I just binge watched all four episodes of Salt. Fat. Acid. Heat.
The chef, Samin Nosrat, that created the Netflix series also has a cook book (see link below to purchase).
What I love about this documentary is the cultural component as well as her passion for fresh ingredients (including produce/plants of course).
Additionally, in the last episode she invites all of her friends over for a dinner party.
When they arrived, she intentionally invited them to help complete the dinner (adding garish, setting table, etc.) to involve her guests in the experience of cooking/preparing their meal a bit more before they dined.
I just LOVE that!
Buy the cook book on Amazon.