Food media to consume while you stay at home

I wanted to do a different post today and share with all of you different food media that you can watch, listen or learn while you are staying at home. This post is going to be most likely very long but I made sure I divided each type of media in big categories so that you can search through it much fast. So here, the very long-long-long list of food media that you can consume at home!

I will be sharing media in three languages: french, spanish and english, voilà, enjoy your trilingual trip down this list!

Watch

TV shows

  • Chef’s table
  • Hannibal (well, it’s a funky option, but couldn’t help myself from putting it here)
  • iZombie (Same as above)
  • Master of None
  • Bob’s burger
  • Pushing Daisies (Not so much food related but there are sure a lot of pies involved, plus I will rarely have another occassion to talk about Pushing Daisies here).
  • Ugly Delicious
  • All F.R.I.E.N.D.S episodes related to food
  • All Gilmore Girls episodes related to food
  • Foodie Love (Español)
  • Chef’s Table: France (Français)
Picture by Busted

Movies

I think this list could be extremely long, so I’m going to limit it to some of my favorites and also some of the ones that might be a bit different but still have iconic food-moments.

  • Ratatouille (2007) (duh)
  • Matilda (well, there is some food in there!)
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) (I love Saorsie Ronan, I had to mention something about her).
  • Julie and Julia (2009)
  • Chef (2014)
  • Burnt (2015)
  • Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (both versions!)
  • Spirited Away (2001) (and well, pretty all Miyazaki movies have a crazy amount of food)
  • Le théatre de la vie (2016)
  • L’aile ou la cuisse (1976) (Français)
  • La grande bouffe (1973) (Français)
  • Le Sens de la Fête (2017) (Français)
  • Les saveurs du palais (2012) (Français)
  • Fuera de carta (2009) (Español)
  • 18 comidas (2010) (Español)
  • Tapas (2004) (Español)
Photo by Burns Film Center Education

Cooking TV Shows

  • The Big Family Show Cooking Down
  • The Great British Bake Off
  • Top Chef (english, spanish and french versions)
  • Master Chef (english, spanish and french versions)
  • Kitchen’s nigthmare (english, spanish and french versions)
  • Chopped
  • Worst cooks in America (this one… no comments, such a show)
  • Cutthroat kitchen (cause we love Alton Brown)
Great British Bake Off 2016: the final recap
Picture by Great British Chefs

Youtube

This category can also be extremely long but I’m just going to list some of my favorite youtubers:

Binging with Babish: Ratatouille (Confit Byaldi) from Ratatouille ...
Picture taken from Binging With Babish

Listen

Podcasts

Bouffons, un podcast culinaire appétissant – BRIKABUL, l'art de ...
Photo from Bouffons Facebook Page

Read

Cookbooks

  • K Food : Korean Home Cooking and Street FoodBook (Da-Hae West and Gareth West)
  • My fave korean cookbook : Cook Korean! (Robin Ha) (My review here)
  • Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables (Joshua McFadden and Martha Holmberg)
  • Green Kitchen Travels: Healthy Vegetarian Food Inspired by Our Adventures (David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl)
  • Escuela de cocina vegetariana (Spanish) (Larousse)
Cover of the cookbook Cook Korean!

Books (also available in audio)

  • Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly (Anthony Bourdain)
  • Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal (Eric Schlosser)
  • Salt: A World History (Mark Kurlansky)
  • The Joy of Cooking (Irma S. Rombauer, Marion Rombauer Becker, Ethan Becker)
  • Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant ChefBook (Gabrielle Hamilton)
  • Sourdough (Robin Sloan)
Robin Sloan, Sourdough | Bookshop Santa Cruz
Photo from Book Shop Santa Cruz

Learn

Moocs, youtube videos, …

  • Edx has a lot of moocs on cooking and nutrition (here)
  • Coursera as well, but some of them are paying (here)
  • Basic cooking techniques with Gordon Ramsay (yes, there are some non-veggie techniques in the video, just ignore them!) (here)
  • Ramsay’s vegetarian lunch (here)
  • 5 vegan meals (Caitlin Shoemaker) (here)
  • Nº1 Cuisine to master if you are vegetarian (here)
  • Beginner’s guide to tofu (Cheap Lazy Vegan) (here)
  • Bread making (tasty) (very aesthetically pleasing) (here)
  • Knife skills (Big Foodie) (here)
  • Vegan Nutrition Basics (Pick Up Limes) (here)

Well this post was very long, but if you want some other media to appear in this list, tell me in the comments! (and if you love some of the stuff I’ve shared, tell me as well!)

Watch a lot of this food media while staying at home and stay safe during these times! See you nex time.

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