The streaming giant Netflix does not only have dramas for the name of entertainment, but it also has food shows. Some of them are entirely barbecue shows focusing on Barbecue to BBQ pitmasters. So better get ready to learn some tricks and tips to cook the best BBQ from these bbq shows on Netflix.
5 of the best BBQ shows you can stream on Netflix
5. American Barbecue Showdown
American Barbecue Showdown is a competition show for the title of the best American barbecue champion. Eight amateur barbecue cooks from across America compete in different cook-off challenges in various Barbecue styles. The challenges occasionally come with extra surprises. The judges are talented, and one might learn some cooking aspects of maintaining temperature and smoking techniques. The food show premiered on Netflix, and they renewed the show for a second season.
I thought I’m not a fan of reality TV but Netflix was like “Here’s all you’d want to see bro”:
American Barbecue Showdown – Master Chef but barbecue
The Mole – Among Us but irl
Drink Masters – Master Chef but bartender
— 𝙆𝙮𝙡𝙚 The Frat Guy (@caucasieun) October 31, 2022
4. Chef’s Table: BBQ
- Show Creator: David Gelb
Chef’s Table BBQ beautifully captures the smoky and juicy world of Barbecue. The critically acclaimed show Chef’s Table returns with a new edition, BBQ, and captures the world of barbecue dishes worldwide in four episodes. It features four acclaimed chefs and pit masters from different places in America, Australia, and Mexico.
The show is visually amazing and highlights the insides of great chefs’ and pitmasters’ cooking styles and lives. Chef’s Table BBQ is a must-watch and one of the best barbecue shows on Netflix.
3. Salt Fat Acid Heat
- Director: Caroline Suh
- Cast: Samin Nosrat
Salt Fat Acid Heat is a documentary series starring award-winning author Samin Nosrat. It is based on her cooking book of the same name. One can learn a lot of tricks, especially home cooking skills and techniques.
This four-part series focuses on these four elements — salt, fat, acid, and heat as she travels to different parts of the world and learns how people use these ingredients in local cuisine. Nosrat visited restaurants in Italy, Japan, Mexico, and her hometown Barkley, California, and talked about the importance of these cooking elements.
i love this point and take it to heart since i read about salt in salt fat acid and heat https://t.co/KZXH0YNW0m
— remember the cvnt🌻 (@killejoie) November 5, 2022
2. Ugly Delicious
- Director: Eddie Schmidt, Jason Zeldes, Laura Gabbert, Morgan Neville
Ugly Delicious is a food travel documentary series with celebrity chef David Chang as the host. Season 1 Episode 5 focuses on BBQ with David spending time with some of the best pitmasters of different parts of America. David explores the difference between American and Korean Barbecue with other celebrity guests. In season 2 of Ugly Delicious, an episode focuses on steak where he finds the differences among steakhouses worldwide.
1. Queer Eye (season 3 Episode 3)
- Show Creator: David Collins
In the episode Jones Bar-B-Q, the Queer Eye crew, The Fav 5, helps the two sisters of Jones Bar-B-Que in Kansas City. The two sister owners got a great highlight after this episode. The Queer Eye crew even helped them sell their popular barbecue sauce from an online store. Not only this, but they also helped them build their self-confidence. Ultimately, they rebooted their business by upgrading their old shop. This is a completely amazing episode featuring two hard-working sisters who are worth praising for. Thanks to the Queer Eye crew.
Queer Eye season 3 Episode 3 pic.twitter.com/r7MoHmj6p1
— ☕️ (@ourloveiswrong) March 16, 2019
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