Lockdowns were hard on everyone but one thing which thrilled everyone was cooking hours, whether alone or with family. As the world gradually moves back to normal and everyone is getting back to their busy lives; here’s a list of 5 lip-smacking web series which will continue to tickle your taste-buds.
Gone are the days when you would wait a whole week to watch Khana Khazana on a lazy Sunday morning. OTT platforms have you covered, from binge-worthy content to drool-worthy food shows.
Here’s our list of best food web series, served right at your screens through Netflix:
Emmy nominated, Chef’s Table is created by David Gelb. The web series takes you into the kitchens of the world’s most celebrated chefs. The original Netflix documentary series introduces us to the chefs and their relationship with their food, which makes the series stand apart from the conventional reality show format.
Raja, Rasoi Aur Anya Kahaniyaan
The entire concept of the web series is curated in ways that not only fill your tummy but brim your heart with rich Indian heritage. The show unravels the historical significance of famous Indian Cuisines. It features rarely known stories which add more flavor.
Salt Fat Acid Heat
Salt Fat Acid Heat is America based documentary show. It is hosted by Samin Nosrat and is based on her book of the same name. The host travels across the world and showcases how these four facets, namely, salt, fat, acid, and heat acquire an integral position in local cuisines.
Street Food: Asia
Another one from David Gelb. The documentary web series takes you through the narrow lanes of Asian markets. It tugs at your heartstrings with stories of people, their relationship with food, and their small roadside businesses.
Million Pound Menu
Million Pound Menu is a reality show where the participants try to impress their prospective investors with unique ideas and culinary skills and restaurant ideas. The show is a worthy watch for someone with both entrepreneurial spirit and love for food.
Which ones are you salivating over?