I’m taking a break from my Friday reviews today (PhD life tends to take away restaurant time and money) to share my new favorite foodie delight: Netflix’s show, Chef’s Table. (If you don’t have Netflix by now, you’re a little behind, especially since one month’s of streaming costs the same as one movie ticket.)
But anyway, this documentary series features one chef per hour episode and we’re talking THE BEST CHEFS IN THE WORLD, not just some random people. Each episode shares some personal information about the chef’s life, inspiration, history, and dreams for their interpretation of food. It’s a show Husband and I can both agree on and find fascinating. I learn new things every time we turn it on and really can’t recommend it more. Did I mention that the food looks SO BEAUTIFUL??
After every episode, I google the restaurants and beg Husband to take me to all of them. His answer, “Yes, dear, when we’re out of school.” Which will be awhile, so I’m going to continue salivating at the television screen and pretend that I would actually like all of the incredibly unique and fancy food.
Check it out and let me know what you think!