I'm addicted to watching What I Ate videos at the moment. They're not slick or polished, they usually don't even contain full recipes but there is something about that brief glimpse into watching someone preparing their everyday dinner that I find memorising. It's an intimate act preparing dishes filled with love for our families and not one that we often get to see from others. In fact, it's probably because What I Ate videos aren't staged cookery videos or fancy dinner party recipes but just good everyday home cooking that me makes really enjoy them. The shaky camera work, children interrupting and the camera lens getting filled with steam just adds to the charm.
I've picked up some great ideas watching other peoples videos too.
What do you think of the "What I Ate" craze?