Best Cooking Tv Shows Streaming Now That Will Get You All Hungry

June 19

While the Gordon Ramsay Cooking Show is full of hot drama, these shows are no less, sit back with some good food because these shows are gonna blow your mind.

If Salena Gomez's cooking show was your savior during the pandemic, then trust me you were not alone. And if you are anything like me, food shows are kinda what I live for, and lucky for us there are no shortage of cooking shows online. You type ‘FOOD’ and the results are amazing, I know what ya’ll are thinking —  but no, these shows are definitely “not another cooking show.” 

These shows are gold and you do not want to miss them!

Bake Squad

bake squad

Source: EatingWell

This new series is a baking competition show that doesn't feel like a competition because the contestants are friendly and supportive of one another. Each episode features four expert bakers competing with incredibly imaginative creations to earn the business of a client planning a special event. The client chooses one of the four designs, which will then be custom-made for their special occasion. Viewers are appreciating the show's pleasant and welcoming feelings, which provide a welcome break from the numerous hyper-competitive options.

Baking Impossible

Baking Impossible

Source: Reality Titbit

In this very innovative baking competition show, teams of one baker and one engineer are challenged with "bake-building" tasty masterpieces that must also withstand tough engineering strength tests in order to win $100,000.

The Big Family Baking Showdown

Big Family Baking Showdown

Source: House Beautiful

The purpose of this culinary competition structured show is to identify Britain's top home cooks from a group of 16 competing teams. The series' central premise is families who prepare regular food in unusual ways. You'll probably enjoy Season 1 based on viewer feedback, but don't be surprised if Season 2 disappoints you.

Best Leftovers Ever

Best Leftovers ever

Source: The Envoy Web

Cooks who are inventive and resourceful have the task of transforming bland leftovers into tempting new recipes. Quickness and creativity are essential qualities for this one-of-a-kind cooking competition show. The majority of viewers liked the concept, but not so much the host.

The Chef Show

The Chef Show

Source: Eater

Jon Favreau, an actor, writer, director, and foodie, works up with celebrity chef Roy Choi to explore food both inside and outside the kitchen, with the help of VIP guest chefs and friends. Choi, who founded the renowned gourmet Korean-Mexican taco business Kogi in Los Angeles, also trained Favreau for the popular food truck/road trip film Chef.

Chef’s Table

Chef's Table

Source: Medium

This Emmy-nominated series, developed by David Gelb of Jiro Dreams of Sushi fame, features international culinary celebrities and their personal adventures in redefining the gourmet eating experience. Each episode has a production value that rivals those of the highest-quality documentary films. Seasons 1-4 are universally adored by audiences, whereas more latter seasons have received criticism for not putting enough emphasis on the food.

Chef’s Table BBQ

Chef's table bbq

Source: Vulture

Netflix and David Gelb have produced yet another Emmy-nominated series. The savoury and smokey world of barbecue is explored in this rendition, which features prominent chefs and pitmasters from the United States, Australia, and Mexico.

Street Food: Asia

Street Food: Asia

Source: Vox

This documentary series, produced by the same people who brought you Chef's Table, investigates the cultural relevance of local cuisine in a number of Asian countries while also sharing the craft, toil, and passion of a few representative street sellers. Thailand, India, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam are among the nine thriving cities visited.

Is It Cake?

Is It Cake

Source: CNET

A show that is part baking competition, part game show, and part hyperrealism art exhibit. The enormous creative potential of cakes that realistically imitate anything except cakes fascinate us the most. If this topic piques your attention, look for "hyper-realistic cakes" in your local store – they exist.

Million Pound Menu

Million Pound Menu

Source: Big Hospitality

Million Pound Menu is a restaurant competition reality show modeled after Shark Tank, in which aspiring restaurateurs present their new restaurant concepts to a select group of possible investors. Contestants that make it through the elimination rounds get the chance to show off their food concepts in a pop-up restaurant for a few days. Anyone interested in learning more about the restaurant industry would like this show. Some people may be surprised by the amount of seed cash required to open a top-tier restaurant in a large city. Finally, Fred Sirieix, the host, has an exceptional resume, having served as the award-winning general manager of Michelin-starred restaurant Galvin at Windows at the London Hilton.

Raja Rasoi Aur Anya Kahaniyan

Raja Rasoi aur Anya Kahaniya

Source: Amazon

This series examines the history and flavours of regional Indian cuisine, from traditional Kashmiri feasts to Gujarati vegetarian meals, and is a must-see for anybody interested in Indian food.

Salt Fat Acid Heat

Salt fat acid heat

Source: WIRED

Samin Nosrat, a chef and food writer, traverses the world (the United States, Italy, Mexico, and Japan) to investigate the four basic components that can create or ruin a dish: salt, fat, acid, and heat. The purpose of this instructional cooking presentation is to illustrate how to use these important ingredients successfully when cooking. Viewers interested in learning more about the themes discussed may look into Nosrat's book of the same name.

School of Chocolate

School of Choclate

Source: Decider

This new Netflix baking competition show stars eight renowned pastry and chocolate experts who attend the School of Chocolate to advance their professions and skills. Amaury Guichon, a world-renowned chocolatier known for making mind-blowing chocolate showpieces and amazing pastries, is their mentor. After eight episodes, one student will be named 'Best in Class,' and will receive a prize package that includes a career-changing opportunity.

Somebody Feed Phil

Somebody feed Phil

Source: Los Angeles Times

Every episode, Phil Rosenthal, the creator of the TV show "Everybody Loves Raymond," goes around the world to sample the cuisine and culture of a different featured city while making new friends. Bangkok, Saigon, Tel Aviv, Lisbon, Mexico City, Venice, Dublin, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Cape Town, Marrakesh, London, Seoul, Montreal, Rio de Janeiro, and Singapore are among the international cities visited. New Orleans, San Francisco, New York City, Delta Mississippi, Chicago, and Hawaii are among the domestic locations covered. This is thought to be the follow-up to Rosenthal's earlier PBS show "I'll Have What Phil's Having." Phil's kind of comedy may not be to the taste of fans of Anthony Bourdain's approach to hosting vacation cuisine shows.