20 Best Food Shows On Netflix: Good Cooking Series, Ranked

Netflix has food shows on lock. They helped kick off the modern era of prestige food TV with Chef’s Table, back in 2015. They made the genre funny again with Nailed It. They even found a sort of “Bourdain with more anxieties” in longtime friend-of-Uproxx Phil Rosenthal’s show, Somebody Feed Phil.

Today, there’s a very long list of food shows to choose from on the streaming giant. They range from fast-paced cooking competitions to low-and-slow tales of the world’s greatest chefs. To help you sift through these wide-ranging options, we’re ranking our 20 favorites, below. The food shows featured represent a healthy mix of pure food porn, cooking competitions, and educational food docuseries.

The throughline here is that delicious food is front and center. Hopefully, these shows will inspire you to get in the kitchen and cook a little or travel to whatever corner of

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‘Bright light of the Baltimore food scene’ widening his influence in new Netflix show

BALTIMORE — You have probably seen Tim Chin or one of his photographs of delectable, decadent food somewhere in Baltimore — from the LED Art Billboard near Pennsylvania Station to Visit Baltimore campaigns throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

Netflix found out about him, which led to his being cast as the guest co-host for “Fresh, Fried & Crispy,” a show in which host Daym Drops (a.k.a. YouTube personality Daymon Patterson) searches for the best meals in America.

The episode, which premiered June 9, is the culmination of the past four years of Chin’s combing the region for scrumptious bites and curating mouth-watering images for his social media posts, which have attracted tens of thousands of followers.

Chin, who goes by Chyno and uses @thebaltimorefoodie and @theboywiththebluebeard as his social media handles, considers the work he does as a food personality an asset to the restaurant industry, which has been struggling to find

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Baltimore food personality Tim Chin goes from Instagram influencer to Netflix star on upcoming show

You have probably seen Tim Chin or one of his photographs of delectable, decadent food somewhere in Baltimore — from the LED Art Billboard near Pennsylvania Station to Visit Baltimore campaigns throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

Netflix found out about him, which led to his being cast as the guest co-host for “Fresh, Fried & Crispy,” a show in which host Daym Drops (a.k.a. YouTube personality Daymon Patterson) searches for the best meals in America.

The episode, which premieres June 9, is the culmination of the past four years of Chin’s combing the region for scrumptious bites and curating mouth-watering images for his social media posts, which have attracted tens of thousands of followers.

Chin, who goes by Chyno and uses @thebaltimorefoodie and @theboywiththebluebeard as his social media handles, considers the work he does as a food personality an asset to the restaurant industry, which has been struggling to find its footing

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Best Food & Cooking Exhibits On Netflix To Observe Right Now

There are numerous dishes that fall under this title, but perhaps the quickest route to understanding it’s to make some soup. After all, the soup pot was historically the every day recipient of no matter vegetables one might gather for the day, even when that was nothing more than a meager handful of grass and weeds. I’m not joking; in Tuscany there is a soup referred to as acquacotta, which translates as “cooked water,” and on probably the most depressing days, it was hardly more than that. To avoid ruining your food you should have all of your components pre-measured and prepped before you start. If the recipe calls for minced garlic and you are taking the time to mince the garlic mid-step, it might ruin the recipe. It takes the identical period of time to prep your elements, and you’ll really feel like a correct chef.

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