NETFLIX Shows to Watch if you Love Food
From Comedies to Docuseries and Reality Shows, if you're looking for great food programs that inspire and entertain, then look no further than our list of top picks from NETFLIX...
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Variety is the Spice of Life
Tune into NETFLIX right now and you can bring up a tantalising menu of gastronomical shows from around the world that will have you laughing out loud, yelling at the screen, or jumping up off the sofa to join in. Here are just a few NETFLIX food shows we hate to miss!
The Chef's Table
First aired in 2019, this Emmy-nominated series follows a renowned Italian butcher, an Indian chef in London, and two stars of Southern U.S. cuisine who are redefining gourmet food with innovative dishes and tantalizing desserts, as they share their culinary journeys. If you're looking for obsessive perfection and new traditions that defy convention ... look no further.
The Great British Bake Off
After seven seasons, the GBB shows no signs of slow-cooking. Judges Sue Perkins, Mary Berry, Mel Geidroyc and Paul Hollywood set the male and female contestants a string of creative challenges and decide whose cooking rises to the top.
This is a baking competition where time is the most important ingredient. Four teams of brilliant bakers compete against each other to take home the $10,000 prize. There are surprises, disasters, and delights, with the only the most impressive scooping title of Sugar Rush champion.
The Chef Show
From picking fresh produce grown in the grounds of George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch to "breaking down chickens" with Seth Rogan, celebrity chef Roy Choi is joined by actor and food enthusiast Jon Favreau as they explore all that is food, calling in on accomplished chefs and famous friends along the way.
Somebody Feed Phil
Phil Rosenthal, the creator of comedy series, 'Everybody Loves Raymond', has decided to do what we all mostly talk about doing; that is, ditch the 9-to-5 and travel the world eating all of our favourite food. Apart from having the best job ever, Phil shares with us the culinary delights of the lesser-known eateries you can unearth in Bangkok, Lisbon, Mexico, Venice, Cape Town, New York and many more.
Cooking on High
In the first-ever competitive cannabis cooking show, two chefs prepare mouth-watering marijuana-infused dishes for a panel of very chill celeb judges. No type of cuisine is spared, from Southern soul food to Mexican, fast food to French onion soup - food standards and expectations are not the only things that are high on this show.
The Chef's Line
Wanna-be amateurs go head-to-head with trained chefs to see if passion can beat profession in the kitchen in this reality show contest.
The type of cuisines changes with each new winner, which means you never know what the next show will bring. So far, we've enjoyed African, Vietnamese, Turkish, Italian, Chinese and Greek!
When it first launched back in 1998, the 30-strong NETFLIX team boasted a catalogue that consisted of no more than the entire catalogues of DVDs in print at the time ... a meagre 925 titles.
Fast Forward 22 years (give or take) and today, NETFLIX is the world's most popular streaming service with over 7,100 staff and a turnover of more than $15billion - thanks to its 137million members and a library of hit series and blockbusters that now tops 100,000 titles.
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