Binge on these popular food shows on Netflix

If you love food and a good show, tune in to these popular series streaming on Netflix. 

By Tamara Clarke

Nailed It 

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Inspired by a popular meme in which people document their wildly unsuccessful attempts to follow Pinterest recipes, Nailed It defies convention by shining a big, bright spotlight on imperfection.

The show challenges amateur bakers to create elaborate cakes, desserts, and more to highlight just how difficult Pinterest recipes really are. 

In each episode, the contestant who most closely replicates professional results – and this is no easy feat – wins $10,000.

Sugar Rush

Sugar Rush is a baking competition where time is of the essence as several teams rush to bake delicious sweets.

Basically, it’s Nailed It with people who can actually ‘nail’ complex cake challenges in record time. The show, which is hosted by Hunter March, follows contestants as they battle it out to make the best cupcakes, confections and cakes.

Judges Candace Nelson and Adriano Zumbo evaluate the sweets and ultimately decide who goes home with the  $10,000 prize that’s up for grabs. 


Great British Bake Off 

The Great British Bake Off is the ultimate baking battle where passionate amateur baking fans compete to be crowned the UK’s Best Amateur Baker.

Over the course of 10 hour-long episodes, the series follows the trials and tribulations of the competitors, young and old, from every background and every corner of Britain, as they attempt to prove their baking prowess.

Each week the bakers tackle a different baking skill, which become progressively more difficult as the competition unfolds. Contestants are eliminated in each round by star judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood as they decide whose cooking places them over the top. 

Ugly Delicious 

In Ugly Delicious, James Beard award-winning chef David Chang explores culinary hot spots around the world. He is joined by writers, activists, artists and other chefs who use food as a vehicle to break down cultural barriers and tackle misconceptions.

Chang and his guests, which include notable people such as TV host Jimmy Kimmel, comic Nick Kroll and writer Peter Meehan, venture out of polished kitchens into the world to explore – you know, the not so “pretty” side of the food industry.
This travelogue takes you across the globe one bite at a time. 

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