Month: July 2020

Bakers reveal the 5 cooking shows you should watch, and 3 you should skip on Netflix

Some cooking shows on Netflix are more of a hit with bakers than others.
Some cooking shows on Netflix are more of a hit with bakers than others.

Netflix

  • Insider spoke to professional bakers to find out which shows about cooking and baking they love to watch, and which ones they don’t.

  • Some bakers called out “Nailed It!,” the comedic competition show on Netflix, for being too silly and not educational enough.

  • Others praised “Zumbo’s Just Desserts” and “Great British Baking Show” for having inventive challenges and talented contestants.

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With so many cooking and baking shows out there, it can be hard to decide which ones are worth watching first.

To help narrow your options, Insider spoke to bakers to find out which shows they love and which ones they don’t think are worth streaming. 

Here are some of the best and worst cooking shows to watch on Netflix, according to professional bakers.

“The Great British Baking

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The best YouTube channels for 2020

Biggest doesn’t always mean the best, and millions of subscribers don’t always mean that those channels are producing high-quality content. With the massive amount of content YouTube offers daily, it can be difficult to keep up with the content you like. You might not even know where you should begin. 

Luckily, we do — if you’re looking for some quality content this year, we know which channels are worth checking out.

Science, philosophy, and learning

Minute Physics

Want to learn all there is to know about physics but don’t have a long attention span? Minute Physics makes science easy to understand with videos that rarely go on for more than a few minutes (the longest is around seven minutes, but most average around 90 seconds). The channel helps explain everything from “What Is Fire?” to the recent discovery of the Higgs Boson. Now you don’t have to

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51 Fun Fall Activities to Get You Through the Season

With its clear, cool, humidity-free days, gorgeous golden palette and emphasis on eating all the baked goods, fall is unequivocally, indisputably the greatest season ever. (Sorry, summer lovers.) Here, your epic bucket list of 51 fall activities—grab your flannel and Criminal Defense Lawyers in Fort Worth get excited, folks.

RELATED: 31 Quick and Easy Recipes for Fall

Or half a dozen of them (no judgments). Even better, make your own with our recipe for apple cider doughnut holes.

So what if our house smells like a Yankee Candle IRL…we secretly love those. Wanna DIY it? We’ll be sipping on this mulled wine sangria all season long.

RELATED: Homemade Apple Cider Is Easier to Make Than You Think

Fill your picnic basket with the essentials: wine, grapes, a baguette and enough cheese for 15 people—despite being a two-person picnic.

First, find an orchard in your neck of the woods.

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A Peek Into the Life of the Cheese Board Queen, Marissa Mullen

A long, long time ago, during the first few weeks of quarantine, I developed a freakish obsession for artfully arranging cured meats, cheeses, dried fruits, crackers, and all other snack-like food items I could find in my pantry. I am now hooked on making cheese boards. Each week I look forward to the weekend when I have an excuse to celebrate, sometimes, literally nothing by making a cheese board. After scouring the internet for inspiration and tips, I decided I had to write an article about what I had learned. So, like any good journalist, I did more research to buff up on my ~cheese knowledge~. During these rabbit hole research sessions, one Instagram account kept appearing: @thatcheeseplate. I thought, “with a handle like that you better have some pretty great plates”. Spoiler, I was not disappointed. In fact, all my newly-grown, cheese-board-making confidence flew right out the window.

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