The Best Food Shows to Stream On Netflix Now
In the last few months of our current global situation, I’ve found myself at home with more time to start cooking again, appreciating food more, and of course, finding more shows to binge on Netflix.
Check out this list below for some mouth-watering, hunger-inducing food shows to binge this week!
Restaurants on the Edge
Restaurants on the Edge is a show where food and design experts travel the world to revive failing restaurants by giving them a makeover and connecting them to their local culture. This show is really interesting because you learn about the local customs of each country they film in.
Michael Pollan, acclaimed food write, explores how cooking transforms food and shapes our world. It explains the history and different aspects of cooking and its ability to connect us as human beings.
Ugly Delicious combines travel, cooking and history with a no nonsense approach – “All the flavor. None of the BS”. Each episode highlights a particular dish and explores how it is made in regions
Street Food Asia
Street Food Asia is a documentary that explores some of the best street food across Asia including Bangkok, Thailand, Delhi, India, Singapore, and more! The show follows street food chefs through interviews and tells a story of how influential street food around the world.
Street Food Latin America
Similar to Street Food Asia, Netflix is releasing an addition to their Street Food series with Street Food Latin America. Coming to Netflix in July 2020.
Flavorful Origins is a Netflix Original show that journeys through the culinary traditions and secrets of China. It also explores various cuisines with native Asian ingredients.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Explore the cuisine and culture of different cities around the world with celebrity guests including Chrissy Teigen, Seth Rogen, Lena Waithe, and Kate McKinnon.
Salt Fat Acid Heat
Salt Fat Acid Heat follows chef and food writer Samin Nosrat who travels the world to explore these four basic key elements.