Brooklyn Beckham Has a New Cooking Show, and I Plan to Tune in Every Week

published Dec 21, 2021
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Brooklyn Beckham attends The 2021 Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City.
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You weren’t the only one baking bread or attempting the latest TikTok food craze when lockdowns first hit. Even celebs headed to the kitchen for entertainment. And for Brooklyn Beckham — eldest son of former soccer player David Beckham and singer-turned-fashion designer Victoria Beckham — his pandemic project turned into a weekly cooking show, Cookin’ With Brooklyn

Unlike other celebrities taking to the kitchen to show off their cooking prowess for one-off shows, Brooklyn’s new show thankfully gives us eight episodes inspired by his favorite quarantine hobby: experimenting with recipes from around the world. With the first show recently debuting on December 15 on Messenger, new ones drop every Wednesday on Brooklyn’s Instagram and Facebook accounts.

“Quarantine hit, and I was cooking every day, just having fun with it,” he said in an interview with Vogue. “Since I was really young, I’ve been very lucky and been able to travel a lot, so I’ve really tried all different types of food from different places and different regions.”

During his first episode, Brooklyn visits Miami’s Blue Runner seafood truck and then tries his hand at cooking up a few mollusks (cute alert: complete with his lovable puppy draped over his shoulder) for his little brothers Romeo and Zach. Throughout the show’s run, there will be plenty of other taste-testing guest stars, such as celebrity friends 24kGoldn, Sebastián Yatra, Dr. Woo, LilHuddy, and Brooklyn’s fiancée, Nicola Peltz.

“I love making food for the people that I love and for the people I enjoy hanging out with,” he said in the show’s trailer.

The show features culinary inspirations from some of his favorite chefs (Nobu Matsuhisa, Nancy Silverton, and Roy Choi, to name a few). “This is my passion and I am so excited for you guys to see what I have been up to. Learning from these legends has been a dream come true of mine,” he writes on Instagram. 

You can also watch Cookin’ With Brooklyn by starting a video call on Messenger or swiping up to use the “Watch Together” feature, tapping the media button in the bottom right on Instagram, or watching the series on Facebook Watch.  

Check out the first episode of the new show below.