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Discussion in 'The Off Topic Room' started by lowercasebill, Jan 19, 2020.
I cancelled cable and got Netflix.
What cooking shows do you recommend.
I watched one called Street Food last night. It was good. The woman in Bangkok with the Michelin Star was bada$$.
For Netflix Chef's Table is what you're looking for. There is one season for France specifically.
I would also recomend you on netflix "the game changers" and "what the health"
I dislike every single one that I’ve watched. Haven’t checked out the sushi one yet though.
Salt, fat, acid, heat
Chefs Table ... of course
Chefs Table France
Mind of a chef (not really Netflix I guess, but watched it there)
all others I tried, I disliked...
Is Marco Pierre White affiliated with any of these TV shows?
For those, you need the Knorr YouTube page
I’m binging on Matty Matheson now on YouTube. Hell of a guy!
I liked taco chronicles, flavorful origins.
Midnight Diner is a Japanese food series that makes for some good mini chick flicks.
Hell. Yes. That man is a culinary treasure.
I really like those videos. But early 80s Marco clips are the best.
love that guy. I’m going to make his chorizo lasagna tomorrow I think
Let us know if that lasagna got you laid
Jiro Dreams of Sushi.
It's not a cooking show, but a documentary. Nice one, though.
We want pics too
Of the lasagna, not what might happen after it
Also fantastic. I like the series Omakase on the Water youTube channel. This was like a much nicer version of that
Thanks for this thread, just watched Bangkok episode of street food, amazing.
making me craving street food thou., we got loads of that in Beijing, but nearly nothing here in the US.
Flavorful origins and taste of China. Not sure where we saw taste of China though.
Thanks to all.
that taco was was very good.
and i consider MEAT EATER a cooking show
"Somebody feed phil". Phil Rosenthal is the guy that wrote "Everybody loves Raymond", and now just travels the world eating food.
I like The Chef Show too, Roy Choi and Jon Favreau.
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