By Lynn Kuehner
Watching TV can be so much more than lazy lying on your couch and staring at the screen passively. You can get a lot of inspiration and knowledge for and about your kitchen routines! We checked this week’s TV programme and collected the Top 3 food shows for you!
1.Eat well for less
Do you feel like you’re spending too much money on food that is not worth it because it’s unhealthy or of bad quality? You’re not the only one! The presenters Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin visit families in the UK and show them how to shop cleverly, save money and in the mean time improve the health-level of your cooking! This Sunday, they are at the Parson’s house in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, where both working mum Clare and dad Richard try to create a proper meal plan for themselves and their two kids. The show provides a lot of surprising facts and faults about our cooking routines…
When? Sunday, 15:00
Where? BBC 1
2. The Taste of Success
The four remaining contestants battle it out in the semi-final, presenting their honed food products and competing to win a 100,000 euro prize and see their item on supermarket shelves of Lidl. This year presenter Dáithí Ó Sé is going to examine the products carefully and the the Lidl judging panel made their first appearance last week. It’s going to be nerve-racking and highly delicious!
When? Tuesday, 20:30
3. The Great British Bake Off: The Class of 2014
Remember the 3D biscuit construction by Luis Troyano and Nancy Birtwhistle’s victory in 2014? And the moment when Iain Watters’ threw his unusable baked Alaska in the bin?
If not, you should turn on your TV for this look back at series five’s most momentous events! All the participants are going to speak about their time in the tent, and share with the audience what they have been up to since the competition ended.
When? Thursday, 8:15
Where? BBC 2