Cook­ing Panda

Mouth­wa­ter­ing recipes, not TV din­ners

Mac|Life - - HOME LIFE - J.R. Book­wal­ter

The liv­ing room might not seem like the best place to pick up new culi­nary skills, but Cook­ing Panda is de­signed to do just that. Fea­tur­ing mouth­wa­ter­ing recipes in su­per-crisp HD, orig­i­nal se­ries with celebrity chefs, and step-by-step cook­ing classes, you may never need a cook­book again.

With cat­e­gories like Sugar Rush and Sen­sa­tional Starters, there’s al­ways some­thing worth see­ing. Shows in­clude Ev­ery­day El­e­vated with MasterChef Sharone Hak­man that help trans­form ev­ery­day foods into healthy meals, and South­ern Nights with Whit­ney Miller, which looks at South­ern com­fort food.

Ev­ery­thing here cer­tainly looks tasty and easy to make — and will help ban­ish the din­ner­time doldrums. We prob­a­bly shouldn’t have to say this, but there are no classes on cook­ing real-life pan­das to be found here.

Cook­ing Panda is packed with de­li­cious recipes. Watch­ing it is a tasty treat too.

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