Want to Make a Cooking TikTok? Here's How to Get Started
So you've spent most of the past year or two scrolling through recipes on TikTok, who hasn't? But when you reach for your phone to make your own, well, you might realize the process isn't as easy as influencers make it seem. Capturing your home cooking can be tricky—steam fogs up your camera lens, frying food sounds more gross than deliciously crackly, and the lights above your range add the strangest glare to that pasta you thought looked amazing. But if you're determined to share your recipes on #FoodTok, fear not, we've asked some experts for tips on how to film, edit, and post cooking TikToks you'll be proud to share. We can't wait to see it on our For You page.