The best of Tastemade, all in one great app: All the food, home and travel TV content you want.
From groundbreaking originals to classic series and documentaries.
"Broken Bread" - Broken Bread showcases inspiring people who are making a difference in their communities through food. Restaurant entrepreneur, social activist and acclaimed chef Roy Choi takes viewers on a journey through his hometown, the city of Los Angeles, exploring complex social justice issues while meeting inspiring individuals and organizations who use food as a platform for activism as well as a catalyst for change.
"Basic VS Baller" ~ Whether you're pinching pennies or rolling in dough, there are many ways to travel. Join the Vagabrothers as they cross the globe and experience popular travel destinations, each on vastly different budgets.
"Struggle Meals' ~ The struggle is real, but it doesn't mean your food has to suffer. Chef Frankie Celenza shows you how to make delicious meals for under $2 a plate.
"Bondi Harvest Grand Opening" ~ Australian host Guy Turland travels to Southern California to turn an old cafe into a local hangout.
"All the Pizza" ~ Italian host Carlo, a self-described pizza addict, shares his extreme love of pizza.
"The Tale of Kitto Katto" ~ Explore Japanese cuisine with Tastemaker Emmy Cho as she eats her way across Japan.
"Cookie the News" ~ Today's top headlines artfully told in cookie format.
"Tiny Kitchen" ~ Tiny food prepared in a tiny kitchen.
"Local Flight" ~ Host Shawn Thomas travels the world meeting cutting edge mixologists and challenging them to create amazing cocktails using local ingredients.
"The Grill Iron" ~ Explore tailgating traditions in college football's most impassioned cities. Watch local chefs create epic tailgate meals inspired by local food culture.
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Ratings and Reviews
I’ve been using this app for a couple of weeks now and all my friends think that I’m an amazing chef..... I’m the opposite of amazing chef but this app lets me cook delicious food that anyone can easily make! I’m not one to write reviews on apps but man I use this one daily, I even check it more than Instagram/Snapchat to get more ideas for cheap recipes i can make at home. Thanks tastemate you really live up to your expectations, which is really hard to come by now a days.
Gets worst with every update.
I have been a subscriber of Tastemade from the very beginning, although the content has gotten better the app has become more unstable with every update. With this new update I was logged out of my account, the app
would not accept my email address or password, so I had to create a new account. The search results are a hit or miss, putting in a term like “meatballs” brings up no results, but “chicken” will bring up results even if chicken or chicken stock isn’t an ingredient, this has been a constant issue. I have sense lost all recipes I have saved, which is about a years worth. They have also changed the app into this streaming service, so now instead of recipes there are half hour to one hour long episodes. Whoever made this decision was stupid because they are literally forgetting about what made tastemade so popular. I have no issue with paying its only
1.99 a month (grandfathered price) but tasty is free, bon Appétit has better recipes, and content, and there are a host of other bloggers and websites out there as well. I’m done with Tastemade. Unless you have the grandfathered price don’t waste your time with this one.
When I first found Tastemade, I was in love with the recipes, chefs and format of the app. But like many others, I became increasingly disappointed in the amount of content that Tastemade labeled as premium or “plus” content over time. Videos that were once free to watch now have a stipulation of five videos or so before you are prompted to pay for Tastemade Plus which tbh is a complete waste of money. The recipes are great but they aren’t anything special and Tastemade isn’t the only app or website that offers recipes. I don’t see a need to pay for this app when apps like Tasty are free and offer a variety of recipes similar to if not better than those found on Tastemade. The constant push for users to pay for content is a complete turnoff and I’ve since deleted the app and just turn to other recipe sites and apps that don’t require a subscription for no particular reason. 🤷🏽♀️
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