These Are the Best Cooking Shows on Netflix

Photo credit: Netflix | Raydene Salinas Hansen
Photo credit: Netflix | Raydene Salinas Hansen

From Cosmopolitan

If you aren’t completely obsessed with cooking shows, are you like, okay? Because nothing compares to a front row seat screen full of food. We, the human race, are not worthy of this indulgence of culinary eye candy.

Humans associate meals and treats with memories. Take cake, for example. You probs have cake for special occasions and celebrations, so now whenever you see cake, you’re flooded with all those happy feelings. I’m not saying food = happiness, but sometimes it can come pretty freakin’ close.

So if you’re in the mood for a food-filled show featuring international travel, fierce competition, and in-depth cultural explorations, queue up one of the best cooking shows on Netflix. They’ll satisfy any craving, guaranteed.

If watching chefs from around the world battle it out in a global cook-off tickles your fancy: The Final Table

Professional chefs

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Selena Gomez’s ‘Selena + Chef’ Quarantine Cooking Show Renewed For Season 2 By HBO Max

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Selena + Chef as HBO Max announced Thursday that the quarantine cooking show will return for season two. With the sophomore season, the singer can look forward to whipping up even more delicious and challenging dishes in the comfort of her home.” data-reactid=”28″>It’s order’s up for Selena + Chef as HBO Max announced Thursday that the quarantine cooking show will return for season two. With the sophomore season, the singer can look forward to whipping up even more delicious and challenging dishes in the comfort of her home.

“Learning from some of the best chefs in the world has vastly improved my cooking skills but I have a lot more to learn. I am looking forward to challenging myself in the kitchen on the next season,” Gomez said.

The unscripted quarantine cooking show sees the “Lose You To Love Me” singer prepare a wide variety of dishes, while a slew

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Best Food Processors and Choppers of 2020

Consider the food processor your sous chef in the kitchen. It’ll slice, shred, grate‚ and chop vegetables—or pulse butter and flour into dough—handling the prep so that you can get cooking

“Even experienced home cooks who prefer to slice and dice by hand find plenty of uses for their food processor,” says CR test engineer Cindy Fisher, who oversees our food processor tests. Some models come with a special hook for kneading dough or one for spiralizing veggies into long, thin “noodles.”

The full-sized models we test come in a variety of sizes and capacities, ranging from 5 cups to an impressive 16 cups; they’re too big for processing small volumes of foods, such as minced garlic or chopped herbs and nuts. Some food processors come with mini chopping bowl attachments to accommodate lighter loads, but if all you do is chop small batches, opt for a food chopper.

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Food Trucks Flock To The Suburbs Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

LYNNWOOD, Wash. (AP) — On a warm summer night, two food trucks pulled onto a tree-lined street in a hilltop neighborhood outside Seattle. The smell of grilled meat filled the air, and neighbors slurped on boba tea drinks. Toddlers, teens, their parents and dogs sat in the grass, chatting behind masks, laughing and mimicking imaginary hugs to stay socially distant while they waited for their food orders.

Long seen as an urban treasure, food trucks are now being saved by the suburbs during the coronavirus pandemic. No longer able to depend on bustling city centers, these small businesses on wheels are venturing out to where people are working and spending most of their time — home.

As food trucks hunt for customers that used to flock to them, they’re finding a captive audience thrilled to skip cooking dinner, sample new kinds of cuisines and mingle with neighbors on what feels

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