SALT LAKE CITY — So you’ve devoured the Food Network, savored “The Great British Baking Show” and perhaps even gobbled up “Nailed It.” Still hungry for more cooking and baking shows? Here are some unique food streaming series you might not have heard of before.
‘Britain’s Best Home Cook’
Fans of “The Great British Baking Show” will love this friendly British competition between home cooks, judged by Mary Berry herself. “Britain’s Best Home Cook” is available on Hulu.
‘Nadiya’s Time to Eat’
Nadiya Hussain, a winner of “The Great British Baking Show,” gives tips and recipes to help home cooks save time in the kitchen, and learns how some of her favorite ingredients are made.
“Nadiya’s Time to Eat” is available on Netflix.
‘Dinner Takes All’
Enjoy a cooking competition and game show rolled into one, hosted by celebrity chef Kelsey Nixon. In this BYUtv series, families race against the clock to make their best meals for the judges while playing food-themed games in hopes of winning a $10,000 grand prize.
“Dinner Takes All” is available to stream online at BYUtv.org.
‘The Chefs’ Line’
See whether home cooks can out-cook professional chefs as they go head-to-head to create classic dishes from a variety of cuisines throughout the world. Then follow host Maeve O’Meara on a tour of the chefs’ restaurants.
“The Chefs’ Line” is available on Netflix.
‘The Final Table’
Chefs from across the globe create international dishes, competing for a spot at the final table alongside nine culinary legends.
“The Final Table” is available on Netflix.
‘Somebody Feed Phil’
Follow quirky host Philip Rosenthal, the creator of “Everybody Loves Raymond,” on his journey around the world to try the best foods each destination has to offer.
“Somebody Feed Phil” is available on Netflix.
‘Zumbo’s Just Desserts’
Watch bakers create some mind-blowing desserts in Australian chef Adriano Zumbo’s fantastical dessert factory as they compete to win a $100,000 grand prize and the chance to have one of their desserts featured in Zumbo’s stores.
“Zumbo’s Just Desserts” is available on Netflix.
Baking teams compete in themed challenges, hurrying through cupcake and confection rounds to save up extra time for a final cake round, where the winners receive $10,000.
“Sugar Rush” is available on Netflix.
Watch professional bakers compete to design and create the perfect wedding cake for an engaged couple and win a $5,000 prize on this series hosted by actress Caroline Rhea.
“Cake Walk” is available on Amazon Prime Video.
‘The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell’
This spooky DIY series has a quirky storyline with puppets, but also features some ornate and impressive Halloween-themed desserts and crafts.
“The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell” is available on Netflix.