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Catch n Cook California is a great channel. It’s got everything from foraging for plants, shellfish, spear fishing, hunting, and survivalist skills, and the dishes they make always look amazing.
Hey, thanks so much! I’ll for sure check it out. I’m definitely interested in more fascinating cooking channel suggestions, since I’d love to do a follow-up to this article.
While the quality of the channel has unfortunately devolved into overly cheesy, massive click-bait recipes, Almazan Kitchen started off really strong. It’s based out of Serbia and features a guy cooking rustic local or American dishes outside. There’s no dialogue, but you can hear the knife chopping ingredients or a nearby stream bubbling. Sometimes there’s a dog!
Two more YouTube cooking channels I’d add to the list.
AlmazanKitchen (one word) is outdoor cooking, usually done in the woods by a creek. The chef, whose face you rarely see, prepares a dish or meal from scratch and cooks it over a fire or gas burner. There’s no narration, only the sounds of nature and cooking.
Townsends is 18th century cooking using settings, recipes and prep/cooking methods true to the era. The chef is active in larping , and he and any other participants dress in period costumes. You get dishes served with a side of history about their origins.
I was just about to suggest AlmazanKitchen, too!