Cooking at home has recently surged in popularity when compared to figures before lockdown. According to a survey from Tesco, not only are more than 20% of Brits now cooking every meal from scratch, two-fifths enjoy cooking more now than they did before.
I’ve always been interested in cooking and exploring new recipes. I had become a bit stuck in a rut though. This is particularly true when I’m tired and busy (a lot with two jobs and a three year old, haha!).
Introducing Planet Eat
When Planet Eat got in touch to see if I’d like to explore their new foodie channel, it sounded the ideal way to break my cycle. Planet Eat brings together a world of food video content. From professional masterclasses, to tasty, easy to follow recipes, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
I love that there are also tonnes of practical video guides too, on a wide range of topics such as food photography. There is a how to review a restaurant and an introduction to food publishing. So as well as the yummy recipes, there are tonnes of handy resources too. It is easy to lose a whole evening on there 🙂
It is £3.99 a month to subscribe, which is just above the price of a takeaway coffee. When you look at it like that, it is fairly priced. The production values of the channel are high and the wide variety of content makes it a super useful tool for all foodies out there. There is currently a 30 day free trial, so grab that and you can start exploring without spending a penny.
I’m really enjoying Planet Eat and I’m sure you will too!