I Made 9 Low-Carb Dinners For Two People On A $25 Budget (In NYC!) 2022

Senior producer, , is challenged with making as lots of low-carb dinners as she can for 2 people with a $25 budget plan.




EDITOR: Zach Lennon-Simon
ART: Sarah Ceniceros + Allie Folino
ANIMATION: Vineet Sawant

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    1. @Kashawana Walton you have an idea 💡👍💡💡💡💡💡💡💡💡💡💡💡💡💡💡 i💡💡

  1. People who wants june to have her own YT channel 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️

    Update: Thanks so much for the likes.. this is the proof that we all love June 🥰

    1. @Taru A more people need to see this comment. We need more people subbing to her channel!!! junelikethemonth

    1. Yeah i feel like she needs significant raise- 3 meals a day for a week? Working too long hours filming herself buying supplies, filming, production, planning and recruited taste tester aka Aaron too lol

  2. I love that June has such a natural look about her; she is stunning without makeup and is such an inspiration in terms of embracing one’s own bare-faced, au naturale beauty. She is a very talented and resourceful chef. I have learned a lot from her tutorials!

  3. The ninth meal was a masterclass on recipe development. I loved how June talked through how she was adjusting the ingredients to try to get a cohesive crepe.

  4. I was so happy to see chicken hearts. They are absolutely delicious and we eat them a lot here in Brazil, as barbecued skewers. It’s the absolute favorite here, and I really think everyone should try it at least once.

    1. Yes, I know chicken heart and chicken stomach from West African cuisine, they are so yummy. I love the texture, so chewy.

  5. I only watch June’s videos on Delish because she’s the most relatable and easy to watch. Please pay her $1000/hr because she deserves it.

    1. Ya bec she’s a real person. Like in normal clothing w normal conversation and a real house

  6. I love their little ratings game. These two are such a cute couple to me. Dont hate on Aaron she LOVES the feedback! Delish: get this woman more air time! 🙂

    1. Yeah, pretty sure she is able to make her own choices. Most of the people who hate on him probably wouldn’t eat spleen either; her choices are hers, we can respect that.

  7. I’m glad Aaron still comes to the camera, despite people being downright mean about him in the comments of earlier videos. It’s great to have another take on the dishes and he has a good sense of humour!

    1. Aaron is authentic. And that’s why June loves him. You can tell they have an authentic relationship. He loves June for the same reasons he can criticize her dishes. They are real people. I have been with my husband for 30 years. You don’t get there with platitudes or falsehood. Much love to June and Aaron ❤️

    2. @Cece this is not a drama
      The one dating him is June so I don’t see why you have to criticize him for their interactions. please respect other people and don’t be a keyboard warrior

    3. @josie I 100% agree with this. The thanks giving video was when the comment section really came for his neck LOL! Then in the following Christmas video his whole persona was different, I think at one point June even said he was trying too hard to sell the food, when he gave feedback – which was very different to his earlier stances when providing feedback. This also might be an unpopular opinion but just because June ‘doesn’t have a problem’ with what Aaron may or may not say, doesn’t mean others can’t comment if they hear something that to them is harsh, off, or simply not funny. There is a comment section and we use it. This couple is on the internet and we are free to discuss what we see. anywayyyssssssss.. I loved this video and it was extra nice hearing better phrased feedback from Aaron 😀

  8. I like Aaron’s commentaries, he’s honest. It gives June cooking more meaningful because she isn’t just cooking for herself.
    Imagine if she was to cook for children (who are harder to please) and the viewers don’t like their comments 🙄

    1. It’s so weird to me when people get worked up over Aaron’s comments! June is clearly not bothered at all when he says he doesn’t like something, so why should anyone else be? They clearly have a great relationship where they can be honest with each other.

    2. @Elaine Carroll aaron is hilarious. Since this is experimental cooking, June wants his honest opinion on whether it is worth making again. He throws in those comments to help her in the future. Plus those comments are pretty funny.

  9. Wow. How can anyone NOT love Aaron? He’s so supportive of June and her food as well as his obsession with spiciness is endearing. Thanks for sharing. Much love and positive vibes from Montana. ✨💖✨

  10. I think June might be extra tired this week bc she’s starting to slip into ketosis; it’s one of the most obvious symptoms. Even though she said she wasn’t being super keto, everything she prepared really nicely fell into a keto meal plan. And it looked delicious! That soup 🤤

  11. Love your content June! Quick pronunciation guide: Injera is eaten all over East Africa (not just Ethiopia) and is pronounced in-jeh-ra. The “in” is just like the word in and “jeh” is similar to how you’d pronounce the name Jerry, just with an “eh” sound.
    Great job as always <3

  12. I once served an elderly couple who asked me for a side of sauteed garlic slices for their meal. When I delivered their food, the woman said, “Perfect. We are garlic people.” Aaron and June are garlic people.

  13. I love how resourceful and innovative June is in the kitchen, and she uses Every part of the meat, vegetable, etc. And she takes on challenges despite anxiety!

  14. Please give this girl a solid raise!!! Hard to watch such talented and hard working woman cook in cheap ikea pots ! It’s like making a formula one driver race in Toyota Corolla. Please please pay her according to her contributions! She brings all the people to this channel.

  15. After watching these, I always look around my kitchen and wonder what magic June could whip up with what I have on hand (especially on those days when I feel like there’s “nothing to eat” in the place). I admire how willing June is to try new and unfamiliar ingredients!

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