YouTube for free and easy streaming through your smart mirror. Whether you are a beginner or an accomplished home chef, there’s something here for everyone.
- Jamie Oliver Channel – A long-time favorite chef admired by a global audience, Jamie Oliver shares his favorite recipes from around the world. 5.73M viewers remind us of his appeal to the beginner home chef as he explains the technique, food origins, and time-saving tips and hacks.
- New York Times Cooking Channel – Well-renowned for its famous recipes, The New York Times food section has a history rich in its devotion to delicious foods and easy-to-follow recipes. Brought to life on this YouTube channel, 523K viewers enjoy a multitude of guest chefs demonstrating mad skills and sharing amazing recipes for you to prepare for your family.
- America’s Test Kitchen Channel – This proves to be an excellent foundation for the beginner cook. Offering many guest cooks sharing their favorite recipes and tips for making them a hit with your family, this channel has 818K viewers and is growing.
- Not Another Cooking Show Channel – This channel provides a unique spin on everything from how to clean a cast iron skillet to the best of holiday cooking. With 954K subscribers, the Not Another Cooking Show Channel provides the viewer with comfortable, easy-to-watch recipes and tips.
- Bon Apétit – Boasting over 818K viewers, the Bon Apétit YouTube channel brings the tasty recipes from its magazine to life with cooking shows designed to help the home chef prepare foods from around the world and also offers lessons on basic cooking skills and how to keep a well-stocked kitchen. Here you will also learn the history of dishes and food origin stories.
Whether you are just learning to cook or are an experienced home chef, there’s always something new and exciting to stream on YouTubes food channels. Some (like the 5 we selected) are free to subscribe to while others (Food Network Channel) charge a monthly subscription rate. Whatever cooking channel you choose to watch on your Capstone Connected Smart Mirror, you’re bound to be delighted with its easy integration into your lifestyle! Explore the possibilities of size, style, and function that Capstone offers.