If you're looking for a good binge-watch, there aren't many options better than a quality cooking show, and thanks to Netflix, you've got plenty of choices.
From classic competitions to in-depth documentaries, the streaming service offers a multitude of options for the culinary-inclined, whether you want to try out some new tricks or simply sit back and watch.
So if you're looking to get your food on, read on for the best cooking shows currently streaming on Netflix.
Known as The Great British Baking Show on Netflix, this culinary competition is a fan favorite across the pond and is sure to capture U.S. viewers' hearts as well, as it's hard not to fall for the combination of delicious desserts and hilarious hosts Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, not to mention judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.
A Netflix original, Chef's Table is a documentary series profiling the most renowned chefs around the globe including culinary icons like Massimo Bottura, Francis Mallmann, Magnus Nilsson and more.
Another Netflix original, Cooked features food writer Michael Pollan, who translated his latest book into a four-part series focusing on the four elements — earth, air, fire and water. The series dives a bit deeper than many traditional cooking shows, encouraging viewers to explore the relationship food has with the world around them.
Anthony Bourdain has a passion for traveling as well as cooking, and this show marries both as the chef travels to different countries in search of the perfect meal. Based on his book of the same name, Bourdain journeys to exotic locales including Thailand and Cambodia in search of rare and sometimes dangerous foods.
Ishai Golan takes viewers on a culinary journey around the world exploring the street food of various cultures, traveling to cities like Athens,
Narrated by Anthony Bourdain, The Mind of a Chef features a different host each season who travels to learn from other chefs. The show has won multiple Emmy Awards and combines travel, science, food, music, art, history and humor to create an incredibly watchable series.
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