Updated: January 13, 2022

Looking for interesting Cooking & Food Shows to help you sharpen your kitchen & hosting skills, expand your menu, or discover new cuisines? Here is a curated list of shows, grouped by theme: How-To Cooking Shows; Cooking Competitions; Baking; Shows with Online Recipes; Travel and more, updated monthly.

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Best Cooking, Food & Baking Shows on Hulu

 

Baker’s Dozen

Hulu Baker's Dozen Series with Hosts Tamera Mowry-Housley and Bill Yosses

This new and unique baking competition show has home bakers competing against seasoned baking professionals. Each episode entails three rounds of competitive challenges, with only a subset of the best scored results getting to compete in the subsequent round. Early reviews like that the show is light & good natured, not too competitive, and that the expert judge provides helpful feedback without attitude.

Host: Tamera Mowry-Housley and Bill Yosses

Themes: Baking, Competition, Hulu Original

See Baker’s Dozen on Hulu for episode details.

Bakers Dozen | Official Trailer | A Hulu Original


 

Behind The Dish

This series brings you into the professional kitchens of several of the world’s top chefs to learn about their unique signature dishes – both their inspiration and craft.

Themes: How-To, Recipes, Celebrity Chefs, Restaurants

See Behind The Dish on Hulu for episode details.

Visit Tastemade for recipes used on Behind The Dish.


 

Eater’s Guide to the World

Hulu Original Eaters Guide to the World with Host Maya Rudolph

Narrator Maya Rudolph takes the viewer to surprising places around the world to experience truly special meals, drinks, and ambience, “should-to-shoulder” with locals. Food destinations include: the Pacific Northwest; Casablanca; New York City; Costa Rica; Los Angeles; and Tijuana, Mexico.

Host: Maya Rudolph

Themes: Road Trip, Travel, Restaurants, Regional Cuisine, Hulu Original

See Eater’s Guide to the World on Hulu for episode details.

Eater's Guide To The World - Trailer (Official) • A Hulu Original


 

The Food That Built America

This three episode mini-series explores the unique and lesser-known origins of iconic food brands of America and their back stories, including: Henry Heinz; Milton Hershey; John and Will Kellogg; C.W. Post and the McDonald brothers.

The opener of the first of three episodes states the following attention grabbing stats about the US Food Industry:

  • Drives more than one fifth of the US Economy
  • It provides 1 in 4 jobs
  • Generates over $5 Billion… a day!
  • 250 million Hershey bars a year
  • 650 million bottles of Heinz ketchup a year
  • 9 billion servings of Coca-Cola… a day!

Hosts: Campbell Scott, Adam Richman

Themes: History, Food Brands, Food Manufacturing, Entrepreneurship

See The Food That Built America on Hulu for episode details.


 

Gordon Ramsay’s American Road Trip

Gordon adventurously travels by RV with two top European chefs, Gino D’Acampo (Italian), Fred Sirieix (French) across several regions west of the Mississippi to discover and experience hidden American culinary gems.

Hosts: Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo, Fred Sirieix

Themes: Road Trip, Travel, Restaurants, Regional Cuisine

See Gordon Ramsay’s American Road Trip on Hulu for episode details.


 

Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Home Cooking

The goal of this How-To show is to prove that it is still possible for even the busiest people to be able to cook stunning food at home. The show goes over recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner that all meet Ramsay’s rules for home cooking, which are:

  • Home cooking has to be easy
  • Home cooking has to be fast
  • Home cooking has to be delicious

Host: Gordon Ramsay

Themes: How-To, Recipes, Celebrity Chefs, Home Cooking

See Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Home Cooking on Hulu for episode details.


 

Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On

In this show Jamie Oliver focuses on how to make the most of kitchen staples and how to be creative with whatever ingredients you’ve got on hand, with whatever budget. From leveraging frozen food to relying entirely on what you have in the cupboard, Jamie shows home cooks how to make nutritious and delicious food using simple ingredients.

Host: Jamie Oliver

Themes: How-To, Recipes, Home Cooking

See Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On on Hulu for episode details.

Jamie Oliver: Keep Cooking and Carry On - Trailer (Official) • The British Binge-cation on Hulu


 

Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food

Hulu Jamie Oliver Quick and Easy Food Series

Another show that empathizes with busy households by showcasing meal preparation that is easy, low-stress and stream-lined. In this series, Jamie Oliver uses just five ingredients per recipe, proving that sumptuous food does not always require endless ingredient lists. We like the chef’s encouraging motto of “don’t just watch it – try it!”

