I like cooking. My step-mom Florence taught me how to make a few things, and then when I lived on my own and then served as a full-time missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I learned even more. I don't have a huge repertoire, but I can definitely follow a recipe, and there are even a few things I have cooked enough times that I don't really need a recipe, just a list of ingredients. Eventually I may be able to do without those.
I have some favorite sources of recipes, both online and offline (e.g. books).
Online Recipe Sources
Food Wishes: Chef John
He has been posting preparation videos for over a decade now, and you can find pretty much any kind of food on his YouTube channel and associated websites.
Not a professional chef, but as he says, he just fell into it accidentally on YouTube.
- Adam Ragusea - He says: "My name is Adam Ragusea. I cook in my house, and I show you how you can too (in your house, not mine). I like to use my head when I cook, but I have no time for being fussy or fancy. I post a recipe video every Thursday, and some other kind of video about food every Monday (usually with science)."
Tasting History with Max Miller
- Tasting History with Max Miller - This is a history channel with a twist (of lemon, perhaps?)