Bon Appétit Launches Free Streaming Service With Original Culinary Shows
Bon Appétit, the food magazine published by Condé Nast, has launched a free streaming service to bring their original shows to connected devices. The service brings much of the streaming content that was available on their website and social channels to your television, as well as new original shows.
It’s Alive: Goin’ Places: Features Brad Leone visiting a different culinary destination to learn about the culture, specialties, and tastes of the region. In season 1, Brad travels to central Texas.
Bon Appétit Baking School: Launching in March, Pastry chef Claire Saffitz brings her relatable and fun style to tackles everything from indispensable ingredients to tricky techniques for making the world’s most popular baked goods.
Making Perfect: Launching in April, the entire Bon Appétit Test Kitchen works together in this ensemble-led show to figure out how to make the perfect version of iconic dishes through a mix of in-kitchen testing, expert wrangling, and out-in-the-world exploring. This season will focus on pizza with each of the five episodes hosted by different Bon Appétit personalities.
In addition to the new original shows, the Bon Appétit channel will also feature all 24 episodes of The Naked Chef series with Jamie Oliver, as well as episodes from their already popular digital series. This includes It’s Alive, which features fan-favorite chef Brad Leone as he experiments with various fermentation projects; Gourmet Makes, with pastry chef Claire Saffitz attempting to recreate our favorite childhood junk food; and Back to Back Chef, where celebrities try to keep up with Carla Lalli Music in the test kitchen.