Host: Jamie Oliver

Themes: How-To, Recipes, Home Cooking

See Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food on Hulu for episode details.


 

Make This Tonight

This popular long-running show by Tastemade showcases established professional chefs who demonstrate their go-to dinner recipes, while sharing the stories behind them. Tastemade has a browseable and searchable recipe database for this series that can be used before, during or after the corresponding episode. Each episode offers several opportunities to try something new, by averaging between 2 and 5 recipes a show.

Themes: How-To, Recipes, Celebrity Chefs, Home Cooking, Tastemade

See Make This Tonight on Hulu for episode details.

Visit Tastemade for recipes used on Make This Tonight.


 

The Next Thing You Eat

Hulu Original The Next Thing You Eat with David Chang

This docuseries, hosted by chef and Academy Award–winning documentary filmmaker David Chang, explores “what’s next for the world of food” and what the future of food science may be. Topics covered range from burger-flipping robots, to lab-grown fish, to insect farms, to artificial intelligence calling all the shots. Though most early reviewers find the topics to be quite interesting, more than a few have been quickly put off by the foul languange used by host.

Host: David Chang

Themes: Food Science, Technology, Futurism, Health, Nutrition, Sustainability, Restaurants, Celebrity Chefs, Hulu Original

See The Next Thing You Eat on Hulu for episode details.

The Next Thing You Eat | Official Trailer


 

Project Bakeover

Hulu Project Bakeover Hosts Steve Hodge and Tiffany Pratt

In Project Bakeover, expert pastry chef and entrepreneur Steve Hodge helps struggling bakery businesses that are on the brink of closing shop. While Steve reinvigorates and inspires the overworked and distressed bakery owners, design pro Tiffany Pratt addresses interior design issues with the goal of turning the bakeries into warm and welcoming spaces. Together the pair aim to get these businesses quickly turned around and on the road to success. Entrepreneurial types that have been using YouTube to improve and expand their baking capabilities will definitely want to watch this series.

Hosts: Steve Hodge, Tiffany Pratt

Themes: Baking, Small Business, Entrepreneurship, Design

See Project Bakeover on Hulu for episode details.


 

Raw. Vegan. Not Gross.

Laura Miller of Sidesaddle Kitchen shows viewers how to make delicious recipes that happen to fall into the raw/vegan category. The goal of the show is to prove that a vegan menu does not need to consist of boring and uninteresting food. The show is a great way to expand one’s cooking repertoire, especially handy when entertaining for groups with varying dietary needs.

Host: Laura Miller

Themes: How-To, Recipes, Healthy Cooking, Raw, Vegan

See Raw. Vegan. Not Gross. on Hulu for episode details.

Visit Tastemade for recipes used on Make This Tonight.


 

Taste the Nation: Holiday Edition

This is a special 4-part Holiday Edition of Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi, where each episode explores unique holiday traditions of different immigrant communities througout the United States. Holidays covered include: Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, New Years, Christmas, Seollal (Korean New Year), and Nochebuena (Christmas Eve). Locations visited include: Cape Cod, Lower East Side New York City, Koreatown (AKA K-Town) in Los Angeles, and Miami.

Host: Padma Lakshmi

Themes: Culture, Travel, Holidays, Hulu Origional, Entertaining

See Tast the Nation with Padma Lakshmi on Hulu for episode details.

Taste the Nation: Holiday Edition with Padma Lakshmi | Hulu


 

Tasty 101

Tasty 101, produced by BuzzFeed, offers short, easy-to-follow cooking tutorials primarily focused on popular classic recipes, all with the goal of helping the viewer become a better cook.

Themes: How-To, Recipes, Buzz Feed Original, Tastemade

See Tasty 101 on Hulu for episode details.


 

How-To Cooking Shows on Hulu


 

Hulu Cooking & Baking Shows with Online Recipes

Here are links to online recipes for Taste Made cooking & baking shows that are currently streaming on Hulu, so you can follow along.


 

Restaurant, Taste Tests & Travel Shows on Hulu


 

Cooking Competition Shows on Hulu


 

Restaurant Turnaround Shows on Hulu


 

Baking Shows on Hulu


 

Food Network Shows on Hulu


 

Gordon Ramsay Shows on Hulu


 

Hulu Original Cooking & Food Shows


 

Tastemade Shows on Hulu


 

Outdoor & Grilling Shows on Hulu


 

Healthy Cooking Shows on Hulu


 

Budget Cooking Shows on Hulu


 

Unusual Cooking & Food Shows on Hulu

 

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