Auntie Fee on Thug Kitchen Stealing Her Style: ‘It’s gonna ride free cause a white person wrote it’

Just a few hours ago, foul-mouthed YouTube cooking personality Auntie Fee unleashed a 7-minute lashing directed at both Thug Kitchen and the general double standard she believes exists with their cooking styles.

“It’s gonna ride, and it’s gonna ride free cause a white person wrote it.” — Auntie Fee

Thug Kitchen, as you might remember, began nearly two years ago as an anonymous vegan cooking initiative that used cuss-filled slang in their recipes to lessen the blow of corny-ness associated with vegan and healthy foods.

Their journey is commendable, but when the anonymity of their project ended on their inevitable book tour, the shock that the authors were white caused an uproar. Seriously. They had to cancel Bay Area readings due to protests.


Then there’s Auntie Fee, who rumbled onto the scene much later, her YouTube channel only dating back to July 29 of 2014. The core of their products couldn’t be further apart, Thug Kitchen pushing vegan and healthy, while Auntie Fee cooking up everything else. The only similarity between the two is that they’re vulgar and use the same vernacular someone who “fucks with that” would use.

Fee also seems to be unaware of the hate Thug Kitchen received before their white-unveil and particularly after.

VICE even wrote an entire piece on the duo:

‘Thug Kitchen’ Is the Latest Iteration of Digital Blackface — VICE

Auntie Fee has a lane of her own, though.

Her latest video blog is not to fall on deaf ears. There is still a poignant discussion to be had about double standards and hate toward the new wave of vulgarity in the kitchen (see TheVulgarChef, he burns bridges like a career and makes Auntie Fee and ThugKitchen look like extra-soft blankets).

This hate need not be polarizing to the creators, though. The attractiveness of these new alternative chefs shows us that there is plenty of room in the online kitchen for a host of new-age creators, and that the traditional cooking show is becoming passe and starting to show its age.

Auntie Fee and Thug Kitchen’s beef is not with each other, it’s with the lames who are still clinging on to the old-hat kitchen content that came before them.


9 YouTube Chefs That Will Make You Laugh, Cry and Hungry


YouTube can be a vast ocean of knowledge sometimes. Once you’re hooked, you can spend hours watching mindless video after mindless video. It can also be a useful tool for furthering one’s education. Like, let’s say, expanding one’s culinary abilities. The problem is, for the amateur cook, there’s an endless amount of videos on cooking. After a while, they kind of start to look the same.

We took some time sifting through YouTube and found some of the most notable chefs worth checking out. What sets these channels apart from every other joe cook on YouTube is the fact that each offer something crazy, fun, or unique you can’t see anywhere else.

Bon Appétit!


Epic Meal Time

WHO: A bunch of guys taking the extremities of fast-food and creation monstrous meals from them. Watch them make things like giant pork cheetos, artery clogging bacon burgers and even ride a tank with former governor and Kindergarten Cop, Arnold Schwarzenegger.

WHY: Because, bacon.

SUBSCRIBERS: 6.4 million



Tipsy Bartender

WHO: An enthusiastic bartender who teaches the internet to mix exciting drinks you probably can’t learn anywhere else. Every week he’s accompanied by a new young lady eager to try his … recipe.

WHY: Anyone hoping to make drinks to impress friends and loved ones get a first hand lesson in mixology. This guy does cool cocktails like the alien brain hemorrhage and rainbow shots. Bonus, he also teaches you the science behind the drinks.



Regular Ordinary Swedish Meal Time

WHO: A group of Sweds who cook every day dishes in the most violent and metal way possible.

WHY: Between hilariously face-paced cuts and the violent displays of culinary arts, it’s actually a pretty hilarious combination. It also helps that they chef is snarly the most generic phrases in Swedish.



Nerdy Nummies

WHO: Rosanna Pansino, aka Nerdy Nummys, covered everything from desserts to well, more desserts. But hey, they look pretty darn cool! From Angry Birds cupcakes to Super Mario Mushroom cake pops, this lady definitely has the gamer spirit.

WHY: Nerdy Nummys caters to the geek and diabetics in all of us. With cute gamer-themed desserts, you can easily find a video or two that resonates. Plus everything is just so darn colorful.

SUBSCRIBERS: 2.4 million


My Drunk Kitchen

WHO: Who doesn’t enjoy a nice glass of wine while cooking? Not Hannah Hart, that’s for sure. It’s not the food that you watch her for, it’s the hilarious boozy monologue she provides in each video.

WHY: Cause cooking while drunk is hilarious, but watching someone cook drunk is even funnier.

SUBSCRIBERS: 1.3 million



WHO: Chef John Mitzewich. Super informative guy that sounds like a culinary Seth Rogan.

WHY: Nothing but dialogue and macro shoots of food porn. The guy is personable and keeps his videos short and to the point. Almost all of his videos are less than 5 minutes long. Because time in the kitchen is crazy valuable.



How to Cook That

WHO: An Australian chef  that specializes in cakes, desserts and sweets.

WHY: She makes awesome desserts like the Instagram cake or Twitter cake all with a dope Australian accent.




WHO: Director Adam Pesapane, aka PES, is a guy that makes cooking videos using everyday household items as the base of his foods. Why? Because he animates each cooking video from start to finish.

WHY: Who doesn’t love watching stop motion food being made. The amount of work and detail they put into these cooking videos is ridiculous. Sadly, they require a bit of funding to produce each vid, so not too many videos out there. Still worth checking out though.



Auntie Fee

WHO: A recent internet sensation that swept the world last week with her hilarious videos of Sweet Treats for Kids. Auntie Fee cooks straight from her come kitchen, typically with a family member filming her instructional videos.

WHY: This foul-mouth chef with a heart of gold can easily teach you to cook and give you a chuckle the way only family could. Just the way she describes things makes you want to sit through an entire 20-minute video only 30 seconds into viewing.



Honorable Mention: Great Depression Cooking

Clara Cannucciari educated the world through her cooking dishes from the era of the Great Depression. The 98-year-old chef created dishes she ate growing up and explained each dish’s significance, especially during the time when people had so little to eat. Clara died Nov. 29, 2013.


So whether you’re in need of a simple dish, an intriguing drink, a crazy dessert, or just want to watch something cool. We highly recommend all these channels. Just make sure you don’t start watching on an empty stomach. Trust us, you’re gonna get hungry.


Cooking with Foul-Mouthed Auntie Fee Video Goes Viral on Internet


“It’s just something sweet for the fucking kids” is a stellar way to kick off any show.  Auntie Fee (aka Felicia A. O’Dell), the host of a YouTube cooking series taking over the internet, has us smitten with her zero-fucks approach to life in the kitchen. Dropping memorable words of wisdom such as “Kids and fat people like a lot of cheese” and descriptors like “punk ass cinnamon roll,” Fee’s videos range from tutorials on feeding seven people with just $3.35 to making raisin “sweet treats”.

To date, her videos  have garnered nearly 2 million views and counting. We’re not surprised. It’s only a matter of time before some major network picks her up and gives Auntie Fee her own show. While Awesomely Luvvie describes the show as “Cooking for Bae come to life,” we like to think of it as one of the more practical, resourceful YouTube channels out there.


Sweet Treats for the Fucking Kids


Feeding 7 for Just $3.35