Here's How You Can Watch Every Season Of Giada At Home

Giada De Laurentiis is one of our favorite celebrity chefs on Food Network. Her show, Giada at Home, first appeared on screens in our living rooms and kitchens in 2008, and we've been feasting on her Italian recipes served California style ever since. Per Delish, it might surprise you to learn that the Italian-born cook did not studying cooking in college. She actually studied anthropology before embarking on her study of food in Paris at Le Cordon Bleu. 

We are so grateful she did, because we love the creativity and relaxed approach De Laurentiis takes when it comes to cooking and entertaining. Some of her most memorable episodes include when she had a little lunch party for her daughter's music class and had sweet little wooden instruments at each place setting. And what about the time she made Jade's breakfast bread pudding, also known as BBP? That's the same episode where she showed us how to make her crunchy and sweet hazelnut brittle, along with the ravioli dish made with crispy fig and Gorgonzola (via Meta Critic). Do we have you salivating yet? If we do, and you are trying to figure out how you can watch De Laurentiis in action, we've got you covered.

Check out these streaming services to watch Giada De Laurentiis

Over the years, De Laurentiis has shared some incredible meals with us, so much so, you may have forgotten some of the classics. But good news: streaming services will be your best friend in this instance, and with so many different options available to watch and download shows, you can find many of your favorite episodes and seasons on most of the big services. First, there are nine seasons of Giada at Home, and each episode is 21 minutes in length, so plan your marathon watching accordingly. In our search, we found episodes available on Hulu, YouTube TV, Sling TV, FuboTV, Philo, Amazon Prime, Youtube, VuDu, and the Food Network all offering ways for you to watch the chef

If you choose to watch Giada at Home on the Food Network, it is free if you already subscribe to one of the many services who carry her show. Amazon Prime also offers all nine seasons, but there is a fee and you can purchase either by the episode or by the season. You can also find short, four-minute clips of her cooking on Youtube if you love her recipes, but don't want to pay to watch.