Culinary Shows to Watch on Netflix
Whether you are heading back to school for the first time, in the midst of your culinary education, or even enjoy learning more about the culinary industry, we put together this list of shows on Netflix to get you inspired this back-to-school season. Check out the shows below, all of which feature ICC deans and alumni!
Each episode of this Emmy nominated series profiles a different chef who’s innovations are changing the culinary scene and takes viewers through a journey of their lives and kitchens.
Our Graduates Featured:
Christina Tosi: 2004 grad, Christina Tosi, is changing the pastry industry from the inside out. When the producers of the show approached her to be one of the first pastry chefs featured, she was hesitant to go through with the show. We are so glad she did, as it gives us an inside look at the pastry giant’s creative mind.
Dan Barber is an alumnus and one of the leading voices in sustainability and food. His restaurants Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns are disrupting the culinary industry—starting from the farmers and purveyors all the way to the plate. In his episode, learn how he works with producers to breed new flavors into vegetables .
Star chef and alumnus David Chang recognizes that good food doesn’t always have to be pretty. In his show, Ugly Delicious, watch as he takes his friends across the world in search of amazing food and conversations.
This show, which won multiple Emmy’s, explores the creative processes and artistry behind some of the greatest chefs in the world.
Season 1: Go back in time and see David Chang before his Momofuku empire took off! You’ll even see Christina Tosi in a few of the episodes.
Season 4, Episode 6: Shameless plug: This episode of The Mind of a Chef happens to be our favorite. It includes an interview with our dean, Chef André Soltner, filmed at our school!
Jacques Torres, our Dean of Pastry Arts, leads Netflix’s Nailed It! as the head judge. Watch this show and prepare to laugh as home cooks try to recreate difficult, and sometimes wacky, pastry trends!
This blog post was originally published by the International Culinary Center (ICC), founded as The French Culinary Institute (FCI). In 2020, ICE and ICC came together on one strong and dynamic national platform at ICE's campuses in New York City and Los Angeles. Explore your culinary education where the legacy lives on.