‘Top Chef’ Season 18 Nailed the Pandemic TV Show
With fewer guests and smaller challenges, the cooking competition had to adapt to stay COVID-safe. The show got better as a result.
'Time to Eat' Is a Delightful Reminder That Cooking Can Be Chill
On her new Netflix show, 'Great British Bake Off' star Nadiya Hussain is like Ina Garten for stressed-out quarantine cooks.
Julia Child’s ‘The French Chef’ Is My Escape From Pandemic Stress
I asked psychologists why it can be so therapeutic to watch Child make mayonnaise and flip eggs in her classic cooking show.
Paris Hilton Has a Cooking Show Now, And You Need to Watch it Immediately
It's either a brilliant piece of performance art, or a cautionary tale about what can go wrong when you believe in yourself.
The Only Way to Watch the 'Great British Bake Off' Is to Lazily Binge It
Now that it's weekly, 'Bake Off' loses a little of its comforting magic.
Gordon Ramsay's New Show Is the Nadir of His Deeply Weird Craft
'24 Hours to Hell and Back' is textbook Ramsay: shouting, swearing and a great deal of rotting meat.
Nicole Byer Is the Host that Food Television Needs
In Season 2 of Netflix's 'Nailed It,' she's back to fix your baking disasters—and the boring traditions of cooking shows.
‘Sunday Brunch’ Is the Greatest Show on British Television
There are cookery shows, then there is 'Sunday Brunch.'
Being a Judge For a Cooking Show Gave Me an Iron Stomach
As a preliminary food tasting judge for cooking competition shows, I taste the good, the bad, and the ugly. By the time the finalists are selected to be on the show, only the ones that didn’t give me food poisoning get to cook for the TV judges.
Pray for Beloved, Foul-Mouthed YouTube Chef Auntie Fee
The inventor of classic dishes such as "Good Ass Chicken" and "bowel movement bars" has been hospitalized after suffering a heart attack.
Watch the 'Pioneer Woman' Clip that Is Causing a Huge Backlash for the Food Network
In a Season 2 episode, the Food Network star and blogger appears to ridicule a dish of 'Asian wings'—and Asian-Americans aren't happy about it.
A Top Advisor to the President of Turkey Accuses Foreign Chefs of Being Spies
“I watched a program on a news station the other day. An Englishman and an Italian were sampling the tests of Anatolia and traveling to many provinces and villages, cooking food. Do you think they are doing that for their own benefit?”