Bloopers and Behind the Scenes 2020 (VIDEO)

We’ve had so many requests for a blooper video, so here it is. Our Youtube Channel saw explosive growth in 2020 and we filmed tons of videos so of course there were plenty of bloopers.

Natasha in Natashas Kitchen

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Watch the 2020 Bloopers Video

Bloopers highlight the reality of filming. Our typical filming day takes about 4-6 hours and we turn it into a 10-minute video. There’s a ton of funny business that happens in between. These are our best outtakes and deleted scenes from the year.

I hope you enjoyed this behind the scenes look of our filming process and all the funny moments that should bring a smile to your face. 

Behind the Scenes Photos

If you were ever curious what our behind the scenes setup looks like, here is a peek at what our kitchen looks like when our equipment is up. We have all of our Camera Equipment in our Amazon Shop.

Natasha in kitchen with camera equipment behind the scenes

Above is our 3-camera set-up. The smaller camera on the slider tripod travels around the kitchen.

Camera facing Natasha

Making Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom Sauce for our Christmas Special.

Cameraman and Natasha in Kitchen

This is my very handsome cameraman (aka my husband). He is the real star of the show. He runs every camera and edits on his own. I’m encouraging him to get some help. Maybe this year we will be blessed with an assistant for filming or editing.

Video editing on computer screen

My husband spends hours every week editing and pulling the video together. He does amazing work.

Camera man pointing camera at stove
Natasha on ladder photographing food

Capturing the hero images and footage of our Baked Ziti. We literally move things over to the window mid-filming to get the beautiful food shots with natural light.

Natasha grilling crab legs

We can’t wait to break out the grill again and make all the grilled things. P.S. If you’re in the mood for seafood after this picture, check out our Crab Legs tutorial.

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More Blooper Videos

It’s become a tradition to share our bloopers at the end of every year. I hope these bring you some much-needed belly laughs.

Any Recipe Requests?

Let me know in a comment below if you have any recipe or cooking tutorial requests. Or if you have any favorite recipes you’d like to share with us, please share in the comments or send them to: hello @ natashaskitchen.com (no spaces).

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