6 Shows On Crave That Will Make You SO Hungry
You'll definitely want a snack for these.
Just when we thought we couldn't last another night of eating in, Crave has come to the rescue. The streaming service is known for giving us those obsession-worthy HBO dramas. However, you'll also find tons of food shows on Crave that'll have you wandering to the fridge without even realizing it.
If you're anything like us, it's not hard to win you over when it comes to. You won't be able to resist the urge to channel your inner Salt Bae when you attempt to re-create the dishes on these shows.
From food truck delights to gourmet meals you can whip up in 30 minutes, these shows will take you on a culinary world tour from your couch.
To make things even more appealing,before you have to commit to a payment plan. So if money is tight for you, this will save you a decent chunk of change.
Prices range from $9.99 to $19.98 per month if you decide to continue your Crave journey.
So grab a snack, sit back, and let these shows work up your appetite.
F*ck, That's Delicious
Rating: 8/10 on IMDb
F*ck, That's Delicious follows rapper Action Bronson and friend Mayhem Lauren as they share their adventurous relationship with food. Each episode focuses on the history, preparation, and eating of unique meals.
The Urban Vegetarian
Rating: 5.1/10 on IMDb
This show centres on giving people ideas on how to be vegetarian, while still keeping their meals healthy, and more importantly, delicious.
The Latin Kitchen
Three Latin chefs give viewers an exclusive look at what happens in the kitchen when they make some of the most delicious cultural dishes we've ever seen.
Munchies Guide To
Rating: 7.2/10 on IMDb
Munchies Guide To takes their viewers to some of the "most exciting" places to eat. They also uncover "underrated food destinations" around the world and put them on the map.
Renowned celebrity chef Michael Bonacini takes his superb abilities to his own show, where he demonstrates how to make mouth-watering Italian dishes.
Spencer's Big 30
Host and chef Spencer Watts shares his tips and tricks for making food for four in just 30 minutes. He shows that cooking a dinner made up of fresh food is doable no matter how busy life gets.