Cooking culture: best cooking shows

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Cooking culture: best cooking shows

Kitchen tv programs
With cooking programs, you will learn to put everything you learn into practice. Cooking culture: best cooking shows

Watching TV won’t make you a great chef, but cooking shows will give you recipe ideas or just be a source of entertainment.

When they first appeared in the 1950s, culinary shows featured a chef explaining a recipe. This format continued until the early 2000s when cooking shows gradually turned into game shows and reality shows.

Surely the most famous and most followed program today is Masterchef, a contest that brings together non-professional candidates around the kitchen. They compete in different events and each week one of them is eliminated by the jury of renowned chefs until there are only two left. The finalists face off in a duel and the winner will get cash, can publish their own cookbook, and get training at a prestigious school.

However, we also find other cooking shows that have had or are still more or less successful:

  • You cook today
  • Dinner with mom
  • Cook with Sergio
  • Masterchef Celebrity
  • Masterchef Junior
  • Nightmare in the kitchen
  • Top Chef
  • Towers in the kitchen
  • A country to eat

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