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Last Updated on December 27, 2020 by Stefanie Hutson
Apart from getting on a plane, food is one of the best means of “travelling” by trying new recipes. It allows us to experience the flavours of different cultures, and the British Isles are a melting pot. From Shepherd's Pie and Sunday Roast, to Chicken Tikka Masala and Doner Kebabs… British food is an expansive cuisine worthy of countless cooking shows (or cookery shows, as they're known across the pond).
Want to try British recipes? You may notice some of your favourite TV chefs use metric weight measurements. This can be a little confusing if you're used to Imperial and Cup measurements.
Having a set of scales that switches back and forth from ounces to grams is also a great investment if you cook a lot of British recipes since they usually measure by weight. I personally have these Escali scales; they're reliable and come in several different colours.
Here are two websites you might like to bookmark to make things easier when using British recipes:
Table of Contents
British Cooking Shows
These cooking shows primarily feature instruction, home cooking, and the celebration of food…
Nigella Lawson is a popular TV chef and food writer in the UK. She started her career as a journalist and worked as a freelance writer. She published her first cookbook in 1998 and her first television show, Nigella Bites, ran from 1999 to 2001. The rest is history. She is now a successful food writer and television chef. One of her more recent shows, Nigellissima, focuses on Italian cooking.
James May: Oh Cook
James May is best known for Top Gear, The Grand Tour, Man Lab, James May: Our Man in Japan, and his wine-based excursions with Oz Clarke. In this series, he tackles cooking and creating a cookbook. This show is funny, lighthearted, and off-the-cuff. The whole crew is involved in the show and there is no “TV trickery.”
To give you an idea, the opening lines are: “Hello viewers, I’m James May and I can’t cook. Welcome to my cookery show. It’s not entirely true that I can’t cook; I have mastered about three dishes. But if you can cook a few things passably well, I believe you can learn to cook anything.”
James Martin: Home Comforts
Ever heard the British phrase, “What's he like when he's at home?” Well, if you wanted to know what James Martin cooks at home, this is the show for you. Martin trained in France, went on to become a pastry chef, and then starred in his first cooking show in 1996. In this show, he “rustles up food that is both inspiring and achievable.”
Stream three seasons of James Martin: Home Comforts on Amazon Prime.
My Greatest Dishes
My Greatest Dishes is narrated by Sean Pertwee. Each of the twenty episodes follows a different chef as they walk you through their signature dishes. You might recognise Great British Baking Show host Prue Leith in episode two.
My Greatest Dishes is streaming on Amazon Prime.
My Life on a Plate
Similar to My Greatest Dishes, My Life on a Plate interviews well-known chefs and discusses their roots. The first episode features Great British Baking Show host Mary Berry.
My Life on a Plate is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Donal's Meals in Minutes
Donal Skehan is an Irish cook and television presenter. In this show, he instructs viewers how to cook easy meals with limited ingredients. Delicious meals don't have to be difficult or fussy.
Donal's Meals in Minutes is streaming on Amazon Prime.
How to Cook Well with Rory O'Connell
Rory O'Connell is an experienced cooking teacher and chef from Ireland. In this show, he instructs viewers how to make a variety of dishes which are delicious on their own or perfect paired together.
How to Cook Well with Rory O'Connell is streaming on Amazon Prime.
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food
In episode one, he cooks lobster with mustard cream sauce, seared beef filet, blue cheese salad, and more. Unfortunately, only the first episode is available, but it's still worth watching. Depending on where you live, you may be able to see more episodes on PBS.
Market Kitchen features fresh food and popular chefs. It emphasizes the farm-to-table movement by working with seasonal ingredients. Rachel Allen and Tana Ramsay make appearances as guest presenters.
Market Kitchen is streaming on the Amazon Prime Channel Inside Outside.
Nadiya's Time to Eat
Nadiya Hussain got her start as a contestant on The Great British Baking Show. She's gone on to write several cookbooks and star in five cooking shows. In Nadiya's Time to Eat, she focuses on easy recipes and time-saving tips.
Nadiya's Time to Eat is streaming on Netflix.
