Let Me Introduce You to TheFeedFeed
Who doesn’t love The Food Network? Well, probably some people, but that’s besides the point because there are plenty other lifestyle brands that promote all kinds of cuisine and culinary techniques. From healthy treats to comfort dishes, content that suits your interests is out there just waiting for you to discover it.
Now, I’m not one to brag, but I can make a mean Quaker oatmeal. Just kidding, I can barely manage that. Seriously, I am definitely not a culinary master. In fact, if I was on a culinary competition show, it would probably be Netflix’s NailedIt, a series basically made for people that don’t know squat about cooking or baking.
So, why am I talking about food? Well, duh, it’s good. But aside from that, watching cooking videos is one of my favorite pastimes. It’s essentially free therapy. It’s soothing and mesmerizing and satisfying. Watching a baker perfectly frost a cake? Bam, satisfying. Watching someone crack four eggs at one time without losing any shells in the mixture? Boom, satisfying. Watching someone plate delicious food and place it into a picture-perfect spread? Ah, so satisfying.
Alright, so let’s cut to the chase. I am here to praise a specific company that has shaped my #FoodPorn addiction into what it is today. TheFeedFeed, created by Julie Resnick, a food-loving, culinary extraordinaire and graduate from the Institute of Culinary Education, has created this brand with the intention to connect people who love to cook. The company’s website houses a plethora of meal plans, recipes, articles, videos, and more. Everything fits together in a dreamy, minimalistic fashion that helps exemplify the food’s beauty and color. Do I sound crazy yet? Just stay with me.
I personally get my dose of TheFeedFeed from their Instagram, specifically their IGTV segments. Each video is put together seamlessly, and I’ve actually learned a couple things from watching them. I’ve learned how to make a beautiful simple syrup, how to spice up my everyday meals, and how to make cold brew coffee in a mason jar at home. Aside from the recipes, the Food Editors at TheFeedFeed are truly enjoyable to listen to and learn from. They’re upbeat, fresh, inspiring, and extremely knowledgeable.
So, if you haven’t left this article yet to go peep their Instagram account, I would recommend doing so right away. Get ready, you’re about to fall in love with a new way to watch satisfying food videos. Bon appetit!