Here’s why you should give Hulu’s Britain’s Best Home Cook a watch
Have you ever watched The Great British Baking Show? Do you remember in the early seasons when Mary Berry was one of the judges? If you were a fan of the show or Berry, then you’ll want to give Britain’s Best Home Cook on Hulu a watch.
Often times when we think of cooking shows, our first thought is Food Network or even the Cooking Channel. And thanks to Gordon Ramsey, Fox is another channel that comes to mind. However, Netflix and Hulu are also a great source of cooking content.
While searching for something new to watch, I stumbled across the cooking competition, Britain’s Best Home Cook on Hulu. I was sold when I realized that Mary Berry would be one of the judges. And then I started watching, and I was hooked.
Hulu delivers cooking competition gold with Britain’s Best Home Cook
As a fan of The Great British Baking Show/Bake Off, I was hooked on the idea of an assortment of British home cooks coming together to compete against each other. Much like the Bake Off, Best Home Cook has our contestants competing in multiple rounds, with an elimination at the end of every episode. And getting to know each of the cooks in some small way certainly adds to the enjoyment factor of the series.
If you are looking for a new cooking competition to binge watch, and you’ve already gone through everything over on Netflix, you’ll definitely want to hit up Hulu and their cooking section. Not only will you get the magic of Best Home Cook, but there are other shows as well!
Honestly, if you are looking for a tasty series to sink your teeth in, you’ll definitely want to give Britain’s Best Home Cook on Hulu a watch now. (And with two seasons streaming right now, you definitely have plenty of episodes to watch during your next binge watching session.)
Have you watched Best Home Cook on Hulu yet? If yes, what did you think? If not, will you be watching next? Tell us what you think in the comments.