Nadiya's Family Favourites
In this show, Nadiya Hussain explores and instructs food that is perfect for family life. Whether it's a “manic weekend” or there's “nothing in the house,” Nadiya's got you covered.
Nadiya's Family Favourites is streaming on Tastemade via Amazon Prime Channels.
Catherine's Family Kitchen
Catherine Fulvio is an Irish chef who runs a cooking school. She instructs viewers on different topics, like freezer-friendly food, birthday parties, picnics, and more.
Catherine's Family Kitchen is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Cook Yourself Thin UK
This series focuses on low calorie alternatives to well-loved dishes. Each episode follows a female guest's journey supported by Allison Fishman, Candice Kumai, Harry Eastwood.
Cook Yourself Thin UK is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Clarissa & The King's Cookbook
Follow Clarissa Dickson Wright (best known from Two Fat Ladies) as she hunts down the King's Cookbook, the oldest known cookbook in Britain. This is a one-episode special.
Clarissa & The King's Cookbook is streaming on Inside Outside via Amazon Prime Channels.
British Baking Shows
These shows primarily feature baking in different formats. So, if you're more interested in baking than cooking, these might be for you:
This show follows the (now defunct) bakery Choccywoccydoodah as they make chocolate and cakes for celebrity clients. This is a reality-style show similar to US shows Ace of Cakes or Cake Boss.
Home of Fabulous Cakes
Fiona Cairns instructs viewers on how to make everything from “easy bakes to novelty cakes.” She covers themes like tea parties, summer berries, garden vegetables, birthdays, Halloween, and more.
French master patissier Eric Lanlard hosts this baking show. It has several different elements, from instruction and tips & tricks, to bake-offs and more. He covers cupcakes, celebration cakes, healthy baking, parties, chocolate, fruits, and so on. This show is a must-watch if you're serious about learning baking skills.
Baking Mad is streaming on Amazon Prime.
British Cooking & Baking Competition Shows
These shows are all cooking or baking-themed competitions:
The Great British Baking Show
The Great British Bake Off, as it's known in the UK, began with Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry judging, Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc presenting, and Rupert Penry-Jones narrating. After the BBC sold it to Channel 4, Prue Leith stepped into Mary Berry's shoes, Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding replaced Mel and Sue, and Rupert no longer narrates it. But, it's still worth watching. (Even if it isn't as relaxing without Rupert Penry-Jones narrating it). Matt Lucas then went on to replace Sandi Toksvig.
The Great British Baking Show is beloved in the US for how it contrasts to American baking competitions: it isn't as stressful to watch. Instead, the quaint, understated British competition show could even be called relaxing at times.
Britain's Best Home Cook
Britain's Best Home Cook is a bit like The Great British Baking Show but for overall cooking. It also stars Mary Berry as a judge. Berry is joined by Chris Bavin and Angela Hartnett. Claudia Winkleman hosts.
Great British Menu
Some of Britain's best chefs cook with Britain's best produce. Chefs compete in themed rounds that highlight the many flavours of Britain. Fans of British food and culture will enjoy this popular show with many seasons.
Britain's Best Bakery
Mich Turner and Peter Sidwell travel the country in search of Britain's best bakery. This part-competition part-travelogue show features the different baking techniques across Britain. The bakeries who succeed go on to compete in regionals and ultimately finals.
Britain's Best Bakery is streaming for free with ads on IMDbTV.
Family Food Challenge
In Family Food Challenge, two celebrity chefs are each given a family to help develop their cooking skills. Each family has different drawbacks – some only rely on TV dinners, some use too much salt. It's up to these chefs to help improve the family's nutritional challenges. Some reviewers mention the audio is not mixed well, so you may want to used closed captioning.
Family Food Challenge is streaming on Amazon Prime.
The Big Family Cooking Showdown
This team cooking competition pits families against each other. It begins with 16 families. There are eight heats, each split into three categories: the £10 challenge, the home visits challenge, and the impress-the-neighbours challenge. Then, there are three semifinals and one final.
Presented by Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain and judged by Giorgio Locatelli, Rosemary Shrager, Angellica Bell, and Tommy Banks.
The Big Family Cooking Showdown is streaming on Netflix.
