What is that tucked away in the back of your fridge? Is it last night’s take out. Do you just heat it up or eat cold? Unapplying There might be just a new meal that you can make from it. Don’t believe me? That is ok. These cooks on Best Leftovers Ever! on Netflix will show you how.
Laughter makes your day better. However, the it seems like there is no new funny programs on Tv. So, I went out to find a new show that was funny to watch. I searched the web and came across a little gem.
We all have items that we cherish. They can be treasures that are family heirlooms or found precious gems. However, sometimes life takes a beating on these objects. Despite our attempts to care, time is unkind and leaves them damaged. That is when these specialists step in.
With travel on pause across the world, I have decided to try to explore the world via my comfy couch. I decided to watch different documentary series. Recently, it has been all about the food in the documentaries I have been watching. I love unique foods that come into our lives through various means. It is fun to question how did we start eating that weird shaped fruit, and who figured out how to grow it. I really got into Flavorful Origins on Netflix.
The Pack was recently released with it’s first season onto Amazon Prime, and I watched the entire season. If you are unfamiliar with The Pack, it is a travel competition show, but instead of teams of people, it is a team of dogs and humans.
I love baked goods. The sweet ones and the savory ones. You can never go wrong when your creation comes from the oven.
I love the holidays. The seasonal flavors. The celebrations. The gifts. What is not to love?
I also love The Great British Baking Show. It is one of my favorite shows.
So combine all those elements together and you get The Great British Baking Show: Holiday Edition, which you can binge on Netflix.
I love a good detective story. It is all about putting the pieces into place and justice being found for the victims. Last year, I reviewed the Cold Case Files that were updated on Netflix. This year, the classic has been added to Netflix.
Need a pick me up? How about a laugh? How about a show that is relatable and dysfunctional examples of family? Then, I might suggest the Netflix series, Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father.
am sure that many are aware of drag queens through programs like RuPaul’s Drag Race. However, another drag show has truly proven to contain almost every walk of life found under the LGBTQ+ banner. This show is Dragula, which can be found on Netflix. It is about celebrating the more unusual and extreme drag through grueling competition that are often the things of nightmare. At the end of the series, they crown one drag winner.
Ratched emerged into Netflix with a bang. The show is adapted from the novel, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Ratched focuses on the development of the character of Nurse Ratched. She was a nurse that becomes more twisted and twisted until she becomes the monster to her patients.