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Nothing says heritage quite like food. If you're a lover of food and food culture, these five cooking shows will have something for you. Tune into these cooking shows on Netflix to explore and experience different types of food from cultures all over the world.
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Ugly delicious is a cooking show with a difference. Experience food in a different light through the eyes of award-winning chef David Chang who uses food as a vehicle to break down cultural barriers and tackle misconceptions. Follow him on his incredible journey to find culinary hot spots around the world.
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
Chef and best-selling author Anthony Bourdain explores the world to experience food from cultures that are rarely visited by mainstream food shows. Follow this journey to see him ‘eat and drink with people without fear and prejudice’.
Great British Menu
If you’re into competitive cooking shows, then this one is for you. Watch as top chefs from different parts of the UK compete to produce a menu that will be served at a prestigious banquet for prominent guests.
Million Pound Menu
If you have secret ambitions of opening up a restaurant one day, then you’ll love this show. Watch and learn from upcoming restaurateurs who are given the opportunity to open their own pop-up eateries to impress the paying public and a panel of discerning UK investors.
Tune into Chef’s Table and get to know the stories behind the careers, dishes and philosophies of some of the world’s most renowned and provocative chefs. This is a Netflix Originals series.
Netflix's new pricing
Netflix has announced a new pricing structure effective from the end of August. And the great news is, the prices are down from the launch! The access fee for South Africans used to fluctuate according to the dollar exchange rate (as Netflix is based in the US), but now, you'll pay one predictable, lower fee depending on the number of devices you want to connect.
Remember the easiest way to pay your Netflix account is to add it to your Vodacom bill. Visit the Vodacom website to find out more.
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