With the release of The Most Popular YouTube Cooking Videos of 2010, your constant dinnertime dilemma -- Hamburger Helper or a scary new recipe that drives the family to McDonald's? -- may be over. Filled with easy-to-follow instructions and loads of helpful hints, each of the 20 foolproof recipes can be whipped up in no time. These videos guide your hand at easy classics like pizza Margharita, a jalapeño burger (just for Dad), buttermilk biscuits, and mac and cheese. Get fancy with salmon cooked in rendered duck fat, with broccoli and tomatoes. Or go exotic with Korean kimchi and Thai samosas. We wish spring were just around the corner, but in the meantime we can still think pink (and purple) with kid-friendly bunny cakes. Nobody said you had to make them all, but, honestly, you'd be crazy not to. Start with the sculptural potato ball in a potato box, above.
Visit the Huffington Post to watch them all.
And while you're at YouTube, check out the best videos from Slashfood (including a sneak peek at country music star Zac Brown's kitchen on the road), and the best from KitchenDaily (such as The Pantry Project series of how-to videos from Gail Simmons).