As technology has advanced, YouTube has become a platform where you can view just about anything you want. There are communities for everyone, whether it be the beauty community with hair and makeup channels, the gaming community, or the food community. There are so many channels dedicated to cooking tutorials, travel and eating, or just pure food entertainment. If you haven’t heard of these channels, you should check them out and subscribe- you can say Alicia sent you!
#5 – Miniature Space
If you are or have ever been fascinated by mini food, the channel Miniature Space is for you. From mini pancakes to mini hamburgers, the channel is equally relaxing and fun to watch.
#4 – Maangchi
An icon of Korean cooking and cuisine, Maangchi invites her audience to explore the different meals and flavors of Korea- and she shows you step by step how to do it! Her lively spirit and fun nature hooks you in from the beginning- it’s no wonder she has over 3 million subscribers!
#3 – Strictly Dumpling
One of my all time favorite food YouTubers, Strictly Dumpling aka Mikey Chen, travels all across the world trying delicacies and delicious food in every place he visits. Whether its the food on the airplane he’s traveling on, the food at the local McDonald’s or 7/11, or trying the best dumplings in NYC, Mikey’s conversational and lighthearted nature has kept me a loyal subscriber for a long time and you should subscribe too!
#2 – First We Feast
You may know First We Feast from their series called “Hot Ones”, that features various celebrities eating very spicy chicken wings. Hot Ones may be the most popular series on the First We Feast channel, with guests like Gordon Ramsay and Shaq, however, the channel has a lot of other great series too! There’s the Burger Show, Sean in the Wild, and Curry Shop. With over 6 million subscribers, its worth a shot to check out the great work this channel puts out
#1 – Binging With Babish
Combing his love for cooking and film/television, Andrew Rea has dedicated his Youtube channel, Binging with Babish, to cooking foods from different scenes in movies or on TV. From the meatballs and gravy from Goodfellas, to all the different shrimps in Forrest Gump, Rea has consistently produced awesome content that has gotten him over 4.5 million subscribers.