Bacon Bowls & Bacon Wrapped Chicken

Sam and Cam go crazy with bacon so if you are a vegetarian be wary. Be prepared to drool over homemade bacon bowls and bacon wrapped chicken in this highly entertaining segment of cooking with Sam and Cam.




Green Bean Casserole

Sam and Cam make one of the great American casserole dishes, Green Bean Casserole, along with a secret ingredient and lots of humor and fun. Also make sure to bake the casserole for 30 minutes at 350 degrees…they forgot to mention that part.

Chocolate Éclair Cake

Sam and Cam make a simple yet addictive dessert that will make anyone’s mouth water. Their chocolate éclair cake can be quickly and easily made by cooks of all ages, so join them as they create this yummy treat while entertaining you at the same time.

Carnitas, Fried Rice, and Refried Beans

Sam and Cam celebrate the Mexican holiday of Cinco de Mayo by creating an authentic feast with Carnitas (braised pork), Spanish Fried Rice, and Re-Fried Beans. Enjoy their silly anecdotes about mustaches, garlic, and a devious can-opener while they show how to cook a meal full of savory food.

Holiday Gingerbread Houses

Sam and Cam get into the Holiday spirit and show how to make quick and simple Gingerbread Houses with Graham Crackers, simple Icing, and whatever candy is left over from Halloween.

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

We recently found our first Cooking with Sam and Cam doppelgangers (twins). These guys seem to have as fun of a time as us cooking in the kitchen.

Here is their first video…looks yummy?

Their second video is even more fun…they even get the intro line a little more spot on…

Later we were excited to find a spin off video from some of our friends who have moved away, but due to the power of Facebook are still in touch with all the important things, like “Cooking with Sam and Cam” videos.


We hope that you enjoy these spin offs, imitations, and parodies as much as we did.