If you're anything like us, the holiday season taps into your need for the best food travel shows television has to offer. Are you looking to binge a show you've never seen before? Add Screener's Bingeworthy list to your viewing plans and get ready to live out your staycation in the best possible way.

Every day, it seems that streaming options become more and more expansive. But luckily for us, there are some delectable travel shows available on multiple platforms for your enjoyment. Not only can you live vicariously through the celebrity chef on screen, you can do so without ever changing out of your comfy pants.

For all intents and purposes, these four shows are some of the tastiest binges you'll find out there. Whether you're trying to find some quiet time away from family or are settling in for that inevitable food coma, let these shows be the cure for what ails you.

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'Chef's Table'

  • Time commitment: 3 Seasons, 16 episodes = 14 hours
  • Why it's worth your time: The documentary series changed the game for food tv shows. Not only does the show delve into the lives and stories of some the world's most renowned chefs, each episode presents some epic food porn shots for the ages.
  • You’ll love this show if you liked: "No Reservations" and "Mind of a Chef."
  • You might not like this show if: You'd prefer to pay attention to the food sitting in front of you.
  • Short on time? Sink your teeth into: "Chef's Table: France," Episode 3
  • Where to binge it: Netflix

'Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown'

  • Time commitment: 6 Seasons, 48 episodes = 1 day, 9 hours
  • Why it's worth your time: For the past 15 years, Anthony Bourdain has set the standard for the informative food show formula. Equal parts travel series, food program and news show, CNN's "Parts Unknown" cemented Bourdain's status as the king of the food travel genre.
  • You’ll love this show if you liked: "No Reservations" and "The Layover."
  • You might not like this show if: you're a Guy Fieri fan.
  • Short on time? Sink your teeth into: Season 6, Episode 2 "Marseilles, France"
  • Where to binge it: Netflix

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'Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse'

  • Time commitment: 1 Season, 6 episodes = 3 hours
  • Why it's worth your time: Emeril Lagasse hopped on the celebrity chef trend early -- "Bam!"-ing his way into viewers' hearts in the '90s -- and honestly, "Eat the World" is a long time coming. While some may view his series as similar to Bourdain's work, Lagasse uses his infectious curiosity and culinary knowledge to his advantage. The result is a show brimming with his sense of authentic joy and passion for food.
  • You’ll love this show if you liked: "Emeril Live" and "The Taste."
  • You might not like this show if: Catchphrases aren't your thing.
  • Short on time? Sink your teeth into: Season 1, Episode 1 "The New Nordic"
  • Where to binge it: Amazon

'Cooked'

  • Time commitment: 1 Season, 4 episodes = 4 hours
  • Why it's worth your time: Michael Pollan is well-known in the world of food writers and "Cooked" is his first foray into television. The four-part docu-series walks us through his own rediscovery of the joys of cooking while exploring the world's cultures and how food ultimately affects and reflects the evolution of human nature.
  • You’ll love this show if you liked: "Good Eats" and "Jiro Dreams of Sushi."
  • You might not like this show if:  Educational television is not your cup of tea.
  • Short on time? Sink your teeth into: Episode 1, "Fire"
  • Where to binge it: Netflix
Posted by:Aaron Pruner

When he was a child, Aaron memorized the entire television lineup, just for fun. He once played Charlize Theron’s boyfriend in a Japanese car commercial. Aaron’s a lover of burritos and a hater of clowns. TV words to live by: "Strippers do nothing for me, but I will take a free breakfast buffet any time, any place."