New York, United States-
A great news for the people who loves to watch cooking shows especially Chef’s Table: Netflix recently announced that it’s going to launch two new cooking shows and new season of longtime favorite Chef’s Table.
Chef’s Table, the documentary series that covers well-established or rising star chef through their cooking process and journey to the kitchen, is returning for its fifth season on Netflix on September 28. In April this year, Chef’s Table aired an entire series focusing on pastry chefs.
Also there are two new cooking shows coming online: First, Netflix will bring Samin Nosrat’s hit cookbook, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat to life with a four-part cooking show. Nosrat will visit restaurants in Japan, Mexico, and Italy, and even stop by Chez Panisse in California, where she once worked as a cook. It’s set to premiere on October 19.
Netflix also coming up with another baking-centric show. Instagram-famous pastry chef Christine McConnell will star in The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell. A statement from the network states that McConnell will make “delectable confections and hauntingly disturbing decor with the help of her colorful collection of creatures.” Although no release date or further details have been released, given the cakes McConnell has posted to her to Instagram account, one can expect creepy, crawly, gothic desserts to abound.
The kind of response and success these cooking series are getting, its clear that how much people love Michelin-starred restaurants, travel shows, and fancy cakes.