5 Best cooking shows to watch on Netflix this November

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Are you a fan of cooking reality shows or documentaries? If yes, you have come to the right place. Here, we will be listing down 5 cooking shows to watch on Netflix this November. With the content improving every day and every genre getting better with shows, series, and movies, Netflix is bringing up cool stuff to binge-watch throughout the month. As we see the winter approaching, it is time to watch some steamy hot cooking and baking shows on Netflix.

With these shows, you can explore new recipes and check out some professional and budding chefs around the globe. Are you ready to dive into the list of 5 cooking shows to watch on Netflix this November? If yes, keep scrolling.

Drink Masters


Released in late October, Drink Masters is a show where world-class mixologists showcase their dazzling cocktail-crafting skills as they compete for a $100K prize. The one who wins gets the title of the Ultimate Drink Master. This show consists of ten short episodes created by Tim Warren and Matthew Hornburg. While nobody ever thought to make a show about drinks, Netflix did it. With a number of theme-based challenges, the show slowly whittles the contestants. With the host Tone Bell, you will get to watch the show judged by Frankie Solarik and Julie Reiner. The show Drink Masters features wildly expensive drinks made by skilled mixologists. The show is worth checking out for at least an episode. If you crave more, you can definitely go ahead.

Easy Bake Battle: The Home Cooking Competition


This new cooking competition show is hosted by Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski. Is this a nostalgic name? The show has competitors whipping up quick-and-easy staples. They try cooking and meeting all targets while utilizing a favorite childhood toy: Hasbro’s Easy-Bake Oven. This show also came up in October 2022 and consisted of eight episodes where talented home cooks put their skills and creativity to the test making fast and easy dishes that are wildly delicious and worthy of a big cash prize. Watch the show to get an idea about how much power the little oven holds.

Snack vs. Chef


After mentioning a show about drinks, it’s time for a snack show. In this show, twelve chefs are set to face off in a snack showdown where they re-create snacks in a knockout-style competition where the last chef standing will win the $50,000 prize. The show will be released on November 30, 2022. The show will be hosted by comedians Megan Stalter and Hari Kondabolu. To watch this outstanding show, you will have to wait till the end of November.

The Great British Baking Show: Holidays (Season 5)


One of the most popular culinary shows, The Great British Baking Show, will be coming with a separate holiday-themed mini-season this November. So, be ready to dive into the holiday mood with some amazing chefs on Netflix. The show will come up with two Christmas-themed episodes that see bakers compete to win the top prize. While you wait for the special theme episodes, you must not miss the streaming episodes on Netflix. So, head up to your screen and plan to binge-watch The Great British Baking Show: Holidays Season 5 with your family or friends. Hit the couch with some delicious dishes and enjoy the show.

Chef’s Table: Pizza


After dedicating full seasons to pastry, barbecue, and France, Chef’s Table chose to focus on Pizza for this season. With outstanding cinematography and unique creation, this season features six pizzaiolos, including American pizza legend Chris Bianco, Rome’s pizza al taglio pioneer Gabriele Bonci, and James Beard Award-winning Ann Kimm, of Minneapolis’s Young Joni. Watch the wonderful series to get some gossip about dough and flour, adding some amazing seasoning to the month of November.

These were some cooking shows to watch on Netflix this November. Apart from the above-mentioned shows and series, you can watch some more like Booba: Food Puzzle, Street Food: Asia, Iron Chef, Is It Cake?, The Final Table, Bake Squad, Best Leftovers Ever, Nailed It!, Sugar Rush, Baking Impossible, Somebody Feed Phil, School of Chocolate, and Waffle + Mochi’s. These are some suggestions from the Food Shows genre on Netflix. After all, it is all about traveling, tasting, baking and making.