Cooking shows in general can be deliciously addictive. Besides familiarizing yourself with some tasty recipes to try when you’re running low on inspiration, you also learn more about food in general – and sometimes even about the lives of famous chefs and dedicated cooks from all over the world.
If you’re looking for a yummy fix this month, we’ve got you covered. Here are three cooking shows you can stream in April.
Luke Nguyen: Greater Mekong on Stan
Stan subscriber? You can’t go wrong with Luke Nguyen: Greater Mekong, the third instalment of celebrated chef Luke Nguyen’s series. This time, he takes us on a culinary journey across of the Greater Mekong region of Southeast Asia. Follow the talented Vietnamese Australian chef as he discovers unique flavours and culinary traditions specific to the area and live vicariously through his eyes as he travels the world, one meal at a time. Why not trial Stan free for 30 days here.
Man Finds Food on Presto
Men and food share a special bond, and Adam Richman is here to prove this theory once again. Longtime host of the Travel Channel series Man v Food, Richman is no stranger to tasting countless culinary gems and discovering platefuls of cuisine secrets buried in the American food scene. In Man Finds Food, he’s on the hunt for off-the-menu items served at out-of-the-way eateries all across the country. Who would have thought that or lamb shank pie in Boston can look so delicious? You can catch Man Finds Food on Presto.
Chef’s Table on Netflix
Netflix has something special in store for foodies eager to learn more about some of the world’s most skilled chefs. The streaming giant’s first docu-series, Chef’s Table, is scheduled to premiere worldwide on April 26 with all six parts available for streaming. The series will go inside the lives and kitchens of six top culinary talents from around the globe: Australia, Sweden, Argentina, USA (LA and NY), and Italy. Get ready to take a peek behind the doors of some of the world’s most famous kitchens.
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