We make an airtight case for watching Food Network
SBS Staff

16 Nov 2015 - 12:46 PM  UPDATED 16 Nov 2015 - 2:21 PM

1. Everyone loves food

Food has the ability to make people happy and brings them together around the table (or the TV). Who wouldn’t want the option to watch all things food 24/7?


2. You get expert cooking advice from some of the world’s best chefs

You can’t beat that. Well, except maybe your mum’s advice, but this comes a close second. Learning the tips and tricks of the trade will improve your culinary repertoire and save you lots of time in the kitchen.


3. It’s free

Yes, really. And who doesn’t love free food?  There’s no need to spend your precious salary on a TV subscription because channel 33 is your free foodie heaven.


4. It’s the only way to spend your down-time

After a long day at the office or during some needed respite from the kids, sitting back and watching other people cook is the ultimate form of relaxation. It’s the perfect escape from the stresses of daily life.


5. It’ll help you become your own personal masterchef

You won’t need to resort to the takeaway menu any longer because you’ll be able to whip up delicious stir-fry’s and pastas at the drop of a hat, thanks to all that mentoring from the likes of Giada de Laurentiis and Reza Mahammad.