Food Glorious Food
Carol Vorderman hosts this competition show looking for the best family recipes across Britain. Judged by Tom Parker Bowles, Loyd Grossman, Anne Harrison, and Stacie Stewart.
Streaming on the Inside Outside Channel via Amazon.
Million Pound Menu
In this unique show, prospective restaurant owners pitch their ideas and run real pop-up restaurants to inspire investors to help them get started. Think of it like a combination of MasterChef and Shark Tank / Dragons' Den.
Million Pound Menu is streaming on Netflix.
Restaurant in Our Living Room
Think you have what it takes to run a restaurant? These contestant do, and to prove it they're setting up restaurants in their living room. In each episode, two couples compete for the best takings.
Restaurant in Our Living Room is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Three Michelin star chefs (Tom Kitchin, Theo Randall, and Michel Roux Jr) train protégés. In the grand final, the protégés compete. Unlike many British shows, this show has a whopping 20 episodes, so strap in.
Chef's Protégé is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
John Burton Race and Angela Hartnett travel across Britain looking for the absolute worst cooks. The chefs create boot camps to teach the kitchen criminals how to cook. Then, they compete against one another until just two contestants remain for the grand final.
Streaming on Inside Outside via Amazon.
Food & Cooking Travelogue Shows
While these shows may also feature some instruction, the main format is travelling…
Nigel Slater Eating Together
In this tour of modern British home cooking, food writer and chef Nigel Slater goes from home to home looking for different versions of recipes. Nigel Slater introduces the show with the line, “The journey will take me around the world – the beauty is, I won't even need a passport.”
Nigel Slater Eating Together is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Lords and Ladles
This fascinating show sees three chefs travelling across Ireland from stately home to stately home. There, they recreate a menu from the home's past. If you're interested in historical recipes and old ways of eating, this show is for you. (This is similar to Mary Berry's Country House Secrets).
Oz & James's Big Wine Adventure
Travel with Oz Clarke and James May as Oz tries to convince James to be a “wine-snob.” In season one, they spend a month traveling across France and in season two they head to California. These two have great chemistry, if only for how they rub one another the wrong way. Expect humor. James is particular and just likes to drink, while Oz is more laid back and likes to talk about wine. They also did Oz and James Drink to Britain, but it isn't currently streaming.
Stream Oz & James's Big Wine Adventure for free with ads on Tubi.
Len and Ainsley's Big Food Adventure
Chef Ainsley Harriet is tasked with convincing Dancing with the Stars' Len Goodman to be adventurous with food. They road-trip across Britain and each episode focuses on a different region. This format is similar to Oz and James's Big Wine Adventure.
Stream Len and Ainsley's Big Food Adventure for free with ads on IMDbTV.
Join comedian Nick Helm as he travels around Europe eating whatever he wants, guilt-free. He visits places like Islington, Camden, Leeds, Brighton, Essex, Paris, Berlin, and more.
Comfort Eating is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
James & Thom's Pizza Pilgrimage
Who doesn't love pizza? Join brothers James and Thom Elliot as they travel down to Italy before opening a pizza business in England. They travel to Calabria, Naples, Lazio, Rome, Tuscany, and more.
Stream it for free with ads on Tubi.
James Martin's United Cakes of America
British chef James Martin travels across the US looking for the best cakes (and a few other desserts) and their origins. He focuses on the east coast, starting in Virginia and ending in Massachusetts.
Stream it for free with ads on Tubi.
James Martin's Mediterranean
James Martin is on the road again. This time, he heads to the Med and visits places like Ibiza, Naples, Gaeta, Valencia, Marseille, Elounda, and more.
Streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Remarkable Places to Eat
Successful chefs take you (and host Fred Sirieix) to three restaurants close to their heart. You'll “dine” in Venice, Edinburgh, Paris, and San Sebastian.
Remarkable Places to Eat is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Marco's Great British Feast
Join famed chef Marco Pierre White as he explores the best food in Britain. He focuses on traditional British food and forgotten dishes. If you love learning about classic British food, this one's for you.
Jamie Oliver got his start as a pastry chef, then as a sous-chef. His first show was The Naked Chef in 1999, accompanied by a cookbook of the same name. He is known for featuring easy, approachable recipes and for his efforts to help educate children in healthy nutrition.
