Unconventional Cooking Shows that are Worth Watching
It is always fun to watch and learn from a cooking show. While some of the shows are in the limelight, certain shows are unconventional yet make for a worthwhile watch. There are many cooking and travel documentaries that are made into short films that you can stream online. If you are a home cook and have a passion for cooking, check out these shows that you can watch live stream online or on TV channels:
Little Paris Kitchen
This series was aired on BBC Good Food. The host chef Rachel Khoo cooks a variety of French cuisine with her signature touch. She is trained as a patisserie chef and a cookbook author. The show has over six episodes spanning for one season. The show is shot in her tiny kitchen in her apartment in Paris. She cooks recipes like chouquettes, goat cheese, prune & pistachio teacake, madeleines, quiche Lorraine, salted caramel chocolate fondant, etc. Learn the secrets of French style baking from this show.
Every home cook loves the legendary Martha Stewart. If you are learning how to bake, you must tune in to this show. This show is an audience favorite and currently premiering the 11th season on PBS. From mouthwatering pies to delicious cookies to scrumptious cakes, Martha shows you the art of home-style baking. Some of her much-loved recipes are Raspberry Mascarpone Tart, Pavlova with berries & cream, Profiteroles, Greek butter cookies, biscotti, classic flan, strawberry shortcake, apple fritters, and many more.
Chef’s Christmas 2009
This series takes an insider look at how some chefs celebrate Christmas. Catch famous Australian chefs like Curtis Stone, Jeremy Strode, Skye Gyngell, Giovanni Pilu and many more. Learn how to cook exotic recipes like passionfruit parfait, whole charred barramundi, chili mud crab, broccolini & mushroom stir fry, tropical fruit pavlova and much more. Get all geared up for this holiday season.
Kylie Kwong: My China
If you love Asian food, this is the show to watch. Go on an incredible food journey across China to discover authentic Chinese cuisine. The host and chef Kylie Kwong take us through the villages of China to find the most delicious food. She engages local communities, regional techniques and simple recipes with local ingredients. Learn the art of making the perfect ramen bowl, dimsums, silken tofu recipes.
Check out these cooking shows if you are looking for authentic recipes with fresh and seasonal ingredients.