Long gone are the days of waiting for your favorite show to resurface on TV. Now you can watch them wherever and whenever with streaming services. Of course, this means that you can watch even more shows than you ever have before.
If you are like me, that means you all of a sudden are interested in cooking shows. I never used to watch food entertainment, until one day I found that I had made my way through all of my beloved shows, and I had nothing left to watch.
So, I turned to food shows. And guess what? I love them! Here are some that you need to check out if you haven’t seen them yet.
1. Parts Unknown
If you haven’t seen the now late Anthony Bourdain food show, you have to watch it ASAP. This show is about culture, communities, and social issues just as much as it is about food.
2. Chef’s Table
Honestly, I’ve never seen this show but I have heard really good things.
3. Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat
Samin Nosrat, a chef and food writer, proclaims that there are four things you need to make food great: salt, fat, acid, and heat. In her show, she travels around the world exploring how people use these four elements differently in their recipes.
4. Great British Baking Show
This is honestly pulse-raising time favorite shows: it is hilarious, comforting, and pulse-raising all at the same time. Watch as amateur bakers from the UK compete against each other for the Great British Baking Show crown. they make the most delicious baked goods that will inspire you to start baking.
5. Ugly Delicious
Dream about comfort food while at the same time making yourself affordable by exploring social issues around the world (kind of like a Bourdain spin-off).