The Black community has always been stellar at cooking.
So, it should be no surprise that Black cooking shows offer some of the most remarkable cooking you can watch.
Whether you’re looking for inspiration or want to be entertained, check out these stellar Black cooking shows.
‘Street Food’ is a Netflix documentary that takes viewers worldwide on a culinary exploration of street food.
The show’s third season takes place in the United States.
Here, we see distinguished Black cooks like Tami Treadwell, Kiauna ‘Kee’ Nelson, Linda Green, and more.
We see foods like shrimp and grits, shrimp po’boy, Cuban sandwiches, and more in the same season.
It’s also worth looking at the show’s other seasons because they can give you ideas about the next meal you want to cook.
Cooked with Cannabis
‘Cooked with Cannabis’ is a competitive cooking show where contestants prepare a range of dishes with one common factor: they must use cannabis in everything they make.
Singer Kelis co-hosts this epic six-episode show where the participants and diners get high.
If you’ve ever been interested in cooking with cannabis, this show will give you countless ideas.
Great Soul Food Cook-Off
Network: The Oprah Winfrey Network
You will love the Great Soul Food Cook-Off if you like soul food.
It is a competitive cooking show where eight chefs prepare Black cuisine with a distinct spin on their food.
With a $50,000 grand prize, the chefs are highly motivated and offer new spins on traditional foods.
Food Network’s Kardea Brown is the host, while Melba Wilson and Eric Adjepong are the judges.
Network: Food Network
If you’re a home cook, have you ever thought you could outcook a culinary legend?
That’s the premise for ‘Outchef’d.’
The host, Eddie Jackson, surprises unsuspecting home cooks by pitting them against legendary chefs like Alex Guarnaschelli, Eric Adjepong, and Anne Burrell.
If the home cook receives a single vote, they win $5,000.
However, it’s not easy since they are going against the best cooks in the world.
‘Outchef’d’ offers an addictive underdog story since you often root for the home cooks.
Delicious Miss Brown
Network: Food Network
Celebrity Chef Kardea Brown is the star of ‘Delicious Miss Brown.’
She shows us how to make Southern-inspired meals from her hometown.
Chef Kardea also shares tips, guilty pleasures, her favorite snacks, favorite food cities, and more.
‘Delicious Miss Brown’ is a feel-good show that will educate, inspire, and relax you; it’s among the finest Black cooking shows I’ve seen.
Black Cooking Shows Are Sumptuous
If you want to up your cooking game to the next level, Black cooking shows do a spectacular job.
Whether you’re into soul food, cannabis, or veganism, these shows have something for everyone.