‘Christy’s Kitchen Throwback’ is a hit

Katelyn Eddington

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As I was scrolling through the deep abyss of YouTube at midnight, I came across a familiar face and voice.  

Then it got me: 

Who remembers Christy Carlson Romano? 

If yes, great. 

If no, let me take you back to the early 2000’s. 

She voiced Kim Possible, was Ren in Even Stevens and had a role in Cadet Kelly.  

However, she now runs a successful YouTube channel.  

Now, her YouTube channel is not your average channel.  

She reunited your favorite early 2000’s Disney Channel and Nickelodeon stars. 

Along with her guests, she cooks and bakes with them.  

They talk about making the shows they were on and what they’re doing now. 

Some of her guests include: Will Friedle, Jason Dolley, Drake Bell and Andy Lawrence. 

As I was watching these YouTube videos, I got nostalgia I did not know I needed.  

Literally, the best way to describe this channel is nostalgia. 

It is also probably now my favorite channel. 

In all honesty, it genuinely is probably the pure-hearted YouTube channel. 

I think this is also the most original thought I have seen in a long time. 

I am not saying all YouTube channels do not have original content; what I am saying is in today’s world of reboots and sequels, it is nice to find someone with creative original content. 

I believe that’s what I like about these videos, plus some of the recipes are easy to make.  

Along with the guests, the recipes are inspired by the shows they were on. 

For example, Will Friedle’s episode featured the Naco, which is a dish from the show “Kim Possible.”  

Friedle voiced Ron Stoppable on the show. 

This episode was my favorite because as I was watching, it gave me everything I did not know I needed in life.     

She even uses vegan, vegetarian and other respectable dietary choices with each guest, depending on what their lifestyle choices are. 

So, if you’re looking for nostalgia, recipes and something to laugh at all in good fun, check out “Christy’s Kitchen Throwback.” 

Katelyn Eddington is a senior journalism major. She can be reached at 581-2812 or at [email protected].