As of February 2019, he has sold over 14.55 million books, making him the second-best-selling British author (Behind J.K. Rowling, of course). He is a father of five and dedicated to many philanthropic pursuits. Oliver has starred in over thirty different cooking shows or specials. Currently, his most popular book on Amazon is 5 Ingredients: Quick & Easy Food.
Jamie Oliver's Food Escapes
Follow Jamie Oliver to Venice, Athens, French Pyrenees, Andalusia, Stockholm, Marrakesh, and more. Eating local food when you travel is the quickest way to get to know a place and its people.
Jamie Oliver's Super Food Family Classics
In this series, he makes family staples healthier. And in his mission to do so, he must travel the world. Pairs well with his book Everyday Super Food.
Super Food Family Classics is Available to own on Amazon.
Jamie Oliver's 15-Minute Meals
In real time, Oliver instructs viewers how to make quick, easy meals. Recipes include Chili con Carne Meatballs, Sticky Kicking Chicken, Fish Stew, Asian Beef Salad, Moroccan Jerk Pork, Poached Chicken, Swedish Meatballs, Pasta Pesto, and more.
Streaming on Tastemade via Amazon Prime Channels.
Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On
In this series, Oliver teaches you to get creative in the kitchen and try new things. This casual cooking show demonstrates how good food and exciting recipes are easy to make at home.
Keep Cooking and Carry On is streaming on Hulu.
Jamie's Quick & Easy Food
It looks easy because it is. In this series, Oliver continues focusing on simple recipes that nearly anyone can make without feeling overwhelmed. It's a great way to experiment with ingredients you might find a little intimidating, like scallops, steak, puff pastry, lamb, gnocchi, and more.
Jamie's Quick & Easy Food is streaming on Hulu.
Jamie's American Road Trip
Jamie hits the road to explore American food and culture. Watch him put on a cowboy hat and get to work. He starts by learning about Mexican cuisine in Los Angeles, then heads to Wyoming to learn about campfire cooking. After that, he goes to New York, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida, and even Arizona where he learns about pre-colonial cuisine.
Jamie's American Road Trip is streaming on Topic via Amazon Prime Channels.
Mary Berry & Paul Hollywood
While these two are talented bakers and cooks in their own right, we're including them together because of their popularity on The Great British Baking Show. The Guardian called them the “the greatest judging duo in the history of reality television.”
Dame Mary Berry became food editor of Housewife magazine in 1966 and was food editor of Ideal Home magazine from 1970 to 1973. Mary Berry's first cookbook came out in 1970 and she has since published more than 70 books, including an autobiography. Her most popular cook book is Mary Berry's Baking Bible with over 250 recipes.
Paul Hollywood got his start in his father's bakery and specializes in bread. He worked for several hotels, both domestic and international, as a head baker. His television career began with guest spots on other shows before The Great British Baking Show. He has gone on to star in his own shows, not limiting himself to baking; he also made a couple shows about automobiles. He has published several baking cookbooks, like How to Bake and 100 Great Breads.
The Great British Baking Show: Masterclass
In this series, Paul and Mary walk viewers through how to successfully bake the recipes from The Great British Baking Show. They have great chemistry and lots of insight.
The Great British Baking Show: Masterclass is available on Netflix.
Mary Berry's Foolproof Cooking
If you want recipes that are quick, straightforward, and uncomplicated, this series is for you. Recipes include Thai chicken curry, fruit salad with whipped goat's cheese, salmon and herb coulibiac, and a gateau.
Mary Berry's Foolproof Cooking is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Mary Berry's Absolute Favourites
In this series, Mary Berry shows you how to make her absolute favourite recipes. It features quaint, delicate music and great shots of food, just like The Great British Baking Show.
Mary Berry's Absolute Favourites is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Classic Mary Berry
Mary Berry puts her spin on classic recipes, highlighting her own style and skill. Recipes include Eggs Benedict Florentine, drop scones, beef burgers, onion soup, banoffee pie, and more. She even visits Port Isaac in episode five (the village where Doc Martin is filmed).
