By Abby Humphreys
Brothers Green Eats isn’t your average YouTube cooking channel. Instead of filming lengthy and difficult recipes no college student would ever bother making, brothers Josh and Mike Greenfield focus on creating easy, budget-friendly meals and teaching the skills necessary to survive four years in school without breaking the bank on mediocre and unhealthy food.
According to their website, the brothers have been featured on The Rachael Ray Show and competed on Food Network’s Chopped in 2013. They currently star in MTV International’s Brother’s Green: Eats! and update their YouTube channel weekly.
Their website states,
“While other cooking shows are trying to impress the high-class foodie with exotic flavors and exclusive restaurants, the brothers have decided to focus on the common cook. The brothers cook for all ages, shapes and flavors and spend every day working passionately to inspire those in need to get out there and connect to their ingredients, their friends and to themselves using food as the vehicle for exploring all of this.”
The brothers make videos ranging from recreating the menus of fast food giants like Taco Bell and Wendy’s to making more ethnically diverse recipes more accessible, such as how to make popular Thai and Korean dishes. Vegetarian- and vegan-friendly cuisine and budgeted meal plans are also frequently included in the mix.
You can visit and subscribe to Brothers Green Eats here.