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Cooking with Florence Pugh
Cooking with Florence Pugh
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If You Love Florence Pugh and Cooking, Watch This!

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at PSU chapter.

Florence Pugh has resurrected “Cooking with Flo” on her Instagram Stories, and it is the perfect series to watch if you want to learn how to make tasty meals with directions anyone can follow. If you aren’t already watching “Cooking with Flo,” here are 5 reasons why you should:


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1) It’s Florence Pugh Cooking!

What other reason do you need to watch “Cooking with Flo”? If you aren’t already a chef it will surely make you want to put on an apron and get to work! 


2) Low-Anxiety Cooking Class

Following a recipe can be incredibly stressful for some people, like me, which is why “Cooking with Flo” is the best place to learn a new recipe. As you continue watching, it is almost comforting when she makes a mistake because it shows that not everyone is perfect at cooking.


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3) The Food Looks Delicious

Her Instagram stories are a combination of both cooking and baking recipes. Some of her cooking recipes include a Sunday roast, butternut squash soup, marmalade, and ice cream.


4) A Great Cooking Atmosphere

Her humor and background music creates a carefree environment that lessens any pressure you might be feeling about correcting the recipe. Also, her joy of cooking is evident, which makes the entire experience more enjoyable. 


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5) It’s An Intimate Moment with Florence

Even if you don’t want to cook, it is so relaxing to simply watch someone else cooking comfort food. As a college student, it feels great to watch a homemade meal being made, since the majority of my meals are either frozen or from a restaurant


Check it out! I promise, you wont regret it.

Junior, Film major and Women's Studies minor
Arden Ericson will graduate Penn State in May of 2023. As one of the Campus Correspondents for Her Campus at PSU, she is a double-major in Public Relations and French Language. After graduation, she will pursue a career that combines her passion for educational equity, social justice and French.