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Cooking shows and cooking competitions exist on a broad spectrum, from high stakes, high octane kitchen showdowns, to relaxing, wholesome wanders through the culinary landscape. In particular, cooking shows can be about almost anything, from the creation of fantastical food displays, to the most economical use of ingredients and time, to heartfelt discussions about the nature of culinary identity and culinary diaspora.
If you’ve finished up your rewatch of Cutthroat Kitchen and you’re looking to explore new cooking adventures, you’ve come to the right place. We rounded up a group of excellent cooking programs, from the irreverent to the extremely chaotic.
1. The Great British Baking Show