I spend a good deal of time watching food and cooking shows on Netflix. (I like to say, “Hush! I’m working!” when someone points out I’m on my 7th episode of Phil Rosenthal…) When you’re done with these, be sure to check out my Amazon Prime, Hulu, and PBS lists, as well.

Wait staff creating tableside salad

What’s New?

This month, I’m obsessed with “The Chef Show.” I thought Chef the movie was ok; I loved the actors and characters but as a screenwriter, the structure wasn’t quite right for me. None of that matters, though. The important thing is my son loves it and anytime we can enjoy cooking together, I’m here for it. The TV show just brings it home and is now a beloved part of our summer evenings. (The animation alone makes it worth the watch, very cool stuff. There is some tough language, so your “watch with kids” mileage may vary.)

My Favorites

Here are my summer 2019 best Netflix cooking shows, in no particular order:

  • Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat – A must-see. Samin Nosrat is a wonderful teacher.
  • Chef’s Table – If you have known me for a minute, you know the Nancy Silverton episode is my absolute favorite, but with this one, it’s all good.
  • Chef’s Table France – Same show, different language; if you’re good with subtitles, this one is not to be missed.
  • The Mind of a Chef – Each of the 4 available seasons features a different chef traveling the world and exploring the food scene from his or her point of view.
  • Parts Unknown – The show Bourdain was working on most recently; how I miss you, Chef.
city street in Tokyo, Anthony Bourdain's favorite city

 What are your favorite Netflix food shows? I’d love to check them out and add them to my next update!

Don’t miss my Amazon Prime food and cooking shows, and PBS cooking shows – happy binging!

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