I love watching TV Chefs, documentaries about food, cookery rescue and cookery competitions. Yep, basically anything with food involved.
I indulge in my TV food obsession in two ways, on demand and on Netflix.
Netflix has been one of our best purchases. We've been using it for years and we all watch it, together and separately. We watch it on our tv through our xbox, on our laptop, on our smart phones and on our tablets. You are actually able to stream through 6 different devices and you can all have your own homepage which is geared to your personal interests.
You can start with one month free and then it is only £5.99 a month. Such a bargain!
You can now also watch it through Virgin Media.
So for foodie kicks you can watch:
- Hell’s Kitchen (Gordon Ramsay)
- River Cottage Spring and Autumn (Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall)
- Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares
- Food Inc (documentary)
- Super Size Me (documentary)
- Chocolat (movie)
- Mostly Martha (movie)
- Eat Pray Love (movie)
And here are some of our other family favourites from Netflix.
Do you stream TV and movies?
Disclosure: I wrote this post on behalf of Netflix and Virgin Media, but I have been using this service for years and can highly recommend it. I was not expected to write a positive review.