BBQ’ Will Hit Netflix Next Month

Adella Miesner

Netflix’s Chef’s Table is pretty much designed to make you weep over the beauty of food and also become very, VERY hungry in the process. And while that’s stayed pretty consistent over the seasons, something tells me this upcoming season will have you punching in a take-out order before you […]

Netflix’s Chef’s Table is pretty much designed to make you weep over the beauty of food and also become very, VERY hungry in the process. And while that’s stayed pretty consistent over the seasons, something tells me this upcoming season will have you punching in a take-out order before you even finish the opening credits.

Next month, the show will release a new season called Chef’s Table: BBQ focusing on just some of the myriad of barbecue styles and chefs that make this particular cuisine so great. They’ll follow barbecue masters from the U.S., Australia, and Mexico, all of whom bring a unique twist to the cooking style and are well-known in their communities (and the food world generally) for their innovation and ability to bring people together over barbecue.

Some of those chefs and pitmasters featured will be award-winning pitmaster Tootsie Tomanetz of Austin’s Snow’s BBQ, Australian chef Lennox Hastie who has a passion for cooking everything over fire, James Beard Award winner pitmaster Rodney Scott of Charleston, SC, and chef Rosalia Chay Chuc, who is an expert on traditional Mayan cooking, specifically the pork dish cochinita pibil.

You can watch the trailer above to get a feel for all the wonderful food and people the show will bring you before inevitably binging it all on September 2. Just be sure to put in a pickup order for some barbecue before you start watching…and try not to get any sauce on your remote.

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