There have been days where I've dreamed of inviting Chrissy Teigen into my home to teach me how to make her spaghetti cacio e pepe or internet-famous banana bread in person. Thanks to Hulu, now we can all welcome the Hungry%20For%20More<%2Fstrong>-369830?url_pos=body-url&p_name=%3Cstrong%3EHungry%20For%20More%3C%2Fstrong%3E&retailer=amazon.com&evar1=yum%3Aus&evar3=article%3Agallery-one&evar9=46095809&evar98=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.popsugar.com%2Ffood%2FChrissy-Teigen-Hulu-Cooking-Show-Details-46095809&list1=tv%2Ccelebrity%20chefs%2Cfood%20news%2Chulu%2Cchrissy%20teigen%2Ctrending%20topics&prop13=desktop&page_name=yum%3Aus%3Aarticle%3Achrissy-teigen-hulu-cooking-show-details-46095809&pdata=19473308">Hungry For More author and her cooking words of wisdom into our living rooms to learn a little something about putting together an absolutely delicious meal. "We can handle the heat, so we're heading into the kitchen. We're cooking up a brand new show with David Chang and Chrissy Teigen," Hulu announced in a Tweet on Wednesday — and I'm hungry just thinking about it.
The show, tentatively called Family Style, will likely focus on large family meals and recipes passed down through generations. With a title like that, we have our fingers crossed that Chrissy's mom shows up in a few episodes to share a few recipes of her own. Chrissy's Suit & Thai Productions have created a multiyear partnership with David Chang's Majordomo Media and Vox Media Studios via Hulu, so this is just the first in what is hopefully a long line of shows for foodies — and we can't wait to see Chrissy star in every single one.
More details about when the show will air and what kind of programming we can expect have yet to be released. But if Chrissy's past recipes are anything to go by, then we know we'll be craving more.