Quick Look: Serious Eats is a website and blog for "foodies" that has been awarded James Beard Foundation awards for Best Food Blog and Best Video Webcast. While the website is a treasure trove of recipes, feature articles, and techniques, the Serious Eats Roku channel is a big disappointment. There is a meager selection of 15 short videos that add up to a total of about one-half hour of viewing time. In addition to five videos with instructions for making classic cocktails, you'll find several technique videos, such as "The Right Way to Warm Corn Tortilla" and "How to Carmelize Onions in Fifteen Minutes."
Those who want to watch Serious Eats videos would be better served by subscribing to the Serious Eats YouTube channel and use the YouTube Roku channel to access a much larger video library.
A trailer for The Food Lab, a video series from Serious Eats, can be viewed below.
-- Information is current as of August 26, 2016
Developer's Channel Description: The world’s most trusted authority on deliciousness. Millions of passionate, discerning, curious, and very hungry people come to Serious Eats in search of definitive recipes, hard-core food science, trailblazing techniques, and innovative guides to essential food and drink anywhere and everywhere. We bring a democratic yet scientific approach to cooking the best dishes, busting food myths, and delivering strong opinions on what you should eat next, where, when, and why.
CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Food
DEVELOPER: Future Today Inc