12 Musicians Who Have Cooking Shows

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While cooking and making music might seem like an unlikely pairing, quite a few musicians have been able to turn their love of working in the kitchen into a side career, adding hosting their own cooking shows to their resumes.

Among the more established musicians turned cooking show hosts are country superstar Trisha Yearwood, who has been hosting her own program on the Food Network for the better part of the last 10 years.

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Other musicians are eager to learn. This is the case for rapper and restauranteur Ludacris, whose awareness for his lack of cooking skills led him to host Luda Can’t Cook to, well, become Luda can cook. On his show, Ludacris enlists the help of master chefs to teach him tips and tricks in the kitchen. Selena Gomez‘s show, Selena + Chef, follows a similar premise, as viewers witness the singer and actress meet with chefs via video call so they can help her maximize her skills in the kitchen.

While most of these shows appeared on television networks — like Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart’s VH1 show Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party — a lot of musicians have taken advantage of streaming to share their favorite recipes. BTS‘ show, BTS Recipe is shared on YouTube, as was Adam Gardner‘s Quarantine Kitchen.

See some of the artists who have transferred their skills at entertaining to their own cooking shows.

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