Showing 1 of 31 conversations about:
kplawver
2
Nov 2, 2017
bookmark_border
Another vote for Chef's Table, but here are some more I didn't see mentioned:
1. Mind of a Chef: narrated by Bourdain so you'll feel right at home. Each season is a little different and I learn something from every episode. 2. Molto Mario if you can find it, but he's kind of resurrected it over on Viceland. Search for "Moltissimo" on YouTube. 3. Any of Michael Pollan's shows or documentaries: Cooked, In Defense of Food and The Botany of Desire are all great. 4. Emeril's show on Amazon Prime was fun, but not as good as the others on this list, or the ones folks have already mentioned.
Enjoy!
Nov 2, 2017
kplawver
2
Nov 2, 2017
bookmark_border
Oh yeah, there's also Chef's Table France! Zumbo's Just Desserts just came out on Netflix and is kind of the Aussie version of Great British Bake Off (nothing is as good as GBBO, but there are some bonkers desserts on that show).
And if you can find it, the absolute best cooking competition show in the entire world is Masterchef Australia. Unlike the shouty American, or boring British one, the Australian one is compelling, supportive, and you'll learn a LOT about cooking in the process.
And a couple more... A Chef's Life and BBQ With Franklin, both on PBS and I think maybe on Amazon Prime, are both solid in a pinch.
Nov 2, 2017
View Full Discussion