Netflix is a veritable feast when it comes to food-centred entertainment. From competitive cooking shows to docu-series and stories told through the lens of food, there's plenty to get your teeth into, as well as tasty tidbits from around the globe.
Here's our latest top picks for food lovers, with some new unmissable series making Netlix the place to be this month.
Chef’s Table: BBQ season 1 (Netflix Documentary)
A new series from the Emmy-nominated food show focuses on barbecue cooking, delving into the juicy, smoky world of grilling, and visiting acclaimed chefs and pitmasters in the US, Australia and Mexico. Not to be missed.
Taco Chronicles: Volume 2 (Netflix Original)
Taco lovers, prepare for another helping of this unmissable series with the return of the Taco Chronicles. This season is all about finding out the origins and the culture around seven iconic tacos: Suadero, Cochinita, Cabrito, American Taco, Burrito, Birria and Fish Tacos, as the show undertakes cross-country trips both in Mexico and the USA.
American Barbecue Showdown: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
Watch as eight of the country's best backyard smokers and pitmasters vie for the title of American Barbecue Champion in a fierce but friendly face-off.
Barbecue masters including Melissa Cookston and Kevin Bludso judge alongside hosts Lyric Lewis and Rutledge Wood.
The Chef Show: Season 2 (Netflix Documentary)
Join writer, director and food enthusiast Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi exploring food in and out of the kitchen, as they celebrate the real-life craft of cooking with accomplished chefs and celebrity friends.
MeatEater: Season 9 (Netflix Original)
Go back to the field and join hunter, author, cook and conservationist Steven Rinella for a ninth season,as he treks into the world's most remote, yet beautiful regions, demonstrating how to bring gamemeat to the table.
Staff shortages are hitting the hospitality sector hard, prompting some restaurants to look outside the industry to train those without restaurant experience for life in the kitchen. Andrew Friedman finds out more.