Netflix is a great resource for educative, fun or inspiring food-related entertainment.
If, like us, you enjoy a good cooking show or are simply seeking some armchair escapism, here's our latest top picks of food shows and films from Netflix that will inspire and entertain this month:
Crazy Delicious - June 24
New out on Netflix this month, the wacky competitive cooking show starring Heston Blumenthal, takes reality TV to new heights, quite literally. Think Willy Wonka and edible food sets and Heston doubling up as a food god, sitting on a cloud. Read more here.
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So excited to announce that I will be joining fellow chefs Heston Blumenthal and Niklas Ekstedt as a judge on Crazy Delicious — The new food competition show hosted by the fabulous Jayde Adams that will be airing on @channel4 and @netflix! As if that wasn’t exciting enough, the show will feature the first-ever EDIBLE set! See the link in my bio for more details.⚡️⚡️⚡️ . . . . . . #TVShow #Competition #Foodie #Channel4 #Netflix #Instagood #Instafood #Instafoodie #CrazyDelicious
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Ugly Delicious - Season 2
The critically-acclaimed Netflix Original Documentary series from Chef David Chang always is always guaranteed to entertain, with guests Helen Rosner and Chris Ying, Danny McBride, Bill Simmons, and Dave Choe.
The Chef Show - Season 3
Travel around the world with these delicious tidbits from Singapore to South Korea, from the team that made Chef's Table. Read more here.
With the arrival of summer this month, thoughts naturally turn to grilling. Settle down in front of this inspiring documentary and prepare to for a BBQ season like never before.
What's Leaving ...
Julie and Julia
Last chance to see the gentle US comedy with Meryl Streep as Julia Child in the early years of her culinary career as young New Yorker Julie Powell, aspires to cook all 524 recipes in Child's cookbook in 365 days.