"Cooking with Flo" began as an Instagram series at the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020.
On Thursday, Florence Pugh revealed that an official cooking show is "definitely in the works."
The actor made the comments on Josh Horowitz's "Happy Sad Confused" podcast.
Florence Pugh revealed that a "Cooking with Flo" show "is in the works" on Thursday's episode of Josh Horowitz's "Happy Sad Confused" podcast. The self-proclaimed foodie began her Instagram series "Cooking with Flo" in March 2020, at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In her conversation with Horowitz, Pugh explained that there were prior offers to make the series into a cooking show, but now "it's happening."
"When I started that in the pandemic, there was like real conversations throughout, but just due to shooting schedules and it not quite being the right style of show, we had to just put it on a back burner," Pugh said on the podcast. "But it's definitely in the works, it's happening. We're trying to make something happen."
@happysadconfused Get ready. Florence Pugh says a COOKING WITH FLO tv series is in the works! #florencepugh #cookingwithflo #happysadconfused ♬ original sound - joshuahorowitz
Over the past three years, Pugh has made many different dishes and shared her process on her Instagram story, Instagram reels, and "Cooking with Flo" YouTube channel. Pugh's recipes include a homemade marmalade, a ratatouille, pasta from scratch, and tzatziki dip.
Pugh's YouTube channel has over 36,000 subscribers at the time of publication. The actor's Instagram reel featuring a lobster ravioli dish has garnered over 1 million views.
During Pugh's conversation with Horowitz, the actor talked about growing up in a "big foodie family" that would often try new cuisines. With "Cooking with Flo," Pugh wants to encourage others to eat new things and try these recipes out themselves.
Pugh's father, Clinton Pugh, owns several restaurants in Oxfordshire, England, according to Vogue's January cover story. Pugh told Vogue she and her siblings grew up working at their father's restaurants, surrounded by different types of cuisine.
For Vogue's YouTube Channel, Pugh made a garlicky crostini in the style of "Cooking with Flo." The "Don't Worry Darling" actor also shared her laidback advice for cooking.
"I always like making a few mistakes because to me that's where the best food and cooking comes from," Pugh said in the video.
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