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Ten Digital Cooking Shows Worth Watching

Cooking shows aren’t just for television anymore. The internet is full of interesting shows about food and cooking. Here are ten shows you should be subscribing to. Tell us what other shows you love in the comments.

Chef Steps

Source: YouTube

ChefSteps is dedicated to sharing modernist cuisine and the science of cooking to a growing community of curious cooks and chefs. They publish spectacularly beautiful videos that range from easy-to-replicate at home to things we prefer to leave in the capable hadnds of professionals.

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Dark Rye

The Portland Meat Collective from Dark Rye on Vimeo.

Source: Dark Rye

Dark Rye is a monthly food and and lifestyle online magazine produced by Whole Foods Markets. The show explores the people who are making a difference — in both conventional and uncoventional ways — to make a difference in our communities.

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Kitchen Vignettes

Source: PBS Food YouTube Channel

The first PBS Food digital show, Kitchen Vignettes is a farm-to-table web series by Aube Giroux. Using only music, each episode tells the story of a different ingredient as it is harvested and then spun into one of Aube’s beautiful creations.

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Original Fare

Source: PBS Food YouTube Channel

This PBS Food web series follows Kelly Cox on her weird adventures across the U.S. as she hangs with chefs, hunters, moonshiners and other characters to discover the real stories about how we consume food in America.

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Everyday Food

Source: YouTube

Hosted by Sarah Carey, this daily YouTube show (and accompanying blog) is the newest incarnation of the former PBS and Martha Stewart show. Sarah shares beautiful recipes, helpful tips and more.

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Veggietorials

Source: YouTube

Cobi Kim describes her show as “kinda like a tutorial, only with more vegetables.” While the show is a hit among vegans, we recommend it for anyone who is interested in adding more plant-based recipes into their diet.

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Crumbs

Source: YouTube

Crumbs features two sisters from across the pond — Claire and Lucy McDonald, who prepare quick and tasty meals designed for families. We love their videos, but we’re still waiting for a Downton Abbey-themed episode.

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Farm to Table Family

Source: YouTube

Farm to Table Family, part of the PBS Parents YouTube network, focuses on bringing the family together through healthy, tasty, and beautiful foods. The recipes are modern takes on traditional favorites inspired by the finest and freshest seasonal ingredients.

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WHYY’s Art of Food

Source: WHYY

Nominated for a James Beard Award last year, the Art of Food is a weekly segment in WHYY’s Friday Arts show. Each segment is published individually online, making it one of our favorite weekly videos to watch.

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Kitchen Explorers

Source: PBS Parents YouTube Channel

Kitchen Explorers features noted food blogger Alice Currah. Started as a blog for PBS Parents, the video series features the full story behind the most interesting and popular family-friendly recipes from the site.

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