Photo courtesy of Village Food Factory A man creates traditional South Indian cuisine and street food while his son lovingly records it for his shared YouTube channel. While the cooking methods are traditional, all the videos take place outdoors, on a fireplace or on a brick stove. The presenter offers useful tips and tricks on how to cook all kinds of dishes. Do you need to clean a crab in an expert way? Watch the video.
Cook a whole goat? He has you. Are you interested in stingrays? So does it. He even has an episode where he cooks 300 eggs as easily as he cooks a dozen. The shows end with him tasting his creations with a smile on his face.
Photo courtesy of BoxMac You wouldn't think that watching two guys making jokes in a kitchen while making boxed macaroni and cheese would be fun, but it is. Not only do they try every brand of boxed macaroni and cheese they can get their hands on (there are more than you think), but they season each episode with references to pop culture, cooking knowledge and, sometimes, a song and dance number. Keep an eye out for their special Christmas episodes, the production value is surprisingly high for a modest YouTube channel, with excellent results. Best Ever Food Review Show is the first food review program that explores each country's unique foods with a fresh point of view and strong delivery, encouraging empathy and understanding of other cultures along the way.