If you like to cook or just want to learn more about how to prepare an amazing meal, then watching other people showcase their skills on tv is a fantastic way to learn a few new tips and ideas.
Heck – even if you don’t like to cook, these shows are certainly fun to watch! We consider these the best of the bunch.
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
This show focuses less on ‘how-to’ and more on experiencing different cultures through food. Anthony Bourdain is definitely missed.
Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat
A cooking and travel show highlighting elements of food that food columnist, Samin Nostrat, claims to be essential to every delicious dish. Salt, Fat, Acid and Heat.
The Great British Baking Show
Home cooks go head-to-head in the fight to become ‘Top Baker’. Filled with delicious baking and British charm.
Zumbo’s Just Desserts
Similar to The Great British Baking Show where home chefs battle to be the best but with Australian charm instead!
Watch hilarious failures as bakers are given intricate dishes to try to re-create. If you love the ‘Pinterest’ fails, you’ll love this show. Absolutely hilarious!
Learn why the most renowned chef’s do what they do. The show focuses on a new chef every episode exploring what drives their passion and perfection.
Take a look at the cultural differences of food, mostly within the United States and how food imports create new styles of food.
The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell
If dark and scary is your ‘thing’ – this is the show for you. Watch as McConnell creates decorative food dishes that are similar to what you might make for a Halloween party.
Million Pound Menu
Watch as picky investors work with up-and-coming chefs, who then decide who will make it and who won’t. Similar to Shark Tank, but for chefs!
Chef vs. Science
Is cooking an art or a science? This show puts one scientist and one chef to the challenge to see which one wins.