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I’m María. Nice to meet you. I’m a self-taught home cook living in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. You can read more about me and this website on my about page. This is what I look like:
I create culinary content including written recipes, cooking demonstrations, video tutorials, and more on social media and this website, deepfriedhoney.com.
Follow me on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, and LIKEtoKNOW.it for all of my free offerings.
You can pay for exclusive bonus content on Patreon. Members-only section of deepfriedhoney.com coming soon!
I don’t have many secrets, and I try to make information easily accessible. I’ve created a Frequently Asked Questions page to do just that.
Looking for a particular recipe? I post new ones pretty much weekly to deepfriedhoney.com. If it exists and is available to the general public, it’s there. If you saw it on Instagram check out the grid below and click on any image to get all the details:
Sign up for my mailing list if you want to make sure you don’t miss a recipe. I’m #teaminboxzero, so I won’t spam you with anything I feel is unworthy of your time.
It’s a safe bet that a video like the one above brought you here. Looking for more demos and tutorials? I post in-depth recipe tutorials to YouTube and short cooking demonstrations to Instagram and TikTok.
If you’re like me (old and resistant to change) I have a thread of my TikTok videos on my Twitter that I keep updated.
peanut butter + banana sammies 🍞 ☀️ pic.twitter.com/J61R1Xl5lV— i didn’t make you a plate. 🤫 (@FriedHoney) March 13, 2021
Check out my most recent YouTube tutorials and subscribe to my channel below:
Want to shop my kitchen? I’ve collected every single thing you’ve seen me use in my videos (and some things you haven’t) in my Cooking Essentials post. It also includes item descriptions, recommendations, and links to purchase it all.
Alternatively, I’ve gathered what I could into easy to shop sections in my Amazon Storefront. It’s incomplete because not everything I have is available via Amazon, but there’s still a lot of everything.
I don’t claim to be a master chef or to know the answers to everything, but I definitely know my way around the kitchen.
I host monthly Zoom cooking classes for my Patreon supporters. In the near future, I plan to offer both tickets to live classes and video replays of existing classes in the shop.
(the short + to the point version)
instagram. look at pictures + videos of food i’ve fed my family recently. the soundtrack is awesome.
TikTok. see shorter versions of my IG cooking videos, this time with Soothing Informational Voiceovers.
YouTube. watch in-depth (but still to the point) recipe tutorials, also with Soothing Informational Voiceovers.
Twitter. read semi-regular retweets about why capitalism sucks + spoiler-free chatter about tv shows. also more food stuff.
Facebook. one-stop shop for all of my latest recipes, videos, photos, announcements and releases.
Pinterest. browse through my personal collections of food, home, and lifestyle inspo.
Apple Music. check out what i’ve been listening to recently and my collection of playlists.
Patreon. paid bonus content like livestreams and exclusive recipes for a monthly pledge.
Cash App. i accept tips of any amount. i’ll probably spend it on butter.
Playstation. i’m not a gamer I just play a lot. Ghosts of Tsushima + MHW, mostly.
Mailing List. get new recipes + important announcements straight to your inbox. No spam, ever.
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