Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow this year and predicted that Spring would be here sooner than expected. However, our furry weather friend is wrong 61 percent of the time, so we aren't counting on being through the worst of this winter. Here is a list of food and hospitality documentaries to help you get through what we have left of winter.

1

A Fine Line

Through the experiences of world-renowned chefs Dominique Crenn, April Bloomfield, Barbara Lynch, Cat Cora, Daniel Humm, Lidia Bastianich, and many more, A Fine Line explores workplace harassment, equal pay, paid parental leave, career advancement, and why only 6% of head chefs and restaurant owners are women.
2

The Poison Squad

'The Poison Squad' tells the story of Dr. Harvey Wiley a government chemist who was determined to clean up the American food supply and keep untested chemicals and other dangerous substances off our dinner tables.
3

A Tale of Two Kitchens

A Tale of Two Kitchens explores how Gabriela Cámara uses her acclaimed restaurants Contramar and Cala as a place of both dignity and community. 
4

Cooked

In this documentary series, Michael Pollan bakes, brews, and braises, his way through a quest to see how cooking transforms food and has shaped our world.
 
5

Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent

This biopic of Jeremiah Tower explores his career and reveals how he transformed the restaurant industry, shaped a new American cuisine, influenced today's food culture, and changed the way we eat.
If you're looking for even more "Yes, I'm still watching," content check out our top Food Documentaries from last year.