Did you know that there’s a Bon Appétit live TV channel? If you like the videos you see on our sites, we’ve got even more Bon Appétit—and Epicurious—for you on select streaming platforms on your TV—24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Binge original shows and indulge in even more episodes all for free.
- Vizio: Channel #525
- SamsungTV: Channel #1202
- Roku: Channel #453
For more Bon Appétit channel information on each device, search for Bon Appétit in your channel guide on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Vizio SmartTV, SamsungTV, Vizio, SlingTV, and The Roku Channel.
There’s also a Bon Appétit app—your one-stop shop for the best of Bon Appétit on your TV. Simply download the app on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Vizio SmartTV, or stream on SamsungTV, Vizio, and the Roku Channel.
Download the App:
- Visit your preferred streaming device’s Appstore
- In the search bar, type “Bon Appetit” (don’t worry about the accent!)
- Click install and download to your TV for free
- Watch the live channel!
Here’s what to watch:
Andre Mack’s World of Wine
Master sommelier Andre Mack puts his expertise to the test in this series, where he tackles everything from how to identify good inexpensive bottles to suggestions on pairing the right wine with french fries. Andre’s mission is to make the world of wine accessible to everyone and get more people to enjoy wine.
Bon Appétit and host Lucas Sin—the talented chef who opened some of New York City’s most beloved Chinese restaurants—share unprecedented access to the world’s best street food in this series. Watch as Lucas visits vendors, food stands, and more to showcase the incredible techniques, ingredients, and skills needed to make the world’s greatest street food.
Bon Appétit host and test kitchen director Chris Morocco is challenged to recreate an iconic dish while blindfolded using only his sense of smell, touch, and taste. That’s right: At no point will he be able to see the dish he’s tasked with remaking.
From the Test Kitchen
Bon Appétit staff and friends demo their latest recipes, inspiring, delighting, and educating viewers of all skill levels with tips, tricks, and and must-know cooking techniques.
In this Epicurious series we challenge cooks of three different levels—amateur, home cook, and professional chef—to make their versions of a classic dish. After the dishes are complete, a food scientist (the fourth level) reviews each cook’s work and breaks down each dish in detail.
Learn from experts selected by Epicurious as they share the best tools, techniques, and methods used to master key culinary skills. From how to chop every vegetable to how to mix every cocktail, you’ll be sure to tackle your next cooking adventure like a pro.
In this series from Epicurious, a kitchenware design expert tests various cooking gadgets and rates them across various criteria, including effectiveness, ease, safety, and quality. Find out which tools are must-haves—and which ones you can leave behind.