Teen’s rainbow cake lesson among top-trending food videos
NEW YORK, Aug 3 — Mexican blogging personality Yuyaa pulls off the impressive feat of beating Epic Meal Time this week to become the top food-related YouTube video for her teeny bopper girlie rainbow-coloured cake.
As of 10 am GMT, August 2, Yuyaa’s peppy tutorial on how to make a kaleidoscope Betty Crocker cake with heart-shaped sprinkles received 836,623 views over the past seven days.
Here are the top cooking shows on YouTube from this week:
Como hacer pastel arcoiris?
rainbow-coloured cake frosted with vanilla icing from a jar and multi-coloured heart-shaped sprinkles. In true teen girl spirit, the cake is created with a little help from Betty Crocker and lots of food colouring.Bubbly, impossibly cute YouTube personality Yuyaa from Mexico strays from her usual makeup and fashion tutorials to give her 422,267 fans a quick cooking lesson with a
View count: 836,623
Pig Face Stew
Like many of Epic Meal Time’s videos, a roasted pig face serves as a gratuitous shot of graphic porcine porn in the latest episode, as the Montreal-based YouTube team makes a pulled pork stew garnished with deep-fried pickles, deep-fried pork knuckles and chipotle sauce, a meal that clocks in at 70,110 calories.
View count: 616,160
In the spirit of the Olympics, Hannah Hart, whose YouTube schtick is to capture her progressive decline into drunkenness while cooking on camera, suggests a few drinking games that include tipping one back every time someone mentions US Olympian Michael Phelps when he’s not swimming, and out of the swimming context. “His torso looks like it comes from a nightmare.”
View count: 147,337
Bandai-Konapun #19-yakisoba, curry udon
Remember the Easy Bake Oven, Hasbro’s child-friendly kitchen? This video shows the Japanese version, in which pouches of powder turn into no-cook udon noodles, curry sauces, and soba broths with the simple addition of water and chemistry. Unlike the American kit, however, while fun and aesthetic the Japanese version is inedible. The video comes complete with sound effects of noodles frying on the stove.
View count: 126,286
Japanese food channel CookingwithDog shows viewers how to make a popular pasta dish that caters to Japanese palates. What looks like pasta carbonara is actually spaghetti with marinated roe of Pollack, grated daikon radish, and topped with roasted nori strips and Parmesan. As always, Francis the dog oversees the production from his perch on the edge of the stove. The episode is narrated in English.
View count: 89,258