Cooking Shows (PBS) and Food Blogs (Randyjw; June 2, 2018)
Our public television service in the United States, PBS, has some nice cooking shows. Some of the ones I like are:
Christina Pirello – Christina Cooks (Vegan)
Mary Ann Esposito – Ciao Italia (Italian)
Alamelu Vairavan – Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu (Indian)
Hubert Keller – Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef (Varied; He’s from Alsace)
Nick Stellino – Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends (Italian)
Pati Jinich – Pati’s Mexican Table
Rachel Allen – Rachel’s Favorite Food at Home (Varied; She lives in Ireland)
Sara Moulton – Sara’s Weeknight Meals (Varied)
These are some food blogs I like, excerpted from a list I posted previously :
Anisa Kazemi – https://iaccidentlyatethewholething.com – Always a love. You’ll love her, too.
Maya – artsyteenblog – A blog for teens. Really incredible. Craft projects and recipes. Check out her divine looking lemon-based dessert recipes.
Maureen Abood – http://www.maureenabood.com/ – Lebanese and inspired food from her heritage.
Georgia McDermott – George Eats. http://www.georgeats.com/ – Interesting ideas and journey.
Ania – http://www.lazycatkitchen.com/ – A vegan life lived in the Greek Isles.
Christina – http://www.christinacooks.com/ – Every episode of her tv show features tantalizing plant-based dishes that never disappoint. Get her tips and explore ideas at her website, as well.
Stunning food photography and edible artistry at: https://ice-cream-magazine.com/
Nepali Food: http://www.food-nepal.com/ – Recipes, learning about local dishes, etc.
http://www.cookingandme.com/ – Delicious pix and easy Indian, and other, food recipes.
Morgan – http://hostthetoast.com/ – Great twists on classic dishes and fusion-food.
Pati’s Mexican Table: Mexican food is more than enchiladas. Pati Jinich shows you how: https://patijinich.com/
New Scandinavian Cooking: Andreas Viestad cooks up some new, interesting recipes: http://www.newscancook.com/
Nick Stellino: Italian food with friends. http://www.nickstellino.com/
The Free Range Cook: Annabel Langbein cooks up local foods grown in New Zealand: http://www.annabel-langbein.com/