10 TikTok accounts to follow if you love to cook

The world of cooking on TikTok (CookTok?) is as big and varied as an all-you-can-eat Las Vegas buffet. Some of it looks scrumptious, some of it is questionable, and some of it might make you downright sick. But don’t worry, we’ve done the prep work of choosing the creme de la creme for your cooking pleasure.

There are lots of amazing cooking accounts on TikTok, so this is by no means comprehensive. But the ones to make this list were chosen for their genuine usefulness, diversity of cuisines, and unique voice. Bon appétit!

Come for the vegan recipes, stay for

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Frozen Honey Jelly Is The Most Satisfying TikTok Trend

TikTok’s food hacks are on fire right now! Not literally on fire. In fact, they’re quite the opposite – they’re ice-cold and we’re loving them.

Earlier today, we brought you whipped lemonade, which is just about the tastiest, most refreshing beverage you’ll drink this summer.

And now we’re here to offer you another way to cool down during this heatwave the UK is currently having: frozen honey jelly.

If you’ve been on TikTok recently, you’re bound to have come across ‘frozen honey’ or ‘frozen honey jelly’ on the For You page. And maybe you weren’t sure it was

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After Johor woman asked to pay up RM10,500 in rent, son goes to TikTok with plea to get customers for her food stall (VIDEO)

Normalah has been struggling to keep herself afloat as business has been bad since the MCO. — Screengrab via Facebook/FedtriYahya

Normalah has been struggling to keep herself afloat as business has been bad since the MCO. — Screengrab via Facebook/FedtriYahya

PETALING JAYA, April 6 — A son’s initiative to promote his mother’s food stall selling food such as mee bandung, ayam goreng berempah and bakso has led to people visiting the stall.

Muhammad Farid Abdul Rahman, who posted the video on TikTok told Malay Mail that since the first movement control order (MCO), his mother had been struggling to keep the food stall business afloat.

On top of that, his mother Normalah Daud became gutted when she was recently told

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TikTok chef cooks with hotel room appliances in quarantine

Cooking has changed during the coronavirus pandemic. Maybe you’re doing more of it than ever in an effort to stay home. Maybe limited supplies of staple items led to creative twists on beloved recipes. Maybe you decided to get really ambitious early on, like the rest of the country, and bake your own bread.

But perhaps no cooking venture has been as innovative as the one undertaken by Jago Randles, a 23-year-old chef from England who traveled to Canada to work in Whistler, British Columbia. The country has strict coronavirus regulations: Any traveler entering the country has

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