The Blanton Museum of Art
"...When last we spoke with Hilah Johnson and Chris Sharpe of Hilah Cooking (see "Seasoning's Greetings," Screens, Sept. 23), they were carrying along in the kitchen with their streamlined two-camera setup, posting weekly updates, and getting ready to celebrate the show's third season and second anniversary..."
"...Season four of HilahCooking begins this Tuesday, September 4! It's hard to believe that what started as a goofy experiment is soon coming up on its third anniversary...."
"...Written in her signature down-to-earth lingo, Hilah Johnson's Learn To Cook: A Down and Dirty Guide to Cooking (For People Who Never Learned How) (Hilah Cooking, 308 pp., $20) is a good beginner's guide to cooking and a great gift for the drive-thru addict in your life...."
"..."Hey, dudes" isn't quite Paula Deen's signature, butter-slathered "Hey, y'all," but somehow it suits Hilah Cooking...."
"...1) Hilah Cooking (www.hilahcooking.com) This Internet cooking show produced by Hilah Johnson and Christopher Sharpe has only become more professional, more comprehensive, and easier to enjoy over the past year. Hilah is now posting two cooking videos every day, along with enjoyable blog posts, downloadable cookbooks, and easy-to-print recipe cards...."
"...2) HILAH COOKING In addition to making videos, posting recipes, and writing cookbooks, Hilah Johnson also had a baby this year. The fact that she managed to continue to crank out such high-quality work throughout the year is flabbergasting..."
"...Feed your body: Hilah Johnson serves up a weekly Web video on Hilah Cooking (see "Seasoning's Greetings," Screens, Sept. 23, 2011), but this past summer she also released Learn To Cook, a comprehensive e-book filled with recipes, tips, shortcuts, videos, and some trademark "dirty jokes and cussin'." Johnson always delivers, and her stint as one of YouTube's Next Chefs suggests 2012 will be another hearty year...."
"...Sustainable Food Center Director Susan Leibrock and Tom Philpott (of Mother Jones and Maverick Farms) present Food Fight: Web Tech as Battleground for the Local to talk technology in the local food scenes across the nation. Who knew our mobile devices are also affecting our taste buds? Disrupting Dinner: Food Trucks, Top Chefs & Yo Mama examines the ways smartphones are shaping our entire process of eating – from selection to cooking to consumption..."
"...2) Hilah Cooking (www.hilahcooking.com) This Internet cooking show produced by Hilah Johnson and Christopher Sharpe is slowly clawing its way to the top of the heap. Begun with a handheld camera in 2010, it is now pretty darn slick, hilarious, and awesome..."
"...The esteemed judges will include Mando Rayo of Taco Journalism, Addie Broyles of the Austin American-Stateman, Hilah Johnson of Hilah Cooking, and myself. Aspiring contestants should email firstname.lastname@example.org...."
"...Hilah Johnson of Hilah Cooking: Oh lord, I stay inside...."
"...This was not the only time the Texas Rollergirls were in front a camera. Recently several skaters got to show off their second favorite hobby as they join Hilah Johnson of Hilah Cooking to develop a new official Texas Rollergirls' cocktail..."
"...Kudos to Jessica Meyer's ATX Gluten-Free (www.atxglutenfree.wordpress.com) and Mando Rayo's Taco Journalism (www.tacojournalism.blogspot.com) for being the only Texas food blogs recognized by Zagat... And a big shout out to Hilah Johnson, whose Web TV series, Hilah Cooking!, was named Blog of the Year at last week's Austin Blogger Awards – you go, girl!..."
"...Local YouTube cooking sensation Hilah Johnson's new 12-part series, Hilah's Texas Kitchen, has just debuted at www.youtube.com/tastemade. In the new series, Johnson visits a Central Texas barbecue icon, grapefruit growers in the Rio Grande Valley, shrimpers in Port Aransas, dairy goat farms, puffy tacomakers in San Antonio, and several other emblematic Texas food producers before returning to her home kitchen for cooking demos..."
"...Guests were treated to Twisted X brews (and a fizzy homemade Tex-Mex cola, thank you!); margaritas from Paula's Texas Orange and Republic Tequila; tamales, salsas, and side dishes by Iliana de la Vega of El Naranjo; pit-roasted goat and beef prepared by Kiko Guerra; plus corn and flour tortillas from Margarita's Tortilla Factory. While I found the feast itself very satisfying, what appealed to me most on Friday's menu were the food stories shared by poet Liliana Valenzuela and writer Beatriz Terrazas, and the opportunity to learn more about the DIY attitude that's helping to make blogger Hilah Johnson a YouTube cooking sensation and fueling the food travel app developments of bloggers Rachel and Logan Cooper of Boots in the Oven..."
"...1. The multimedia Pop-Up Food Magazine will explore the business of telling food stories associated with the Tex-Mex diaspora, with food writer Elissa Altman, New York Times food columnist Molly O'Neill, syndicated columnist Gustavo Arellano, Foodways Texas co-founder Melissa Guerra, Austin-based bloggers Rachel and Logan Cooper of Boots in the Oven, writer and photographer Beatriz Terrazas, and Austin Internet cooking sensation Hilah Johnson..."