Mary Berry's Country House Secrets
Through the lens of food, Mary Berry explores the history of the UK's stately homes. Her first stop? Highclere Castle. You'll recognise it from Jeeves and Wooster, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, and of course Downton Abbey.
Mary Berry's Country House Secrets is available on BritBox.
Paul Hollywood's Pies & Puds
Paul Hollywood invites you to his ‘country kitchen' to learn how to bake the best pies and puddings. He typically starts with a savory pie and a sweet pudding/dessert. In the first episode, he makes a corned beef pie, nutty sticky toffee pudding, and apple strudel.
Available on Inside Outside via Prime Channels.
Paul Hollywood's City Bakes
Paul Hollywood travels to cities around the world to uncover their baking culture and heritage. From New York to Munich, the first season is available to own on Amazon, but the second season is not yet available to stream in the US.
Season one of Paul Hollywood's City Bakes is available to own on Amazon.
Gordon Ramsay may be well known for his colourful use of language, especially on Hell's Kitchen, but underneath that TV personality is a great chef and gentleman. He is the nicest judge on MasterChef Junior and a father of five. He began studying hotel management at technical college then went on to study French cuisine working under several renowned chefs. After becoming a head chef and winning his first Michelin star, he starred in the television show Boiling Point (Tubi) about transitioning to owning his own restaurant and then in 2004 he starred in Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares where he helped failing restaurants get back on their feet.
You can see the difference between his blunt American television persona by comparing the original UK Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares and the US version of the show. Spoiler alert: he's much nicer in the original, though still a touch prickly… but that's his charm, right? He wouldn't be Gordon Ramsay if he wasn't calling someone a “donut.”
Today, you could easily call his restaurants and television shows the Gordon Ramsay empire. He currently has around eighteen restaurants. In total, his restaurants have been awarded 16 Michelin stars.
Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery Course
If you want to see Gordon Ramsay's take on home cooking, check out this show. Each episode follows a different theme: Getting Started, Cooking with Chili / Spice, Food on a Budget, Real Fast Food, Baking, Slow Cooking, and more.
Gordon's Great Escape
Gordon's Great Escape (2010-11) is the precursor to Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (2019 – present). In Gordon's Great Escape season one, he travels to remote areas in India in search of the origins of his favourite dishes. In season two, he heads to Southeast Asia.
Gordon's Great Escape is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted
Produced by National Geographic, this globe-trekking show sees Ramsay visit remote locations where he learns to cook from indigenous peoples. Then, he and a local chef go head-to-head to see who made the best dishes. At it's core, this show demonstrates how Ramsay is still curious about food and keen to learn new skills.
Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted is streaming on Disney +.
Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch
Matilda, also known as Tilly, is Gordon's youngest daughter. This time, she's taking over the kitchen. The first episode sees the family leave the UK for southern California where Tilly cooks a celebratory meal. This fun, vibrant show is fun for foodies and fans of the rambunctious Ramsay family. It's also a great way to get teens excited about healthy eating.
Four seasons are streaming for free with ads on IMDbTV via Amazon Prime Channels.
The F Word
The F Word is hard to describe because it features so many different elements: celebrity guests, interviews, recipe challenges, stunts, taste tests, and more. It seems no topic is off limits. You'll just have to give it a taste and see if it's for you.
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares
This is the original UK version of his restaurant improvement show, so you'll see plenty of British and other European restaurants come back from the brink of disaster.
24 Hours to Hell and Back
After years of Kitchen Nightmares in the UK and the US and the similar show Hotel Hell, the pinnacle of this format is 24 Hours to Hell and Back where he turns a failing restaurant around in 24 hours. More often than not, the issues run deeper than the menu. Emotional wounds need healing, too. This show takes place in the US and because so many people recognise him, he often wears disguises when trying a restaurant's food for the first time.
Three seasons of 24 Hours to Hell and Back are streaming on Hulu.
Gordon Behind Bars
This mini series follows Ramsay as he tries to help a group of UK prisoners create a baking business to help give them usable skills and purpose. He must face many hurdles to help the prisoners succeed, from their own inner troubles to the stigma they face as prisoners.
Gordon Behind Bars is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Gordon Ramsay: Shark Bait
In this eye-opening documentary, Ramsay investigates the black market of shark fins. He uncovers how the fins are processed and used, the lore of shark fin soup, and even climbs aboard a boat to see the inhumane practices.
