Florence Pugh's Instagram 'Cooking With Flo' Videos Are Truly Delightful

Florence Pugh's latest "Cooking with Flo" Instagram video has delighted fans who want to see the actress get her own cooking show. Fans say her breezy, up-beat videos provide a "rush of serotonin," comparing them to "free therapy."

Pugh has been making cooking videos from her L.A. home since before the pandemic, though they began receiving a stream of attention in the early months of lockdown as people turned to social media for entertainment and picked up cooking and baking hobbies.

Other than what Pugh described as a "beanie fart salad" she made on Sunday, recent videos see the actress making food ranging from tzatziki to a traditional English roast dinner while dancing along to music and sharing her cooking tips with her viewers, occasionally with a cocktail or glass of wine in hand.

The videos have been praised for their informality and sincerity, as Pugh will often cook without a recipe, or tweak recipes to fit her taste (she's a big fan of garlic) while including all her cooking mistakes.

Fans find the videos soothing, and they have been described by Eater as "visual Xanax" while Elle has declared the videos "blurry, untimed, messy-haired, overall-wearing, laughing, drinking, dancing, cooking medicine."

Pugh's fans flocked to Twitter on Sunday evening following the latest "Cooking with Flo" show that saw her make a bean salad while wearing a bright yellow apron designed by Arianne Phillips, the costume designer behind Pugh's upcoming movie Don't Worry Darling co-starring Harry Styles, to share how happy the videos make them.

In the video, Pugh made a salad using chickpeas, butter beans, white onion, and garlic. She added olive oil, chili oil, Cholula hot sauce, salt, pepper, and white wine vinegar.

While explaining that she's adding garlic to the salad, she tells her viewers: "It's going to be delicious. Don't kiss anyone. Or do! It'll be very... people will know that you're coming."

The video ends with Pugh eating her salad while dancing.

Nora Dominick said: "I don't think we understand the absolute rush of serotonin that comes from watching Florence Pugh cooking on her Instagram"

I don’t think we understand the absolute rush of serotonin that comes from watching Florence Pugh cooking on her Instagram pic.twitter.com/1eZ2mH0XeN

— Nora Dominick (@noradominick) March 22, 2021

Fan account Florence Pugh Daily said: "florence pugh is the cutest" and "I am once again asking for florence pugh to get her own cooking show"

florence pugh is the cutest pic.twitter.com/4snFjsWjqJ

— Florence Pugh Daily (@bestofpugh) March 22, 2021

I am once again asking for florence pugh to get her own cooking show pic.twitter.com/jXckJGgf7N

— Florence Pugh Daily (@bestofpugh) March 22, 2021

Maya said: "normalize repeatedly falling in love with florence pugh each time she cooks on her insta story"

Kendall said: "all i want in life is to cook a meal with florence pugh"

all i want in life is to cook a meal with florence pugh pic.twitter.com/kKqmElg0tA

— kendall !¡ (@SCRLETWANDAS) March 22, 2021

Nat said: "Florence Pugh's 'Cooking with Flo' videos are free therapy"

Florence Pugh’s “Cooking with Flo” videos are free therapy pic.twitter.com/P6iTr07gVb

— nat (@nfornostalgia) March 22, 2021
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Florence Pugh attends the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 09, 2020 in Hollywood, California. Jeff Kravitz/Getty