A cold weekend demands cozy plans, and we have the recipe for you. Catch up on some Netflix and enjoy our tastiest snack recipes. Read on for 5 irresistible Netflix shows and the snacks we recommend to pair with them.
Mushrooms are Truly Magical
Watch The Magic of Mushrooms, a British documentary about the fascinating world of fungi while nibbling on our crispy mushroom triangles. This simple recipe for mushroom-stuffed pastry with herbed crème fraîche inside and a black truffle butter glaze is a party favorite, and perfect for weekend snacking.
Voulez-Vous Manger Avec Moi?
Watch a few episodes of Chef’s Table: France and you’ll want to eat all things French. We can help with that! Make our chestnut hot chocolate for a decadent treat and cheer up a cold winter’s evening. This hot chocolate is not the sad powdered stuff of American childhood, instead, it’s similar to European-style hot chocolate – thick, rich and just sweet enough.
Get to Baking with the Brits
If you haven’t fallen under the spell of The Great British Baking Show yet, this could be your weekend. And we hope you will enjoy our easy-to-make scones, packed with flavor from applewood smoked bacon, sharp cheddar cheese, and fresh chives. How British!
Give In to the Tidal Wave of Tidying Up
In case you’ve been under a rock – or at the gym – all month, Marie Kondo’s new show on Netflix has been inspiring people to get organized in the new year. Tidying Up with Marie Kondo is too much to resist, so make our addictive truffle butter popcorn and binge watch the series. You might even take on a pantry or refrigerator reorganization afterward. Does that old ketchup bottle spark joy?
All of the Flavor
Join chef David Chang in Ugly Delicious and explore food with writers, activists, fellow chefs, and artists around the world. You’ll definitely crave something if you watch this show, so be ready with our easy-to-make bacon jam, a sweet & salty condiment that’s excellent on burgers, sandwiches, charcuterie and cheese boards, or just slathered on toasted bread.
What are your weekend food plans? Are there any food shows you love that we should watch?
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