Warning: There are scenes of animal cruelty to sharks.
This 1-hour documentary is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Hairy Bikers Dave Myers and Si King are television chefs who often combine cooking instruction and travelogue formats. They have been cooking together for over twenty years and have many bestselling books.
Si King is from Newcastle and works as a First Assistant Director and Locations Manager – he even worked on the Harry Potter films. Dave Myers is from Barrow-in-Furness in North West England. Like Si, he also works in the film industry. He worked for the BBC as a prosthetic makeup artist; he worked on Prime Suspect and MI5/Spooks.
Dave and Si met on set and the rest is… delicious. Their knowledge of the film industry helped them partner-up and build a successful franchise of television shows, fifteen books, and merchandise. Their website hairybikers.com offers recipes, news, and more. If you're mostly interested in British food, check out their book The Hairy Bikers' British Classics.
Hairy Bikers Everyday Gourmets
If you want to eat gourmet style food but don't want to spend a ton of money, let the Hairy Bikers show you how. They start off by consulting with a 2 Michelin star restaurant to see how they stretch their budget.
Hairy Bikers Everyday Gourmets is streaming on BitBox.
The Hairy Bikers' – The Food Tour of Britain
In this series, Dave and Si ride their bikes around Britain. They start in Suffolk then head to Northern Ireland's lake district Fermanagh, along with Cheshire, Shropshire, Lincolnshire, Kent, and many more.
The Hairy Bikers' – The Food Tour of Britain is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Hairy Bikers' Bakeation
Dave and Si travel 5,000 miles sampling the best baking Europe has to offer and meeting expert bakers. They start in Norway, head to the Netherlands, then visit Germany, Eastern Europe, Vienna, Italy, and France.
Hairy Bikers' Bakeation is streaming on Britbox.
The Hairy Bikers' Christmas Party
In this 50-minute special, the Hairy Bikers make finger foods and entertain family, friends, and people they met on the road.
The Hairy Bikers' Christmas Party is streaming on BritBox.
The Hairy Dieters: How to Lose Weight and Love Food
Tag along with Dave and Si as they make their favourite recipes healthier, find ways to get active, and strive for good habits. They focus on lower-calorie meals with their method.
The Hairy Dieters: How to Lose Weight and Love Food is a 4-part series streaming on Amazon Prime.
Rachel Allen is an Irish chef who trained at Ballymaloe Cookery School. She worked at the Ballymaloe House Hotel and then as a caterer in Vancouver; she then returned to teach at Ballymaloe. Her first television show Rachel's Favourite Foods aired in 2004. One of the best ways to get to know a chef is through their food: check out her book Rachel's Irish Family Food.
Rachel's Coastal Cooking
Part-instruction, part-travelogue; Rachel Allen heads to the coasts of Ireland in this cooking show. In episode one, she catches lobster and cooks it on the shore. Seafood lovers will enjoy this series.
Rachel's Coastal Cooking is streaming on BritBox.
Rachel Allen Home Cooking
“Staying in is the new dining out” in this instructional show from Rachel Allen. She explores what real, highly-acclaimed chefs eat at home. It gives an eye-opening perspective on home cooking and how to eat well.
Rachel Allen Home Cooking is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Rachel Allen's Dinner Parties
If you want to throw the perfect party, be sure to check out Rachel Allen's Dinner Parties. In each episode, she helps a guest spice up their dinner party.
Rachel Allen's Dinner Parties is streaming for free with ads on Tubi.
Rachel Allen: Easy Meals
In this series, Rachel Allen helps viewers relax in the kitchen and make simple, delicious meals without much hassle. It's perfect for people who lead busy lives or have limited energy. She also explores different cultures like Indian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, and more.
Rachel Allen: Easy Meals is streaming on Amazon Prime.
Rachel Allen's Cake Diaries
Bakers will love this series all about cakes. Cakes for gifts, cakes for summer, cakes for romance, cakes for Christmas, and more. If you're a cake lover, you are sure to find new recipes to try.
Rachel Allen's Cake Diaries is streaming on Amazon Prime.
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