Annotated is site for discovering new recipes through high-quality cooking videos. We hand-pick the best videos from YouTube to create in-depth weekly guides on specific dishes.
We believe that videos are a powerful way to learn, but that they are not an ideal format for informational videos, such as cooking videos. Cooking videos are packed with important information like ingredient lists, cooking directions, and step-by-step instructions on how to make a dish. Yet, this information is a pain to search through — if you forget a step, or forget whether the recipe called for two eggs or three, your only option is to seek through the video until you find the piece of information you were looking for. We found this experience frustrating.
On the other side of the spectrum are cooking blogs and cookbooks. Here, it's quite easy to look up an ingredient or step that you missed — but reading through a blog post isn't nearly as fun and engaging as watching a video. We wanted the best of both worlds — the video, but also an easy way to see the directions, ingredients, and other crucial information. So we decided to create just this.
If you are interested in collaborating, we'd love to hear from you! We are always looking for new opportunities to share our curated content with the right audience. Please contact Drew at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in working together.