Are you fond of travelling? Do you like experiencing a whole new culture once in a while? Do you enjoy visiting places, mingling with people, and trying the best foods these places have to offer? If yes, then you’re probably as bummed as other travel enthusiasts who have to cancel their vacays or rebook their travels because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Before you spend your quarantine days sulking in a corner and getting depressed about the thing you couldn’t do, cheer up! There’s actually a genius way to keep “travelling” and experiencing everything from new sights and sounds to the most amazing food trips and the best part is you can do all these at the comfort of your own home.
How? Just turn on your TV or computer and go into a fun-filled travel adventure with these food TV programs from Netflix that are guaranteed to make the traveller and foodie inside you happy.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
This program is a four-part series hosted by celebrity chef David Chang who is known for hosting Ugly Delicious. In this series, Chef Chang explores four destinations, taking along with him a different celebrity in each place. For instance, he was with Seth Rogen when they went to Vancouver and also had a funny meet-up with Chrissy Teigen in Marrakesh. What sets the show aside from others is the fact that you get to explore these far-flung destinations and experience them through the eyes of famous celebs.
Street Food: Latin America
Viewers are in for a six-episode series of exploring varied Latin American countries. The show offers a fun learning experience about each country’s history through its street food. Different street vendors get to talk about the local cuisines they serve and the inspiring stories behind them.
Crazy over tacos? The Taco Chronicles is your best choice. It’s a six-part series that tells the story about, you get it, tacos! Each episode features a different variety of taco so expect to see many kinds of tacos and how to prepare them. You also get to learn how each taco came about and how it brought pride and honour to the region where it originated.- Advertisement -
Somebody Feed Phil
Phil Rosenthal created Everybody Loves Raymond and for this particular TV show that’s already on its third season, Phil travels around the world on an unforgettable culinary journey. Each episode is packed with adventures on the city it features like Bangkok and Buenos Aires with focus on its unique cuisines.
Street Food: Asia
Who doesn’t love street foods? If you’re a fan, better watch Street Food: Asia packed with nine episodes. In this show, you’ll be meeting Jay Fai in the Bangkok episode where she’ll show you how to cook some delicious street foods and prove why she deserves her Michelin star.
What are you waiting for? Check out these TV programs that showcase places and most importantly, food!