One of the best parts of having easy and constant access to internet is being able to learn new cooking techniques and hints without needing to pay for a cooking class. Here’s a list of my favorite websites for these types of videos. Some are no longer producing new content, but have left their archives up on YouTube.
Sent via my BFF Gwyneth (ahem, actually through Goop!), Tamra Davis is a director who happens to love to cook. The end result? Great videos with simple recipes on YouTube.
Found via Craftzine, Depression Cooking with Clara is not what it sounds like (an emo chick cooking up depressed food). Expect a lot of recipes with low budget items (i.e. pasta with peas).
Brilliantly written and designed by a team of web savvy men and women (mostly Irish, all on Twitter), Look and Taste has amazing content and recipes.
The leader in online cooking videos, they offer full access to their site for a $299.95 annual subscription fee, or you can pay per lesson. They offer previews of each lesson for free. This would make a great gift for newlyweds nervous about cooking, or a student learning to live on their own.
TV by the epicurious geniuses. It’s easy to use, easy to navigate and has a wealth of videos. From techniques to global dishes, they have you covered!